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Fellows Friday: Prof Mary Higgins and Dr Mary Hearn

Today we’re launching a new social media initiative to celebrate some of the inspirational Fellows that are part of RCPI. Each week our Heritage Centre will be delving into the archives and spotlighting one of our Fellows from the past who helped to blaze a trail.  And we’ll also be […]

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Interview: Dr Victor Montori

“If we want to care for this person we need to know who the person is, what care means to them,” says Dr Victor Montori. A Consultant Endocrinologist and researcher at the Mayo Clinic, Dr Montori is the keynote speaker at our upcoming Person Centred Care Conference which takes place […]

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“I went to Australia to figure out why so many Irish doctors are moving away.”

I travelled to Australia last year to understand why so many Irish hospital doctors move there Our researcher, Dr Niamh Humphries, travelled to Australia last year to understand why so many Irish hospital doctors move there as part of our Hospital Doctor Retention and Motivation research project. In her opinion […]

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Call for Abstracts for National Office for 2020 Traffic Medicine Research Seminar

Call for Abstracts The National Office for Traffic Medicine is seeking submission of abstracts for consideration as oral or poster presentations at its 2020 Research Seminar. The seminar will take place on Wednesday 1 April 2020 at RCPI, No.6 Kildare St, Dublin 2. Both scientific papers and discussion papers are […]

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Traffic Medicine.

Meet the Physician Health and Wellbeing Group led by Trainees

Encouraging higher standards of health and wellbeing supports for RCPI Trainees By Dr Gordon Haire, HST Occupational Medicine, December 2019 The Physician Health and Wellbeing group at RCPI is an active trainee-led initiative that aims to promote and encourage higher standards of health and wellbeing supports for all trainees on […]

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