Congratulations to Romy Kolich from Christ King Girls Secondary School in Cork, who won the Best Impact on Human Health’ Project RCSI Award at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition for her project "An investigation on whether cereal is a healthy breakfast option for children". Romy was presented the award on Friday by Prof Niamh Moran, Head of School of Postgraduate Studies at RCSI.
So that's a wrap on the #RCSIMyHealth Transition Year Programme in Dublin for 2017. A fantastic week was had by all. A special thanks goes out to all the Doctors, Professors, medical students, staff and patients who took the time to take part during the week. Over 180 TY students are now heading home to all parts of the country. A great bunch of students, full of future doctors!

We hope all...
View details ⇨

Students to witness real life tonsillectomy and caesarean section as part of RCSI MyHealth Transition Year programme - Royal College Surgeons in Ireland

bit.ly
Last day of the #RCSIMyHealth TY Programme has started with a talk about forensic science with Deputy State Pathologist Dr Linda Mulligan. Watch live [ Bit.ly Link ] - questions via Facebook, Twitter and email ty@rcsi.ie
That's all for today but more to come early tomorrow! Follow livestream at rcsi.ie/dublinty2017
#RCSIMyHealth
Follow along on our livestream at rcsi.ie/dublinty2017, and send in any questions you may have to ty@rcsi.ie, or via Twitter or Facebook!

#RCSIMyHealth
Our TY students enjoying their 3D VR headsets!
Dr Steve Kerrigan is talking to TYs about how medicine can help reach out to the public through tech innovation. Download the free RCSI MyHealth App to learn more about how technology is innovating medicine. Link: [ Apple.co Link ] #RCSIMyHealth

MyHealth Transition Year Programme 2017 live stream - Royal College Surgeons in Ireland

bit.ly
Our TY students have split up now to watch a 360 degree 3D laparoscopic cholecystectomy, learn about how technology can help medicine, or to practise their clinical skills! #RCSIMyHealth
Welcome to day 4 of #RCSIMyHealth! Coming up this morning we'll have pathology with Prof Mary Leader, followed by psychiatry with Prof Jim Lucey. Follow along on our livestream on rcsi.ie/dublinty2017!
Plenty more to come tomorrow! Follow along on our livestream on rcsi.ie/dublinty2017 #RCSIMyHealth
About to begin our last two sessions of the day - Prof Mike Lee on Radiology followed by Prof Arnie Hill's real life Laparoscopy from this morning.

Follow our livestream on rsci.ie/tydublin2017, and send any questions to ty@rcsi.ie, or via Facebook/Twitter. #RCSIMyHealth

rsci.ie

rsci.ie
Enjoying the livestream so far?

Follow on Snapchat to see some more from the event!

#RCSIMyHealth
Plenty more to come this afternoon at #RCSIMyHealth! Dr Patricia Houlihan on Advanced Trauma Life Support in 5 minutes.
Two interns at Beaumont will now give a quick presentation followed by a Q&A - great insight into the early stages of a medical career! After that we'll have Dr Peter Conlon talk to us about living with kidney failure. Qs to ty@rcsi.ie, Facebook or Twitter.

Follow live at rcsi.ie/dublinty2017

#RCSIMyHealth

Dublin TY MiniMed 2017 live stream - Royal College Surgeons in Ireland

rcsi.ie
Busy morning here at #RCSIMyHealth! Any questions to ty@rcsi.ie, or via Facebook or Twitter.

Follow live at rcsi.ie/dublinty2017
At 9.15 Professor Frank Murray will be giving us a talk on gastroenterology. Follow live at: rcsi.ie/dublinty2017

#RCSIMyHealth

Dublin TY MiniMed 2017 live stream - Royal College Surgeons in Ireland

rcsi.ie
Day 3 of #RCSIMyHealth about to begin! Today our TYs will hear about paediatrics, radiology, orthopaedics & watch a real life laparoscopic surgery!

Make sure to follow along live on rcsi.ie/dublinty2017 and send in any questions you may have on twitter, facebook or to our email: ty@rcsi.ie
Lots more exciting stuff in the schedule for tomorrow! See you bright and early on our livestream: rcsi.ie/dublinty2017

#RCSIMyHealth
Our final insight for the day will be Dr Fergal Malone talking us through a caesarian section that took place this morning! Follow live at: rcsi.ie/dublinty2017 #RCSIMyHealth

Dublin TY MiniMed 2017 live stream - Royal College Surgeons in Ireland

rcsi.ie
A particularly interesting tonsillectomy is next on the agenda from Prof Paul O'Neill. Livestream at: rcsi.ie/dublinty2017

#RCSIMyHealth

Dublin TY MiniMed 2017 live stream - Royal College Surgeons in Ireland

rcsi.ie