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    The cutting edge of interactive education

    10 Jan 2019

    Secondary school students got hands-on experience using laparoscopic surgery simulators in the Wet Lab at the RCSI’s Open Day, which took place on 3 January.

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    The Pelican brief

    10 Jan 2019

    The Pelican IMPACT (Improving Management for Patients with Advanced Colorectal Tumours) Meeting was hosted by the Mater University Misericordiae Hospital on 10 December 2018. Pictured are the IMPACT Meeting Faculty

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    Mindo Cartoon - 10 January 2019

    10 Jan 2019

    Work-life balance in medicine

  • From previous issues
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    Building better pregnancy and early childhood care

    20 Dec 2018

    The HSE recently launched mychild.ie, alongside three new pregnancy books. The new My Pregnancy book is a 224-page guide that will be given to pregnant women at their first antenatal appointment from early 2019. Parents will then receive the next books in sequence, My Child: 0-to-2 Years, and My Child: 2-to-5 Years, from their public health nurse.

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    Promoting awareness of clinical trials

    20 Dec 2018

    Pictured L-R are Ms Jillian McNulty, Dr Fionnuala Keane, Ms Avril Kennan, and Ms Ellyn Getz at the ‘AWARE for All’ seminar on clinical trials, organised by the non-profit Centre for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation (CISCRP). The seminar, which took place on 5 December at the Trinity Translational Medicine Institute, St James’s Hospital, Dublin, included talks and panel discussions featuring doctors undertaking clinical trials and patients who have taken part.

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    Mindo Cartoon - 6 December 2018

    20 Dec 2018

    Twelve months in health

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    A little taste of the patient experience

    06 Dec 2018

    The results of the 2018 National Patient Experience Survey were launched on Monday November 26 by Minister for Health Simon Harris in St James’s Hospital, Dublin. The National Patient Experience Survey, the largest survey of its kind in Ireland, ran for the second time in May of this year. The survey asked patients about their experiences of hospital care in order to find out what is working well in the health service, and what needs to be improved. Over 13,000 people participated in this year’s survey.

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    Mindo Cartoon - 6 December 2018

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    Putting Sláintecare into practice

    26 Nov 2018

    Pictured is Ms Laura Magahy, Executive Director, Sláintecare, speaking at the Health Management Institute of Ireland’s Annual Conference in the Concert Hall, RDS, Dublin, on 19 November.

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    Uniting to advance research into paediatric palliative care

    26 Nov 2018

    Pictured L to R: (back row) Dr Aidan McKiernan, Principal Clinical Psychologist (Specialist) and Clinical Lead for Research at LauraLynn, Ireland’s children’s hospice; Ms Fiona Woods, Head of Clinical Education, LauraLynn; Prof Alan Carr, University College Dublin (UCD) Head of School of Psychology; (front row) Ms Orla O’Brien, CEO of LauraLynn; Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor, Minister of State for Higher Education; and Prof Colin Scott, Principal of the College of Social Sciences and Law at UCD and UCD Vice President for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

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    Mindo Cartoon - 26 November 2018

    26 Nov 2018

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    Ready, Millin and able to tackle the challenges of an ageing population

    15 Nov 2018

    The impact of our ageing population on surgical services in Ireland and the consequent challenges posed by comorbidity must be addressed, according to Prof Deborah McNamara, Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, and Co-Lead, National Clinical Programme in Surgery, HSE/RCSI. Prof McNamara addressed the annual Millin Meeting at the RCSI on ‘The Future of Surgery 2030’.

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