BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE
Developments in 2014 pave the way for the College's
success as a leader in education of healthcare
A round up of news from the RCSI campus.
RCSI INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
The latest developments at RCSI's overseas institutions.
RCSI BAHRAIN CELEBRATES TENTH ANNIVERSARY
Last year marked the start of celebrations in RCSI Bahrain.
HI-TECH SIMULATION DELIVERS REAL BENEFITS
Professor Arnold Hill, Head of the School of Medicine
outlines how simulation technology enables students to
learn safe surgical practice.
RCSI DOCTORS MAKING A DIFFERENCE WORLDWIDE
Inspiring work being carried out by some of the School of
Medicine's leading alumni.
SURGICAL AFFAIRS: A YEAR OF TRANSFORMATION
The Department of Surgical Affairs implemented new
surgical training programme.
ADVOCATING ALL-ISLAND HEALTHCARE APPROACH
Professor Mahen Varma on the evolution of cardiac care
and the benefits of cross-border collaboration.
IMPROVING HUMAN HEALTH
Recent RCSI research that aims to improve human health.
RCSI psychiatry researcher Professor Mary Cannon has
earned global recognition for her work.
SCHOOL OF PHARMACY LINKS WITH BEACON
Highlights for the School of Pharmacy in 2014 included
signing a strategic partnership with the Beacon Hospital.
RESEARCH DEVELOPMENTS IN PHYSIOTHERAPY
In 2014, the highest number of postgraduate students to
date registered to undertake MSc and PhD by research in
the School of Physiotherapy.
ALL-IRELAND CHAMPION AND RCSI GRADUATE
Donnchadh Walsh graduated with a BSc Physiotherapy in
2014, while also picking up an All-Ireland winner's medal.
YEAR OF GROWTH FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
The School of Postgraduate Studies continues to
streamline processes at all levels of the student journey.
STEADY PROGRESS AT INSTITUTE OF LEADERSHIP
The past year has seen steady progress in the ongoing
development of the Institute of Leadership.
RCSI AND COSECSA
RCSI collaboration programme addresses surgical
manpower crisis in sub-Saharan Africa.
RESEARCH TEAM AIMS TO BEAT MALARIA
Professor Samuel J. McConkey leads a team carrying out
significant research including malaria vaccine trials.
INVESTING IN HUMAN CAPITAL
A two-day conference for RCSI alumni was held in Dubai
Healthcare City on April 30 and May 1, 2014.
REACH RCSI SUPPORTS LOCAL COMMUNITY
The REACH RCSI programme enhances education and
health in a local community.
ALUMNI GATHERING A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE
The Annual Alumni Gathering provides an exciting
opportunity to reconnect with old friends and colleagues.
CLASS OF 2014
The annual June and November conferring ceremonies.
CONTINUING RCSI TRADITION
Many RCSI alumni came back to celebrate the graduation
of family and friends at the 2014 conferring.
The Maguire family maintains strong RCSI links.
A STUDENT EXPERIENCE CELEBRATING DIVERSITY
A wealth of extra-curricular activities.
News of RCSI alumni from around the world.
NEW PRESIDENT FOR ASSOCIATION OF GRADUATES
Dr Mary Davin-Power was elected for a two-year term as
the new President of RCSI's Association of Graduates.
Glimpses of College life in the last century.
SUPPORTING FUTURE CAREER SUCCESS
RCSI's Career Development Programme.
THE EXPERIENCE OF LEARNING
How the Health Professions Education Centre supports
innovative, effective teaching.
RCSI DOCTORS IN WW1
The heroic exploits of RCSI doctors and students.
HAROLD J. BROWNE 1922-2015
A tribute to Harold Browne.
GETTING THE BALANCE RIGHT
On his retirement, Professor Michael Walsh spoke to RCSI
Matters about a lifetime in clinical care and teaching.
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