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Give your feedback on 2019/2020 HST posts – Training Post Evaluation now open

What did you think of your 2019/2020 Higher Specialist Training post? You have the power to make a difference: Please complete the Training Post Evaluation today We need to know if you have any concerns about the HST post you were in this year. We are asking all doctors in […]

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Give your feedback on 2019/2020 BST posts – Training Post Evaluation now open

What did you think of your 2019/2020 Basic Specialist Training posts? You have the power to make a difference: Please complete the Training Post Evaluation today We need to know if you have any concerns about the BST post you were in this year. We are asking all doctors in […]

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A voice for children at Cabinet

Ireland’s Department of Children and Youth Affairs should be supported and enabled to mature and achieve its full potential  By Dr Ellen Crushell, Dean of the Faculty of Paediatrics For too long children in Ireland had no voice. In 2011 the establishment of the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA) with […]

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New research published on public perception of crash risk for drivers with medical conditions

Researchers at the National Office for Traffic Medicine (Royal College of Physicians of Ireland/Road Safety Authority), assisted by medical students from Trinity College Dublin, publish new research on the public perception of crash risk for drivers with medical conditions. The public’s perception of these conditions, known to affect ability to […]

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