Management

By - Dr Gillian Fitzgerald, Rheumatology SpR; and Dr Barry O'Shea, Consultant Rheumatologist, Spondylitis Clinic, Rheumatology Department, St James's Hospital, Dublin - 22nd Jan 2019

By - Dr Yousef Alammari, Rheumatology International Fellow; Dr Mary Rachael Flood, SpR in Rheumatology; and Prof Ronan Hugh Mullan, Consultant Rheumatologist, Department of Rheumatology, Tallaght University Hospital, Dublin - 22nd Jan 2019

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    By - Dr Yudy Llamas, Research Registrar, and Prof Tim Lynch, Chief Academic Officer, Ireland East Hospital Group and Vice Principal of Health Affairs, University College Dublin, Consultant Neurologist and Clinical Director of the Centre for Brain Health at Dublin Neurological Institute, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital - 22nd Nov 2018

  • Dr Maria Gaughan and Prof Christopher McGuigan provide a clinical overview of the diagnosis, treatment and...

    By - Dr Maria Gaughan, MS Research Fellow, St Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin, and Prof Christopher McGuigan, UCD Clinical Professor and Consultant Neurologist, St Vincent's Hospital , Dublin - 22nd Nov 2018

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    By - Mr Arun Thomas, Consultant Urologist and Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgeon, Beacon Hospital, Dublin - 13th Nov 2018

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    By - Dr Aine O'Gara and Prof Connail McCrory, Consultant in Pain Medicine, Department of Pain Medicine, St James's Hospital, Dublin - 24th Oct 2018

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    By - Mindo - 11th Oct 2018

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    By - Mindo - 11th Oct 2018

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    By - Dr Mary Kearney, GP with a Special interest in Migraine at Vista Primary Care Centre, Naas, Co Kildare - 02nd Oct 2018

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    By - Mindo - 19th Sep 2018

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    By - Mindo - 19th Sep 2018

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    By - Donna Cosgrove MPSI, PhD, graduated with a BSc in Pharmacy from the RCSI and is a postdoctoral researcher in Human Genetics with the Cognitive Genetics and Cognitive Therapy research group in NUIG - 19th Sep 2018

  • <h3><strong>Eczema</strong></h3> ‘Eczema’ is a term often used to describe dry, scaly, itchy skin conditions and is...

    By - Ms Siún Tobin MPSI, Senior Pharmacist, Our Lady's Hospice and Care Services, specialising in cancer care, palliative care and medicines information - 11th Sep 2018

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