Telemedicine Cannot Fully Replace in-person Paediatric Care

In response to the rollout of paediatric telemedicine due to COVID-19, researchers have identified implementation considerations regarding these services. The study, led by the School of Physiotherapy, RCSI University of…

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Minister for Health approves increase in number of Medical Intern and Postgraduate Training Places

The Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly TD, is pleased to announce an increase of 120 medical intern posts plus additional postgraduate training places and Post CSCST Fellowship posts for July…

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Medical card eligibility extended for terminal illness under interim scheme

Image courtesy of pxhere.com ‘End of life’ criteria extended from 12 to 24 months. Terminally ill patients with a prognosis of up to 24 months are to receive medical cards,…

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Government Commits to Significant Reinvestment in CÚRAM

Image courtesy of @HighPerformingBuildings CÚRAM SFI Research Centre for Medical Devices at NUI Galway has received a significant funding award of €46,372,380 from Science Foundation Ireland. The investment was announced on…

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IPIC Develops Cutting Edge Tech For Synergia Medical

IPIC (Irish Photonic Integration Centre), hosted at Tyndall National Institute, has developed cutting-edge light technology for Belgium-based Synergia Medical, which seeks to benefit patients suffering from chronic pain, Parkinson’s disease,…

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