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Would you like to be a Quality Improvement Scholar in Residence?

Do you have an interest in Quality Improvement? Apply by 28 July 2017 SpRs and senior GP trainees can now apply for a one-year Quality Improvement Scholarship in Residence Programme. Developed by RCPI and the International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua), the scholarship will help you develop as a […]

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We want your feedback – Complete the 2017 Training Post Evaluation

What did you think of the RCPI training posts you completed this year? Please complete the Training Post Evaluation before 30 June 2017 We need to know if you have any concerns about the training posts you completed this year. We are asking all doctors in Basic Specialist Training and […]

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RCPI welcomes four new Honorary Fellows

Rugby legend Brian O’Driscoll, politician Seamus Mallon and theatre director Garry Hynes made Honorary Fellows of RCPI Irish rugby international Brian O’Driscoll and former Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Seamus Mallon are being made Honorary Fellows at our Fellowship admission ceremony on Friday 16 June 2017. Honorary Fellowship is the highest honour […]

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NO REPRO FEE 16/6/2017 Irish rugby international Brian O’Driscoll, former Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Seamus Mallon, Tony Award winning theatre director Garry Hynes and Prof. David Galloway, President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow received a Honorary Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI) today in Dublin. Pictured at the ceremony are, from right, Seamus Mallon, Brian O’Driscoll and Prof. Frank Murray, RCPI President. Honorary Fellowship is the highest honour bestowed by Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. The award is reserved for  world leaders in medical science and those who have made an exceptional contribution to society. It is awarded to recipients for their service to Irish Society and excellence in their fields. The new Honorary Fellows will join 29 medical doctors, who will receive Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland for excellence in their chosen field of medicine. PHOTO: Mark Stedman

Join the RCPI Trainees’ Committee

We believe that the trainee’s voice is imperative to maintaining and improving the quality of training that supports the delivery of healthcare in Ireland. Dr James Mahon Chair of the RCPI Trainee Committee Are you interested in getting involved and shaping your future training and education? If so, we invite […]

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Apply now for RCPI Trainee Awards! Prizes for best case study, audit and research – Closing date 28 July

Recognising excellence and celebrating your outstanding achievements Apply by Friday 28 July 2017 The RCPI Trainees’ Committee is responsible for three awards in RCPI: the Corrigan Medal, the David Mitchell Award and the William Stokes Research Award. These awards were established to recognise excellence and support the achievements of doctors in training. […]

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Trainee Awards winners 2016