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Ireland’s ageing population — ensuring supports are in place to help our vulnerable older people

By sa | May 27, 2015 |

Dear Editor,

ALONE is an independent organisation that provides services to those older people who are most vulnerable in our society.

An open letter to Minister Varadkar from Overseas Medics of Ireland

By sa | May 13, 2015 |

Dear Dr Varadkar,
I hope you are well.

IPHA members have helped to deal with fiscal challenges

By sa | Apr 29, 2015 |

Dear Editor,
I have no wish to prolong the debate with Dr Sara Burke unnecessarily but it is important that facts and definitions are clear, as I am sure we would all agree.

United we stand, divided we fall in general practice

By sa | Apr 29, 2015 |

Dear Editor and colleagues,
In light of the recent announcement that an agreement has been reached on the under-sixes contract, the NAGP reiterates its call on GPs to refuse to sign the contract.

Prof Sean Blake remembered

By sa | Apr 15, 2015 |

Obituary

OMI Working Committee statement on the MPA 2007 and the study report of Pishoy Gouda

By sa | Apr 1, 2015 |

Dear Editor,

The Overseas Medics of Ireland (OMI) welcomes the report, Ireland’s Medical Brain-Drain: Migration Intentions of Irish Medical Students by Pishoy Gouda in the journal Human Resources for Health on 12 March, 2015.

It’s time to rescue general practice in Ireland

By sa | Apr 1, 2015 |

Dear Editor,

‘Are you against ‘The under-sixes’ GMS?’

IPHA responds to Dr Sara Burke’s column ‘The price of saving lives’

By sa | Mar 18, 2015 |

Dear Editor,

The Medical Practitioners Act is crippling doctors

By sa | Mar 4, 2015 |

Dear Editor,
I am one of the doctors recruited from Pakistan in 2011, at the time of a critical doctor shortage in Ireland.

What is our ‘Final Cause’ as medical educators?

By sa | Mar 4, 2015 |

Dear Editor,
The recent decision of the Irish Medical Council (IMC) to accredit RCSI Bahrain as an appropriate environment for medical education without reference to the appalling human rights abuses ongoing in that small country is very disturbing and may indeed be open to challenge.

The Medical Practitioners Act is crippling doctors

By sa | Mar 4, 2015 |

Dear Editor,
I am one of the doctors recruited from Pakistan in 2011, at the time of a critical doctor shortage in Ireland.

What is our ‘Final Cause’ as medical educators?

By sa | Mar 4, 2015 |

Dear Editor,
The recent decision of the Irish Medical Council (IMC) to accredit RCSI Bahrain as an appropriate environment for medical education without reference to the appalling human rights abuses ongoing in that small country is very disturbing and may indeed be open to challenge.

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