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Today, RCSI and the European Investment Bank have signed a major loan agreement for a significant investment towards RCSI’s new 10 storey student-centred academic education building, on York Street, Dublin.

The event was attended by Minister for Health, Mr Simon Harris, T.D who commented that this investment “signals confidence in Ireland as a leader in medical and health sciences education...
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NOW AVAILABLE: 'journey through the brain' colouring book- the perfect Christmas present

'journey through the brain' is a fantastic colouring book which makes an ideal gift for people of all ages, with all profits being donated to Pieta House, which provides a free, therapeutic approach to people who are in suicidal distress and those who engage in self-harm, and the Peter McVerry Trust which...
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RCSI has held its annual Christmas lunch for more than 100 local Dublin senior citizens of our community. This is a tradition that has being going on at the College for 30 years! It really does ring in the festive season

Take a look at more photos of this fun & festive-filled afternoon of singing, dancing and festivities here bit.ly/SCXmas16
As yesterday was the first day in December, not one but two Christmas trees were put up in the College

What do you think? Which one is better?

'Tis beginning to look a lot like.....
On Monday 14th November, candidates from RCSI's Schools of Pharmacy, Physiotherapy and Postgraduate Studies gathered in the College for the annual conferring dinner, the evening before their respective graduation ceremonies. Read more at [ Bit.ly Link ]
Tune into #RCSIMyHealth lecture on "Living with Stroke: Advancing Patient Care in Ireland" live this evening (Wednesday 30th November) from 18:30 at [ Rcsi.ie Link ]

Learn about common challenges experienced by people after #stroke and the various rehabilitation options available to stroke patients, as well as highlighting ground-breaking research that is impacting on how stroke is being...
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Last few seats left for this evening's #RCSIMyHealth lecture on "Living with Stroke".

Tonight's speakers are RCSI's Professor David Williams, Professor Anne Hickey, Professor Frances Horgan and Helena O'Donnell of Irish Heart Foundation

Register at - the talks kick off at 6.30pm. For those unable to make it, we will be live streaming from
Nine RCSI students and RCSI Alumni were among those awarded the prestigious 2016 Dr H H Stewart Medical Scholarships and Prizes, with three students winning their overall category scholarship at the recent National University of Ireland Awards held in the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham.

Read more and see more photos here [ Bit.ly Link ] #NUIAwards16
People who suffer stroke face a number of challenges with regards to how it will impact their everyday lives.

But did you know that a new treatment used to treat patients is dramatically reducing disability and deaths from stroke? This advancement is revolutionising how stroke is being treated in Ireland.

This will be the focus of our next #RCSIMyHealth free public health lecture, “Living...
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A new study, by RCSI and the Health Research Board has shown that minimum unit pricing for alcohol will affect 14% of drinkers

The research has examined the relationship between high-risk drinking, personal income, place of purchase and price paid for alcohol. This is first Irish study to investigate the potential impact of minimum unit pricing for alcohol at a population level.

The...
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New Irish study shows minimum unit pricing for alcohol will affect 14% of drinkers

Research led by RCSI and the Health Research Board has examined the relationship between high-risk drinking, personal income, place of purchase and price paid for alcohol. This is first Irish study to investigate the potential impact of minimum unit pricing for alcohol at a population level. The research shows...
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New Irish study shows minimum unit pricing for alcohol will affect 14% of drinkers - Royal College Surgeons in Ireland

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People who suffer from stroke face a number of challenges, including how it affects their lives, mood and cognition.

These will be highlighted at our next RCSI MyHealth free public health lecture, “Living with Stroke: Advancing Patient Care in Ireland”, which takes place on Wednesday 30th November at RCSI, St. Stephen’s Green at 6.30pm, where healthcare and research experts will discuss such...
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There are a multitude of postnatal challenges facing women after giving birth. These include tiredness, pain, urinary incontinence, breastfeeding challenges, baby blues and post-natal depression, to name but a few.

Take a look at this #RCSIMyHealth lecture from Hazel Cazzini, Clinical Midwife Manager at The Rotunda Hospital, Dublin who outlines some of these issues and gives some practical...
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Having A Baby – Medical Advances From Conception to Cradle – Hazel Cazzini (Part 3)

This talk is part of the RCSI MyHealth Lecture Series and was held at RCSI on 26th October 2016. This was a three-part public talk, entitled “Having A Baby –...

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What prenatal screening options are open to mothers and parents to-be in Ireland?

In this #RCSIMyHealth leture, Dr Karen Flood, Senior Lecturer in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, RCSI and Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, at the Rotunda Hospital talks about the various options and methods of prenatal screening with particular focus on recent advances.

These include fetal ultrasound, both...
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Having A Baby – Medical Advances From Conception to Cradle – Dr Karen Flood (Part 2)

This talk is part of the RCSI MyHealth Lecture Series and was held at RCSI on 26th October 2016. This was a three-part public talk, entitled “Having A Baby –...

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