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Two Fellowships in Rheumatology now open for applications

Apply now for AbbVie Bresnihan Molloy International Education Fellowship and Pfizer Travelling Scholarship Apply by by 5pm Friday 3 March 2017 Applications have opened for two Rheumatology fellowships: AbbVie Bresnihan Molloy International Education Fellowship, valued at €50,000 Pfizer Travelling Scholarship, valued at €50,000 These fellowships are open to SpRs in Rheumatology. To […]

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New courses available to book now

Reach your full potential with RCPI We have recently launched a number of new courses, which are currently open for booking. We offer a diverse range of educational opportunities and we are continuing to develop new and innovative lifelong learning and professional development opportunities for healthcare professionals. To book any of […]

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The National Immunisation Advisory Committee (NIAC) calls on parents to vaccinate their daughters against HPV

NIAC’s call to parents follows a 15% fall in the uptake of the HPV vaccine for girls in 2015/2016 which they say is of grave concern, and is a significant threat to public health. In 2016, only 50% of adolescent girls started the recommended vaccine series. These rates are far […]

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Changes to the MRCPI Obstetrics & Gynaecology coming into effect March 2017

MRCPI Obstetrics and Gynaecology Part II Written examination now consists of 100 Single Best Answer questions Effective March 2017, the MRCPI Obstetrics and Gynaecology Part II Written examination will no longer contain a short essay paper. The newly formatted examination will consist of 100 Single Best Answer (SBA) questions only […]

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Irish Histopathology National Quality Improvement programme helps to inform New Canadian guidelines

The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, in collaboration with the Canadian Association of Pathologists has recently released recommendations to improve the quality of interpretive pathology practice in Canada. The Pan-Canadian Quality Assurance Recommendations aim to enhance patient safety by promoting better and more consistent pathology quality assurance processes across the country.  The […]

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