Against: This house believes that the appointment of consultants in emergency general surgery is the appointment of junior consultants by the back door Free

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Mr Stuart Gould argues against the motion that the appointment of consultants in Emergency General Surgery (EGS) is the appointment of junior consultants by the back door. Mr Gould focuses the difficulties of EGS, showing specific examples, and makes the case that extended experience is required.

This debate was filmed at the 'Emergency surgery and the future of general surgery' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 2nd December 2016

Length: 00:15:44

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Mr Ben Challacombe, Consultant Urological Surgeon at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.

 

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Dr Frederic Moll, President and CEO Hansen Medical Inc, California.

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Peter Roberts CBE,  Emeritus Professor of Military Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of England

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Mr Richard Moyes, Policy and Research Officer for Action on Armed Violence.

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Andrew Robathan MP, Minister for Defence Personnel, Welfare and Veterans.

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Lord McColl CBE, Chairman of Mercy Ships UK and Surgeon.

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Keith Porter, Professor of clinical traumatology, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.

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Mr Simon Paterson-Brown, Consulant and Surgeon, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.

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