Covid 19/Education

Face Masks: What The Data Says

The science supports that face coverings are saving lives during the coronavirus pandemic, and yet the debate trundles on. How much evidence is enough? When her Danish colleagues first suggested…

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Studying and COVID-19

COVID-19 your questions answered The Government of Ireland is committed to protecting the health and safety of all people living, working and studying in Ireland during this time of unprecedented…

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Nine in 10 Teachers Fear Pandemic Has Damaged Mental Health of Pupils

Nine in 10 teachers surveyed in Northern Ireland believe the Covid-19 pandemic will damage the mental health and wellbeing of pupils, a children’s charity has said. Pupils will begin returning…

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BANK HOLIDAY: CLEAN COAST INITIATIVE

With limited travel available to people this weekend, many of our country’s beautiful beaches will see heavy use as the fine weather continues. However, there remains a serious lack of…

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Defence Forces: The Army Cadetship Podcast

The Irish Defence Forces Podcast aims to provide interesting content on all aspects of the Irish military. It is a production of the Defence Forces Public Relations Branch. In this…

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Free Emergency Medicine e-Learning Course for all medical students

The International Emergency Medicine Education Project (iEM) has been providing free emergency medicine educational resources for medical students since June 2018. Content produced by 175 contributors from 27 countries has…

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Dealing with Serotonin Syndrome

Serotonin syndrome also known as Serotonin Toxicity is a potentially life-threatening drug-induced condition caused by increased serotonergic activity in the brain’s synaptic clefts.* Common drugs that cause Serotonin Syndrome Antidepressants: e.g. SSRI,…

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COVID-19 Critical Care: Understanding and Application

Learn to manage critical care patients whilst protecting yourself and your peers Edinburgh University have launched an online course aimed at healthcare staff on supporting the those on the frontline working…

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Emergency Prioritisation tools and their effectiveness

In recently published research involving professionals from across the Canadian emergency medical spectrum, they outline their finding on the tools available to prioritise patients. Waiting lists should be managed as…

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Decoding Covid-19

Seven human coronaviruses in seven graphics By the end of the day, there will be probably  550,000 Covid-19 cases , resulting in almost 24,000 fatalities worldwide. After its discovery last December, in…

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22 Books That Expand Your Mind and Change The Way You Live

1. Man’s Search For Meaning by Victor Frankl I still think about this book almost daily, years after I first read it. What happened to millions of Jews 70 years ago,…

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Joe Veselsky – Trinity’s Oldest Student

At 97, Joe Veselsky is Trinity’s oldest student and is an inspiring example of lifelong learning. Joe (as he is known) has taken extra-mural courses in the School of Histories…

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MOST BORROWED BOOKS OF 2019 REVEALED IN LEAD UP TO NATIONAL LIBRARY OPEN DAY, FEBRUARY 29TH

Details of the 20 books and authors borrowed most often from Irish public libraries in 2019 have been published by the Local Government Management Agency (LGMA), which compiles the information…

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February in the Garden

Whilst February can bring a lot of showery weather, this is the month where we say goodbye to Winter and hello to Spring. The first signs of Spring can be…

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What to do in your garden in January

Cold January days are the perfect opportunity for planning your garden for the following year. The snowdrops are beginning to emerge from the ground, scented shrubs are beginning to flourish…

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Bram Stoker – Author (1847–1912)

Irish writer Bram Stoker is best known for authoring the classic 19th century horror novel ‘Dracula.’ Who Was Bram Stoker? Born in Ireland in 1847, Bram Stoker studied mathematics at…

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10 things to do in your garden in Autumn

1. Mulch vegetable beds and herbaceous borders; this will benefit the texture and structure of the soil, so your plants will be stronger the following season. 2. Now is the…

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Big funding boost for Irish Community Rapid Response

A life-saving rapid response medical service hopes it will now be able to almost double its number of on-call volunteer GPs and save more lives after getting a massive injection…

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DNA database leads way for gardaí

The new DNA database, established in November 2015, has assisted gardaí with 625 crimes including murders, sexual assaults and hundreds of burglaries. In its annual report, Forensic Science Ireland (FSI)…

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Road accidents are the biggest killer of young people – world study

Road traffic injuries are the biggest cause of death of teenagers globally, international data released by the World Health Organization reveals. In 2015, more than 1.2 million adolescents died. Road…

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