to a pharmacy-themed conclusion on March 26, 2014
with lectures by Professor Paul Gallagher and Matthew
Lynch. Professor Gallagher's lecture, "Potions, Lotions and
Health Promotion What can my Pharmacist do for me?",
illlustrated the role of the pharmacist in modern healthcare
delivery and how pharmacists can make a valuable
contribution to improving the health and wellbeing of the
Irish public. Matthew Lynch discussed two topical issues in
the world of pharmacy in his lecture "Generic Medicines
and Internet Pharmacies". These pharmacy lectures ran
parallel to a `brown bag' event at RCSI, where members of
the public brought their medication and supplements to an
appointment with an RCSI pharmacist. The full lecture series
can be viewed on the RCSI YouTube channel.
on February 25, 2015, Dolores Keating, an Honorary
Clinical Senior Lecturer of the School, will deliver a lecture
entitled "Mammy's little helper - the Irish relationship
with anxiety medication", which will be followed by a
panel discussion on the subject of benzodiapeine usage in
Ireland. All alumni are most welcome.
successfully completed their internship graduated with an
NUI/RCSI Master of Pharmacy at the Convention Centre
in Dublin. RCSI earlier in 2014 won the Pharmaceutical
Society of Ireland tender for the delivery of the Master of
Pharmacy programme from 2014/2015 onwards.
traditional White Coat Ceremony in the Examination Hall. Pictured at the RCSI White Coat
Ceremony 2014 are: Professor Clive Lee, RCSI Professor of Anatomy; Peter O Donnell,
the recipient of the Servier Medal for Experienced Researcher; and Dr. Amro Widaa, post-
doctoral researcher of the School of Pharmacy.
Professor Paul Gallagher, Head of the School of
Pharmacy, and Sarah Jane O'Connor, who was
the winner of the National University of Ireland
Dr. H. H. Stewart Scholarship in Pharmacy 2014.