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Prof James Garden
Professor Emeritus, Clinical Surgery, Dean International. Surgical education/training and global surgery. Promoting Edinburgh culture and heritage.
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Copernicus EU Nov 19
This cloudless 🛰️🇪🇺 capture shows , the capital of .🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 👀Can you spot one of its many historic sights such as the Old & New Town, a protected , the Edinburgh Castle, or the University of Edinburgh?
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Brian Ferguson 3h
This has been one of the 10 most-read articles on any subject on & websites so far this week & well ahead of anything to do with the General Election.
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New Town & Broughton CC 4h
Request for community views - better late than never.....
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BBC Politics 6h
"Sounds good, but there’s a problem, it’s not true is it?" asks Conservative Brandon Lewis about the national insurance change details announced by Boris Johnson Election updates:
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Edinburgh World Heritage Nov 19
1. distillery tour and tasting. 2. Film and dinner at The Scotsman picturehouse. 3. tour and afternoon tea for 30. Just 3 of our fantastic silent auction items open for bidding until midday Sat 23 November. Place your bets:
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Prof Steve Wigmore Nov 19
To all my cholecystectomist friends and colleagues, cholecystectomy remains one of the most common and important operations we do and if you have a good study in this area please consider sending it to
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Prof Michael Griffin Nov 18
Great honour to receive Ronald Raven Lifetime achievement award for services to cancer care ⁦⁩ today at Law Society. Great honour ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ but thanks to all the wonderful staff on Ward 36 ⁦⁩ who are the real heroes
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Edinburgh World Heritage Nov 18
NOW LIVE: Edinburgh World Heritage auction to raise funds for the protection of our World Heritage site. To celebrate 20 years as a charity and the completion of our 1,500th project in the city, place your bid on our exciting collection of items.
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Edinburgh World Heritage Nov 18
Exhibition: Scotland's photograph album. Bought in 2018 by and@NatGalleriesSco, the MacKinnon Collection (1840s-1940s) contains a number of historic images of the World Heritage site. Until Sun 16 Feb 2020 (via ):
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Clinical Surgery Nov 18
The School of Surgery Day will take place this Friday 22nd November 2019. The day will start at 1230pm (lunch) and the presentaitons will start from 130pm. Programme is available here:
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Edinburgh Surgery Online Nov 17
Delighted to be supporting in Glasgow today for at . Looking forward to a great day!
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ASiT Nov 17
Huge thanks to for their support of the event in Glasgow.
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@Sunny Nov 15
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Andrew Heald Nov 16
Good article in questioning the Economic impact of Edinburgh’s many festivals - equally concerning is that do NOT properly monitor the social or environmental impact. It’s 2019 ...
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Kjetil Søreide Nov 16
...and it is ‘Kjetil’, pls! 😉
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Rachel Guest Nov 16
Can’t wait to hear the Andersen lab if they are in Edinburgh for CC meeting next year. Hope you’ll be there Professor Soreide!
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Jeremy Crane Nov 15
Transplant surgical brothers and sisters......will just leave this here in its unadulterated form.... Have a good weekend all!
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Prof James Garden Nov 16
Very appropriate that you are photographed under “Lang Sandy” Wood! A past Deacon and enthusiastic networker - supporter of many dining clubs and societies - Aesculapian Club (1773) and Harveian Society (1778)
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