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Tuesday, 22nd July 2008-Senate of Surgery of Great Britain and Ireland meet at RCSI

22 July 2008

The Summer Meeting of the Senate of Surgery of Great Britain and Ireland took place at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) in Dublin over the past two days (Monday the 21st and Tuesday the 22nd of July 2008). The RCSI was delighted to host the two-day meeting of the Senate which brings together the Surgical Royal Colleges of Great Britain and Ireland, the Surgical Specialty Associations, the Faculties of Dental Surgery and Accident and Emergency.


Pictured from l to r are Mr James Steers, FSSA; Dr Brian Williams, President of RCPSG; Professor Frank Keane, President of RCSI; Mr John Black, President of RCSEng and Mr John Orr, President of RCSEd.

Senate meets four times per year rotating around the four Surgical Royal Colleges as follows:
January - Royal College of Surgeons of England
April - Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
July - Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
October - Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow


Pictured from l to r are Mrs Eleanor Winton, JCIE; Prof Arthur Tanner, RCSI Director of Surgical Affairs and Dr Eilis McGovern, RCSI Vice-President.


Pictured from l to r are Dr Jim Miller, RCPSG; Mr Jim Foster, RCSEd and Mr David Munn, RCSEng.


Pictured from l to r are Dr David Whittaker and Mr David Ward, ICBSE.


Pictured from l to r are Mr John Logie, RCSEd and Mr Chris Munsch, JCST.