The RCPI Trainees' Committee is the ‘voice’ of Trainees in RCPI. We represent Trainees on College Council, the Advisory Committee and the Examinations Committee. We are also actively involved in the Steering Group for Retaining Medical Talent in Ireland, the EU Working Time Directive and numerous other working groups.
The RCPI Trainees' Committee has always had an active interest in postgraduate specialist training and acts as an important interface between Trainees and RCPI. Our goal is to represent Trainees’ interests and work towards improving training.
We are also responsible for the organisation of the following awards and prizes:
Find out more about the Trainee Awards here.
Nominations for the Trainees’ Committee 2021-2022 are now closed. Elections will commence on Monday, 21 June. All current trainees will receive an email with a link to vote and the results will be announced at the AGM in July 2021.
Click below to view the current Committee members.
The Trainees’ Committee is an essential conduit for communication between Trainees and the College. We advocate for Trainee interests in the College while disseminating RCPI's key messages and information to Trainees. We influence decisions at the highest levels in RCPI and ensures that the ideal of world-class medical training is to the forefront of the College's agenda.
Dr Cormac KennedyChair of the RCPI Trainee Committee
The following doctors can join the Trainees' Committee:
The RCPI Trainees' Committee recruits now members each year. New members are voted in by Trainees.
Details for this year's election process can be found above.
If you’re interested in getting involved or would just like further information about us, please get in touch by emailing us at Trainees@rcpi.ie.
If you would like to join the RCPI Trainee Committee or find out more, please get in touch!
The RCPI Trainees' Committee (formerly known as the Collegiate Members Committee) is the longest-running Trainee committee in RCPI. We are always looking for more Trainees and Collegiate Members to get involved and become part of a group that can really make a difference.