Documents

BCS/BCIS/SCTS MDT Guidelines

Structure and functioning of a Multidisciplinary “Heart Team” in patients with coronary artery disease Rationale and Recommendations from a Joint BCS/BCIS/SCTS Working Group

Workforce Report 2015

 The purpose of this document is to provide insight into workforce planning in the specialty for the future, particularly in respect to the four principal sub-specialties of adult cardiac surgery, thoracic surgery, congenital cardiac surgery and transplantation. It has been prepared from the joint perspective of the Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery in Great Britain and […]

Monitoring cardiac outcomes

SCTS best practice guidance Monitoring individual and team outcomes and supporting early action in response to divergence in performance in adult cardiac surgery

Under Provision of Thoracic Provision in the UK

The task of the Working in Group is to Report on the provision of thoracic surgery in the UK and to make recommendations for the future. It is primarily concerned with the role of thoracic and cardiothoracic surgeons in the care of cancer.

Checklist for Revalidation 2012

The College has also developed a two-page checklist as a tool that aims to facilitate surgeons’ revalidation by providing a succinct summary of all requirements for surgical revalidation.

Guidance for Revalidation 2012

In collaboration with the surgical specialty associations, the surgical Royal Colleges have published guidance on the supporting information that surgeons will need to provide for appraisal and revalidation. The guidance is mapped on the supporting information requirements set by the GMC in April 2011. It is based on a core template developed by the Academy […]

Adult Congenital Heart Services update 2012

The NHS has today launched the next phase of a review into adult congenital heart services (ACHD), initiating a period of engagement to gather the views of patients and their families, NHS staff, clinicians and other groups to help shape services in the future. Please go to link below and look at attached document.  We […]