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1.  2013 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Congress Education Book 
EJC Supplements  2013;11(2):vi.
doi:10.1016/j.ejcsup.2013.07.064
PMCID: PMC4041306
2.  Maintaining surgical professionalism 
doi:10.1308/10.1308/147363511X593705
PMCID: PMC3369322  PMID: 21929908
4.  Recent Advances in Surgery 30 
doi:10.1308/003588410X12518836440441c
PMCID: PMC3024632
6.  Editorial 
doi:10.1308/003588409X391703
PMCID: PMC2752230
7.  Editorial 
doi:10.1308/003588408X301271
PMCID: PMC2645732
8.  MRSA – A Major Surgical Problem 
doi:10.1308/003588407X209464
PMCID: PMC2121266
9.  Comment: ‘The Problem Surgical Colleague’ 
The review of ‘The problem surgical colleague’ by Mr John Mosley is both timely and relevant. All surgeons are naturally concerned about the mechanisms in place, both locally and through the General Medical Council (GMC) to deal with fitness-to-practise issues. It is inevitable that criticisms, often unfounded, are voiced by the profession. Most surgeons welcome a fair and transparent system to deal with such matters whilst maintaining the principle of self-regulation. We must accept that there are a small number of surgeons whose practice is impaired to such a degree that they represent a serious patient-safety risk and they must be dealt with appropriately.
As a GMC medical case examiner since 2003, and having dealt with over 600 fitness-to-practise cases, I wish to comment on some of the important issues raised by Mr Mosley, specifically in relation to the surgeon and his or her practice. In doing so, I will set out the investigative process to be followed when fitness-to-practise concerns are brought to the attention of the GMC.
doi:10.1308/003588407X202191
PMCID: PMC2048590
10.  Important Observations 
doi:10.1308/003588407X179206
PMCID: PMC1964552
11.  Important Observations 
doi:10.1308/003588407X155563
PMCID: PMC1963541
12.  A 60th Anniversary 
doi:10.1308/003588407X155743
PMCID: PMC1963539  PMID: 17535604
13.  More Issues Per Year 
doi:10.1308/003588406X106441c
PMCID: PMC1963665
14.  Coress – A Confidential Reporting System for Surgery 
doi:10.1308/003588406X106441a
PMCID: PMC1963668  PMID: 16719990
15.  The Surgeon and Cancer Management 
doi:10.1308/003588406X95147
PMCID: PMC1964050  PMID: 16551389
16.  What Makes the Annals Fit for Purpose? – Revisited 
doi:10.1308/003588406X83113
PMCID: PMC1963641  PMID: 16884606
17.  The Annals - fit for purpose? 
doi:10.1308/147870805X42590
PMCID: PMC1963917  PMID: 16790135
20.  Research in the training of general surgeons: results of a survey 
By means of a postal questionnaire to all members of the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland, attitudes to the importance, timing, and assessment of research activity in surgical training were obtained. There was a 71% response rate. Most believe that a period of research is desirable, highly desirable or essential, irrespective of whether a University/Teaching or DGH consultant. The implications of incorporation of research into training programmes are discussed.
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PMCID: PMC2502724  PMID: 8779501
Education; Research; Surgical training

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