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

Postgraduate Diploma / Masters in Neurology and Gerontology 2011 / 2012

01 January 2005

The School of Physiotherapy at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) launched the taught PGDip/MSc in Neurology and Gerontology in 2008; the first of its kind in the Republic of Ireland. The programme is delivered over two-years on a part-time basis.

Nine physiotherapists, the second cohort, started in September 2010. The programme focuses on the development and enhancement of the professional research knowledge base and skills required by physiotherapists to fulfil their role in the rehabilitation of neurological and elderly patients in the context of changing health care services.

Postgraduate Diploma / Masters in Neurology and Gerontology 2011 / 2012

 

Pictured with course participants below are academic staff from the RCSI School of Physiotherapy: Dara Meldrum (back row, 2nd from left), Helen French (back row, 3rd from left), Aileen Barrett (front row, 1st from left), Dr Frances Horgan, Course Director (front row, 3rd from left), Professor Marie Guidon, Head of School of Physiotherapy (front row, 1st from right), and Louise Keating (back row, 2nd from right)