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s someone who s read a
the boo s it was reat to have
the o ort nity to see and hear
r ohnson in erson ery
interestin to hear his tho hts
on how to dea with chan e
nd his stories abo t his time
in
show how m ch his
o e e years in enced his
wor s bse ent y
FIONA CAHILL
(MSc Healthcare Management
2011)
hen yo re aced with a
cha en e yo m st dea
with it hat s ms r
ohnson s messa e or me
hat i ed abo t this event
is that it wasn t oc sed on
strict y medica iss es which
rovided a we come brea
EMILY BOYLE
(Medicine, Class of 2004,
PhD 2010, MRCSI 2006)
en oyed the event and the
chance to networ with aces
both ami iar and new r
ohnson s conce ts are so nd
ttin them into ractice is the
cha en e
GARETH JONES
(Medicine, Class of 1968)
IN CONVERSA
TION WITH
DR SPENCER JOHNSON
Pat Kenny and
Spencer Johnson
(Medicine, Class
of 1968).
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Nora Taaffe and Maeve Peyton (both Medicine, Class of 1969).
Brendan O'Daly and Catriona
Barry (both MSc Healthcare
Management 2009), Eva
Doherty, Director of Human
Factors in Patient Safety, RCSI
and Camilla Carroll (Medicine,
Class of 1985).
Gerard Hurley (Medicine, Class of 1967)
and John Hyland, Vice President, RCSI.
Hannah McGee, Dean, Faculty of Medicine
and Health Sciences, RCSI, Caoimhe White
and Claire O'Regan (MSc Quality & Safety in
Healthcare Management 2008).
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