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RCSI student & captain of the Dublin senior camogie team

By Mindo - 13th Jul 2020 | 61 views

01/07/20. NO FEE. NO REPRO FEE. JULIEN BEHAL PHOTOGRAPHY. RCSI student Róisín Baker, captain of Dublin’s camogie team, takes to the pitch in Croke Park, which will host RCSI medical students this September. JULIEN BEHAL PHOTOGRAPHY. NO FEE. 
RCSI student and captain of the Dublin senior camogie team Ms Róisín Baker, pictured at Croke Park, Dublin, which will host RCSI medical students this September.
To ensure that medical students can continue their education in a safe environment during the Covid-19 pandemic, RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences has teamed-up with Croke Park Meetings and Events to create “a unique satellite campus at the historic home of the GAA”. RCSI lectures will be held in event spaces throughout Croke Park for the 2020/2021 academic year beginning in September. Over 650 students will use these facilities to continue their learning at a safe physical distance in smaller learning communities, which will cycle through the campus on alternate days over a six-day week.

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