We are visiting St Luke’s General Hospital Kilkenny on Thursday 30 March 2017 to meet with doctors on our Basic Specialist Training and Higher Specialist Training programmes.
There are two separate meetings for BST and HST:
All RCPI Trainees in the South East are encouraged to attend.
At these meetings you will hear about important changes taking place in medical training and you will be able to engage in meaningful dialogue with your College.
We want to hear from you on the day - what challenges you are facing, your experiences on our training programme and how we can support you during this stage of your career.
All Trainees on RCPI training programmes in the South East are also invited to attend a College dinner with our President, Professor Frank Murray, at 19:00 on Thursday 30 March 2017 in Newpark Hotel, Kilkenny.
Please let us know if you're coming to a Trainee meeting or the College dinner, or both, by registering at the link below.
We will host a College meeting for Members and Fellows in the Newpark Hotel in Kilkenny on Thursday 30 March, followed by a dinner.
These visits are of great importance to the College, allowing us to communicate directly with our national network of Members and Fellows.
The schedule for the evening is as follows:
All Members and Fellows are welcome to attend. There is no cost, however you need to register your place at the meeting and dinner.
Register via the link below. For queries, please contact Audrey Healy in our Alumni Office.
We look forward to meeting you then.
Audrey’s role is to support RCPI’s engagement with its alumni worldwide by developing, promoting and fostering high-quality, life-long relationships between the College and its 10,000+ trainees, members, licentiates and fellows. The role encompasses marketing and communications, subscriptions and events. In addition Audrey is responsible for merchandise, RCPI Fellowship credentials and ceremonies. With the College Registrar, Audrey is responsible for delivering the St. Luke's Symposium, our annual festival of medicine, each October.