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Cwm Taf University Health Board
Cwm Taf University Health Board (UHB). This was formed following the merger of the North Glamorgan and Pontypridd & Rhondda NHS Trusts. Cwm Taf UHB provides healthcare services mainly for the populations of Merthyr Tydfil and Rhondda Cynon Taf in the South Wales valleys

University of South Wales
The University of South Wales (Welsh: Prifysgol De Cymru) is a university in Wales. It was formed in April 2013 from the merger of the University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales, Newport.

Doctors Academy
Doctors Academy is one of the world’s largest providers of independent and innovative medical education and training that complements the programmes offered by medical universities, institutions and hospitals. The aim of the Academy is to promote medical education, disseminate information, and exchange knowledge, technical and technological expertise between the professionals working in varied health care settings in resource-rich and resource-poor nations

Nuffield Health – Cardiff & Vale Hospitals
Nuffield Health Cardiff and Vale Hospitals deliver first class care and treatment in the areas of Cardiff, the Vale of Glamorgan and across South Wales. Two hospitals; The Vale Hospital and Cardiff Bay Hospital are multi-specialty hospitals which combine the best consultants and the latest medical technology, with the excellent reputation of Nuffield Health. Vale Hospital is included in the top 30 technologically advanced hospitals in the world-design and technology in the operating theatres.

Digimed

DigiMed has developed a unique clinical protocol for filming in the most complex of situations. The feedback from surgeons, consultants, patients and company employees has been of the highest order. This is supported by the repeat projects for which DigiMed are commissioned. DigiMed engages in live surgeon commentary and the development of interactive media tools which requires the collaboration of many surgical personnel. This is where DigiMed excel in providing smooth liaison between all parties whatever their role

Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is an organisation dedicated to the pursuit of excellence and advancement in surgical practice, through its interest in education, training and examinations, its liaison with external medical bodies and representation of the modern surgical workforce. The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is one of the oldest surgical corporations in the world and traces its origins to 1505 when the Barber Surgeons of Edinburgh were formally incorporated as a Craft Guild of Edinburgh. Today the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is an international network with a membership of almost 20,000, in almost 100 countries.

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

Founded by Peter Lowe after receiving a royal charter by James VI in 1599, as the Glasgow Faculty, it originally existed as a regulatory authority to ensure that physicians, surgeons and dentists In the West of Scotland were appropriately trained and regulated. In 1909, it achieved Royal recognition and became the Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (RFPSG). In 1962, following agreement with the other medical and surgical Royal Colleges in the UK it achieved collegiate status as the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (RCPSG), by which name it is known today. The College is now concerned with postgraduate medical education offering examinations that lead to Membership and Fellowship to appropriately qualified physicians, surgeons, dentists and podiatrists.

The Dukes’ Club

The colorectal surgical registrars (trainees) have their own group known as the Dukes’ Club. They have an active membership with regular meetings several times per year.

The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain & Ireland

The Association has been in existence for 24 years and has grown to include over 1000 members made up of surgeons, specialist nurses, allied medical specialists involved in the treatment of patients with colorectal diseases and members in training.

The Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland

The Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons was formed in April 1994 in Harrogate by the amalgamation of the Society of Minimally Invasive General Surgeons (SMIGS) and British Surgical Stapling Group (BSSG). Since that time the ALSGBI has established itself as the main voice for laparoscopic surgeons in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

The Association of Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland

The Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland is the SAC defined specialty association for General Surgery. ASGBI’s umbrella status for the general surgical specialty associations and societies is reflected in the structure of its Council and Committees. ASGBI is, therefore, the only organisation covering General Surgery and all the specialties throughout the UK and Ireland. We are best placed to reconcile the needs of the developing specialities with the requirement to provide an emergency surgical service

American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons

The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) is the premier society for colon and rectal surgeons and other surgeons dedicated to advancing and promoting the science and practice of the treatment of patients with diseases and disorders affecting the colon, rectum and anus. More than 1,000 of the Society’s 3,300members are certified by the American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery