Events now available to book are:
Places at some events are limited so early booking is recommended!
Dr Ida Milne will discuss her latest book on the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918-1919.
This global event had a shattering effect on Ireland with an estimated 800,000 cases leading to over 20,000 deaths.
Dr Milne’s book explores the Irish part of the disease’s global history, which has long been overlooked. It covers the experiences of the families and communities it afflicted, and in telling the story makes an important contribution to Ireland’s social and medical history.
Booking is essential.
This year’s Heritage Centre’s lectures during our St Luke’s Symposium will mark the golden jubilee of the Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
Talks on the day will explore various aspects of the specialty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology from James Wolveridge, who published the first work on midwifery in Ireland, to the introduction of Midwifery regulation 100 years ago, to Irish attitudes to contraception and family planning in the 20th century.
Accredited for 6 CPD points.
This will be a guided tour of the National Gallery of Ireland’s upcoming exhibition of some of the finest eighteenth-century Venetian works from the UK’s Royal Collection.
As well as offering superb examples of eighteenth century Venetian art, the exhibition gives a fascinating insight into the social circles and artistic networks of the period.
Tour will take place in December/January, date to be confirmed.
Places will be limited, please contact us to add you name to the list.
Discover the unique archives of Guinness, with a private tour from Guinness’ archivist.
Find out about the company’s role in the development of occupational health medicine in Ireland.
Numbers strictly limited, booking essential.
Harriet is Keeper of Collection and manages the RCPI Heritage Centre. Contact Harriet with any questions about the Heritage Centre, its collection and to make an appointment to visit.