We are accredited by the Medical Council of Ireland and are proud to meet the strict standards required to deliver postgraduate specialist training in five Pathology specialties.
Established in 1976, we are one of six postgraduate specialist training bodies based in the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. We have over 300 Fellows, who are experienced Consultant Pathologists and leading experts in their field.
Pathology is the study of the nature and causes of diseases. It underpins every aspect of medicine, from diagnostic testing and monitoring of chronic diseases to cutting-edge genetic research and blood transfusion technologies. Pathology is integral to the diagnosis of every cancer.
Pathologists are specialist medical practitioners who study the cause of disease and the ways in which diseases affect our bodies by examining changes in the tissues and in blood and other body fluids. Some of these changes show the potential to develop a disease, while others show its presence, cause or severity, monitor its progress and the effects of treatment.
In Ireland, pathology has five major areas of activity:
The Royal Academy of Medicine (RAMI) Section of Pathology Registrar's Prize Meeting - research (clinical/pathology/basic sciences.)
As per previous years, participation can be by either a Consultant/Registrar team or Consultant alone.
Date: Thurs 27th April 2017 in the Robert Towers Room, 1st Floor, Setanta House, Setanta Place, Dublin 2
Time: 6.00pm for a 6:30pm start
Closing date for submissions Thursday 6th April 2017 by 5pm: SUBMIT
All those selected to present must have RAMI membership: JOIN RAMI
Non-RAMI members: €10 fee for CPD credits. (CPD credits free to RAMI members.)
Published by the National Clinical Programme for Pathology, 2016