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Objectives Section and Board of Surgery

What does the UEMS do for surgeons?

The UEMS Surgery Section recommends standards of surgical training and practices. It assesses surgeons’ training through courses and examinations. Successful surgeons become Fellows of the European Board of Surgery.

Minimal Invasive Surgery Examination
Minimal Invasive Surgery Examination
EBSQ Transplantation    News
EBSQ Transplantation
News
EBSQ Schedule and Application
EBSQ Schedule and
Application
Objectives Section and Board of Surgery
Objectives Section and
Board of Surgery
EBSQ Examinations
EBSQ Examinations

MCQ Part of the 2019 EBSQ General Surgery Examination at RSCI (Dublin, Ireland, September 19th, 2019).

General Surgery
General Surgery

Examination Committee and FEBS – RSCI (Dublin, Ireland) September 20th, 2019.

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“Fellow of the European Board of Surgery – F.E.B.S.”

The Fellowship of the UEMS is a significant high-level indication of professional competence and excellence. It basically reflects the ongoing important European standardisation, harmonisation and quality assurance process in medicine.