Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Coláiste Ríoga na Máinleá in Éirinn


Carmel Mangan

Blackrock Clinic has a long and positive association with the Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery, RCSI. In tandem with the Faculty, we have collaborated on a number of CPD courses designing them to fit with our nursing team needs.

This has resulted in sessions that are hugely beneficial, thought provoking, interesting, challenging and up to date.

It has allowed me as Director of Nursing to focus and deliver our staff development ambitions, adding value to the experienced nursing team pool in a stimulating way."

Ms Carmel Mangan, Director of Nursing, Blackrock Clinic, Dublin

Tadhg Daly

Nursing Homes Ireland is pleased to partner with the faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, RCSI on the development of the Aptitude Test for Overseas Nurses applying to register as a general nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland.

The professionalism together with the support and guidance of the RCSI team has ensured that the Aptitude Test has been a huge success and a significant contributor to assisting with the recruitment challenges in the nursing home sector and the wider health service.

We look forward to continuing our work with RCSI into the future."

Mr Tadhg Daly, Chief Executive, Nursing Homes Ireland

Aisling Culhane

Flexibility, collaboration, intelligent pooling of academic and clinical resources, underpin the Psychiatric Nurses Association (PNA) /RCSI Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery partnership. This relationship is built on sharing real life clinical and academic experience, engaging the voice and knowledge of nurses and providing a sharpened focus on operationalising the professional development centre for the PNA.

A valued component of nurse practice is lifelong learning and continuous professional development and the strategic relationship of the PNA/ RCSI provides a platform which facilitates enhanced opportunities to advance, promote and contribute to the knowledge required to underpin high quality nursing practice."

Ms Aisling Culhane, Research & Development Advisor, Psychiatric Nurses Association

Justin Carthy

IMSTA as the representative body for medical technology manufacturers/distributors in Ireland relies on competent clinical teams to optimise the application of its often complex technologies. We believe all patients should have access to clinically and cost effective treatments through the application of medical science. Our aim is to ensure that our medical devices, diagnostics and other equipment placed on the market in Ireland are managed as safely as possible and deliver the best possible patient outcomes.

Medical technologies intended to improve the quality of healthcare delivered through earlier diagnosis, less invasive treatment options and reductions in hospital stays and rehabilitation times must include the education and training of health care professionals and healthcare industry representatives; it is at the core of what we do. We are very happy to be working with RCSI’s Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery to help us achieve these aims."

Mr Justin Carty, CEO, IMSTA