The Bulletin of the Royal College of Surgeons is published monthly, with the exceptions of February, April, June, August, October and December.
In this month’s issue our political experts analyse the likely future for the NHS in the aftermath of the general election. Professor Colin Leys looks at the Ian Paterson case and considers what the inevitable inquiry could mean for private hospitals. And Alison Moulds looks at the role of women in Victorian medicine.
Editor-in-Chief: Neil Mortensen
Editor: David Sanders
Associate Editor: Matthew Whitaker
Political Editor: Patrick Leahy
Technology Editor: Greg McConaghie
Trainees' Forum Editor: Ken Keogh
Production Manager: Kim Lewry
Contributing Editor: Jyoti Shah
Production Editor: Vivienne Button
Online ISSN: 1478-7075
Frequency: Published every other month.
Readership: Consultant surgeons and trainees in all surgical specialties.
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