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    Stand up and fight

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 16 Nov 2016

    Dr Anthony O’Connor wonders if the bravery shown against the shameful apartheid regime can be replicated in medicine

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    Not so easy

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 07 Nov 2016

    As D-Day in the US Presidential election race approaches, Dr Anthony O’Connor ponders the ‘People Who Insist There are Easy Solutions to Things’

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    The right to know

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 27 Oct 2016

    Ireland continues to deny adopted people the right to know who they are, writes Dr Anthony O’Connor

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    Get the facts straight

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 17 Oct 2016

    Recent serious allegations against a healthcare worker have been completely unjustifiably used to ‘doctor-bash’ by some of the national media, writes Dr Anthony O’Connor

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    Leave them off

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 06 Oct 2016

    What is it about Corkness that has enabled major changes in the city’s hospital services with little fuss, ponders Dr Anthony O’Connor

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    Time to do things differently

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 26 Sep 2016

    Why do we persist in making it harder for hospital doctors and nurses to do their jobs when some common-sense changes would make a big difference, asks Dr Anthony O’Connor

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    Rise of the doctorbots

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 15 Sep 2016

    The lack of diversity within medicine in this part of the world is disconcerting, writes Dr Anthony O’Connor

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    Yes, we can

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 05 Sep 2016

    After working in the US and UK, Dr Anthony O’Connor now realises that we are pretty good at many things ourselves and can fix our health system on our own terms

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    Olympic dreams

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 25 Aug 2016

    We love sport most when it reflects our better selves but more often than not we have to take it as we find it, in all its ugliness and imperfection, writes Dr Anthony O’Connor

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    See no evil, hear no evil?

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 11 Aug 2016

    Dr Anthony O’Connor asks hard questions about the role of the Medical Council, the RCSI and the RCPI in Bahrain

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    Brexit in retrospect

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 21 Jul 2016

    It will take time to put the full consequences of Brexit into perspective, writes Dr Anthony O’Connor

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    Still Dad

    Dr Anthony O'Connor | 07 Jul 2016

    Dr Anthony O’Connor on the cruel reality of dealing with his father’s Alzheimer’s

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