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    From the latest issue
  • Interview

    A gathering to remember

    Paul Mulholland | 05 Nov 2018

    Paul Mulholland speaks to Consultant Medical Oncologist Prof John McCaffrey ahead of the Gathering Around Cancer 2018 conference in Croke Park

  • Interview

    Pondering psychiatry

    David Lynch | 05 Nov 2018

    The upcoming Winter Conference of the College of Psychiatrists of Ireland will hear talks on everything from the prison service to the writings of Franz Kafka. David Lynch talks to the College President

  • From previous issues
  • Interview

    Shining a light on dysphagia

    Catherine Reilly | 04 Oct 2018

    Dysphagia is an under-acknowledged condition that can have a huge impact on a person’s quality-of-life, according to Dr Margaret Walshe, Associate Professor in Speech Language Pathology, Trinity College Dublin. Catherine Reilly reports

  • Interview

    A masterclass on anticoagulation

    Priscilla Lynch | 04 Oct 2018

    Dr Rónán Collins, Consultant in Geriatric and Stroke Medicine at Tallaght University Hospital, speaks to Priscilla Lynch in advance of his presentation at the BMS/Pfizer Masterclass on stroke prevention this week

  • Interview

    Failure is not an option

    Priscilla Lynch | 26 Mar 2018

    Priscilla Lynch speaks to Dr Angie Brown about the Irish Heart Foundation’s new campaign to raise awareness of heart failure symptoms and highlights the resources available to GPs to treat the condition

  • Interview

    Spotlight on suicide at College of Psychiatrists meeting

    Catherine Reilly | 26 Mar 2018

    College of Psychiatrists of Ireland Spring Conference, 12-13 April, 2018, Sheraton Hotel, Athlone

  • Interview

    The dawn of a new era for severe asthma treatment

    Priscilla Lynch | 15 Mar 2018

    Priscilla Lynch speaks to Dr Neil Martin, a UK Consultant Chest Physician, about optimising asthma management in all patients and the latest options for severe asthmatics

  • Interview

    Far beyond skin-deep

    Seán Duke | 14 Sep 2017

    Seán Duke speaks to Dr Cal Condon about the physical and psychological aspects of acne

  • Interview

    Gut reactions: Tackling the rising incidence of IBD

    Seán Duke | 10 Aug 2017

    With increasing numbers of young children being diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), Ireland must develop its clinical trials infrastructure so that effective treatments are available for patients throughout their lives, Prof Glen Doherty told Seán Duke

  • Interview

    Promoting microbiome health in mothers and babies

    Seán Duke | 08 Jun 2017

    The Microbe Mom research programme will examine whether a healthy microbiome can be promoted in a mother and passed on to her baby. Seán Duke spoke to the project’s lead investigator Prof Fionnuala McAuliffe

  • Interview

    Moving towards a national prostate cancer registry

    Seán Duke | 29 May 2017

    The gathering of clinical data on patients with prostate cancer and patient-reported outcomes could improve care standards and save on service costs, Consultant Urologist Dr David Galvin told Seán Duke

  • Interview

    Screening brings diabetic retinopathy into sharp focus

    Seán Duke | 27 Apr 2017

    The National Diabetic Retinal Screening Programme has facilitated earlier diagnosis and better treatment, acting as a model for other areas of ophthalmology care. Seán Duke spoke to National Clinical Lead Mr David Keegan

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