6 July 2022 - Hot Topics for Acute Physicians is a monthly webinar series discussing topics relevant to the acute physician in specialties across the spectrum of medicine.
The Postgraduate Certificate in Quality Improvement Leadership in Healthcare is designed to enable you and your team to become champions of change in healthcare. You will learn how to translate theories for improvement and implementation science into tangible positive outcomes in the health service.
View our 2022 calendar of Council, Executive Board, Faculty and Committee meetings.
Where to go for help and advice
Through our Physician Wellbeing programme we are providing support, training and information to doctors at all stages of their careers
Immunisation advice for Ireland
The National Immunisation Advisory Committee (NIAC) comprises a wide range of medical and healthcare expertise that provides evidence-based advice to the Chief Medical Officer to inform policies on vaccines and immunisation in Ireland.
Training Post Evaluation
As the 2021/2022 medical training year draws to a close, we are asking all doctors in Basic and Higher Specialist Training to complete the annual Training Post Evaluation survey.
Michael J Dowling was conferred with Honorary Fellowship at a special ceremony during the Institute of Medicine Annual Summer Symposium on Friday 17 June 2022.
How to join our international Fellowship community
Practical clinical guidance
Here we will share a selection of COVID-19 resources aimed at a medical audience, including an ethical framework for decision-making in a pandemic.
Video: The Institute of Medicine presents Dr Catherine Fleming, Consultant in Infectious Disease, Galway University Hospital, who provides an update on COVID-19 from a pandemic mitigation perspective.
Check exam dates here
Here you will find the new 2020 - 2021 examinations calendar and Frequently Asked Questions about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our exams.
Advice from doctors and psychologists
A new health and wellbeing resource for doctors affected by Covid-19, including tips from psychologists