It will soon begin exchange programmes with Indian hospitals to share knowledge and bring about improvements in the field of surgery
New Delhi: Britain’s Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) would soon begin exchange programmes with hospitals across India to share knowledge and bring about improvements in the field of surgery.
“We want to encourage internationalisation of surgery and are at present in talks with public and private hospitals,” RCS President Norman Williams said.
As a result, RCS has “opened up” its examination and the Membership of Royal College of Surgeon (MRCS) course would be made easier with the RCS thinking of waiving a part of the exam for doctors holding a Master of Science (MS) or Diplomate of National Board (DNB) degree.
The MRCS is an entry level course to determine whether a doctor is good enough to complete the core training.