If you are applying to Basic Specialist Training programmes you may experience problems submitting an application. We advise you to try again to submit your application. We have extended the closing date to 4pm Monday 18 November 2019.
Update to members from Professor Mary Horgan, President, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland We are committed to supporting the life-saving screening services, including the CervicalCheck programme. Recent events have highlighted the limitations of screening and we acknowledge the pain and suffering experienced by those affected. We know that the […]
3% of Irish adults over 60 affected by Atrial Fibrillation The National Clinical Programme for Stroke is delighted to launch a new initiative: Stroke Prevention and Atrial Fibrillation in Ireland (SPAFI) to address the prevention, treatment and cure of Atrial Fibrillation in Ireland Atrial Fibrillation (AF) is the most common […]
“We either change everything or we get changed,” was the message from John Gibbons, the final speaker at our Green Health Symposium on 6 November. The journalist and climate activist urged healthcare professionals in attendance to have courage and take immediate action to tackle the climate crisis. Big questions This […]
Doctors want to lead out on sustainable healthcare A new survey by the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland shows that doctors want to lead out on sustainable healthcare. The survey, conducted with RCPI Members and Fellows ahead of the College’s Green Health Symposium on 6 November, looked at the […]
“If you screw up the environment it’s bound to have a negative consequence for our health. As the health of the planet deteriorates so human health deteriorates because we are intimately connected to the environment… and yes, I think it’s urgent,” says Prof Michael Depledge, the Co-founder and Chair of […]