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Statement from IOG to the Oireachtas Health Committee on the National Maternity Strategy 2016-2026

Opening Statement from Dr Peter Boylan, Chair, Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (the Institute) The Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists welcomes the opportunity to engage with the Committee in respect of the Implementation Plan for the National Maternity Strategy. The plan has 77 recommendations and 236 specific actions. While all […]

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12 projects shortlisted for inaugural Robert Collins Award

We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the inaugural Robert Collins Award The Robert Collins award, established by RCPI and the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) in 2018, will be given to the individual or team of individuals whose Quality Improvement project has demonstrated an outstanding […]

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Statement from the RCPI Faculty of Pathology and the National Quality Improvement Programme regarding cancer mis-diagnosis

The RCPI Faculty of Pathology and the Histopathology National Quality Improvement Programme would like to assure the public that they should have confidence in the processes for diagnosing illnesses such as cancer. This statement is issued in response to the case of a misdiagnosis of breast cancer at St James […]

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The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland welcomes new report on trauma system for Irish healthcare system

The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland welcomes the Department of Health, A Trauma System for Ireland report from the Department of Health as an important blueprint to deliver patient-centred trauma care. This report is a step in the right direction. If fully implemented and resourced, it has the capacity […]

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Royal College of Physicians of Ireland to review protocols for trainees in light of Dr Bawa Garba case

RCPI expresses full support for trainee doctors The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland is to review protocols for doctors on its medical training programmes in light of the issues arising from the outcome of the recent case in the UK against Dr Bawa Garba. President Prof Mary Horgan and […]

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