RCSI has launched its Green Campus Initiative which brings students and staff together to work towards creating smarter sustainable campus communities.

First year Medical Student Ahmed Zainy and RCSI Staff Bryan Shields and Dr Darren Griffith presented at the recent The Green Campus Initiative Network Meeting on how RCSI has set up the initiative on campus and in particular how students are...
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Looking for the next step in your healthcare or research career?

Learn about the exceptional selection of postgraduate opportunities at RCSI, from masters to PhD level, by registering for our Postgraduate Open Day on Friday 3rd March. Our taught and research driven programmes are grounded in innovation with a hands-on focus.

Register now and find out more by visiting
A huge thank you goes to our Graduate Entry Medicine Clinical Staff and GEM students who volunteered their time to speak to prospective students at last week's GEM Open Day in Connolly Hospital

There was a fantastic turnout and to hear from current graduate students speak of their experience is so important..
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Today, International Epilepsy Day is being marked all over the world. Did you know that research being conducted at RCSI is impacting how epilepsy will be treated in the future?

Watch this video of Prof David Henshall, who led a recent #RCSIMyHealth talk on this topic, where he speaks about what exactly epilepsy is and how it will be treated in the near future

Watch the full video at [...
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A new RCSI-led genetic study which explored the history and structure of the Traveller population in Ireland, has found that Irish Travellers are very much of Irish ancestral origin and reveals that, contrary to the common misconception, the Traveller community split from the ‘settled community’ before the Great Famine.

Read more about this fascinating research at [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Do you have a passion for teaching in a multi-cultural environment? Are you keen to explore possibilities for research and extending clinical partnerships?

RCSI is now inviting applications for the position of Lead in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Perdana University (PU-RCSI), delivering the RCSI undergraduate medical curriculum in Kuala Lumpur and liaising with RCSI Dublin on curriculum...
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Our Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) Open Day takes place this Saturday 11th February at Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown, kicking off at 09.30am

Learn all about RCSI's accelerated four-year medical degree programme, where our students get early clinical contact with patients in a hospital setting.

Register now and experience "A day in the life of an RCSI Graduate Entry Medicine student" at [...
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To respond to the demands of the dynamic global healthcare sector, RCSI is bringing together leaders in healthcare and research at our Postgraduate Open Day on Friday 3rd March.

Potential students will gain information and inspiration from an exceptional selection of postgraduate opportunities, from masters to PhD level. Our taught and research driven programmes are grounded in innovation...
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We're happy to say that all Teddies who visited the RCSI Paediatrics Society Teddy Bear Hospital have made a full recovery! ‍⚕‍⚕

Want to see more great photos? Take a look here [ Bit.ly Link ]

Great to team up with BUMBLEance Children's Ambulance Service for this great event!
Great morning at the 3rd Annual RCSI Teddy Bear Hospital which was run by the RCSI Paediatrics Society in aid of BUMBLEance Children's Ambulance Service

Well done to all of the 200 little boys and girls who came along with their teddies and to the 80 RCSI student volunteers ‍⚕‍⚕
"Arthur’s path is now full of stepping stones as he joins the many, many rugby legends"

A fitting tribute to the late Prof Arthur Tanner in The Irish Times

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Liam Toland: Arthur Tanner shaped us on our rugby journey

Professor Arthur Tanner made a unique contribution to RCSI and Irish Surgery for over 40 years and sadly passed away earlier this week peacefully at home – after a long illness – borne with tremendous fortitude.

He will be sadly missed by many in both surgical and sporting circles.

Our thoughts are with Ann, their children and Arthur’s family at this time
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Want to learn about how Irish research is impacting on the next generation of Epilepsy treatments? Or do you want to know what happens to a patient after their first seizure?

If you cannot make it to this evening's #RCSIMyHealth lecture in person then be sure to watch live from 6.30pm (Irish Time) this evening where viewers can also get some information on living with epilepsy from our health...
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RCSI MyHealth Lecture - "Protecting Minds - Epilepsy Research, Treatments and Lifestyle Issues

Remember the #CAO2017 deadline is tomorrow, 1st February.

It's the deadline for applying for our Undergraduate Medicine, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy courses.

Want a glimpse into life at RCSI? Take a look at this short clip of how students found our Open Day [ Youtu.be Link ]

RCSI Undergraduate Open Days for Medicine, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy - YouTube

Epilepsy is a condition that anyone of any age can develop, with little or no causes, and affects more than 37,000 people in Ireland. However, cutting edge research is having game-changing implications for future treatments of epilepsy.

These will be the focus of our next RCSI MyHealth free public health lecture, “Protecting Minds – Epilepsy Research, Treatments and Lifestyle Issues”, which...
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In 1896, Dr Emily Winifred Dickinson was awarded a Fellowship of RCSI, becoming the first woman to be awarded a Fellowship of any of the Colleges of Surgeons in Britain or Ireland.

Have a read of this fascinating article on gender-balance in medicine featuring a number of inspirational women working in healthcare in Ireland, including Ms Deborah McNamara, RCSI Council Member and consultant...
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Gender-balanced medicine will heal many wounds

Did you know that 37,000 people over the age of five have epilepsy in Ireland? If you would like to find out more about the condition or if you or someone you know has epilespy, don't miss the next RCSI MyHealth free public health lecture which takes place on Thursday, 2nd February 2017 at RCSI, 123 St Stephen’s Green at 6.30pm. Healthcare experts will discuss current treatments for epilepsy...
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RCSI MyHealth Lecture Series 2016 - Royal College Surgeons in Ireland