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Jul 6 · 2019
Thursday 26th September 2019 | 09:30 - 18:00 | London
This one-day conference is aimed at overseas doctors and IMGs who are currently residing in the UK and are either working in surgery or seeking to embark on a surgical career.
The conference will provide attendees with an opportunity to:
Engage with the RCS and discuss how IMGs can be supported;
Listen to a range of presentations, including the General Medical Council's
'Welcome to UK Practice'; and Contribute to the development of an RCS-led programme for IMGs in surgery.
Registration/ booking information:
This event is
free of to attend. A £25 refundable deposit is required to secure your place – this will be returned to you following your attendance.
Book online at
Supporting IMGs in Surgery.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS England) is the professional membership organisation and standard-setting body for the education, training, assessment and professional development of surgeons in the United Kingdom and around the world. We exist to advance surgical and patient care.
We are a registered charity and our work supports 30,000 members in the UK and internationally by improving their skills and knowledge, facilitating research and developing policy, standards and guidance.
Read more about our mission
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