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A Commendation at the Irish Healthcare Awards 2019

Congratulations are in order for the team who helped create and deliver our An Approach to Caring and Coping project, a collaboration with The Abbey Theatre. They received a commendation at the Irish Healthcare Awards 2019 in the category of Hospital Project of the Year, sponsored by Vhi Healthcare. This […]

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National Office for Traffic Medicine shortlisted in the category “Patient Education Project of the Year – Non-Pharmaceutical”

Patient Education Project of the Year The National Office for Traffic Medicine were shortlisted in the category “Patient Education Project of the Year – Non-Pharmaceutical” for their Patient/Driver Information Leaflet Portfolio.  The National Office for Traffic Medicine (RCPI/RSA) delivers a multi-faceted programme around medical fitness to drive.  A unique element […]

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Model of Care report published by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine

The Faculty of Occupational Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI) has just released a Model of Care for the delivery of Occupational Medicine services in Ireland. Early in 2019 an Expert Advisory Group (EAG) was convened by the Faculty to work on producing a Model of […]

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Faculties call on Government to urgently address serious harm to the health of homeless children

Urgent action needed to address the serious harm to the health of children experiencing homelessness and inadequate housing Children experiencing poor housing have a 25 per cent increased risk of severe physical and mental ill-health and disability during childhood and early adulthood. On World Children’s Day, 20 November 2019, the […]

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An update on our support for cancer screening programmes in Ireland

Update to members from Professor Mary Horgan, President, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland We are committed to supporting the life-saving screening services, including the CervicalCheck programme. Recent events have highlighted the limitations of screening and we acknowledge the pain and suffering experienced by those affected. We know that the […]

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