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RCSI MiniMed School Open Lecture Series

These informative health lectures are open free of charge to the public. Take a look at the lineup below.

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What is the RCSI MiniMed Open Lecture Series?
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Upcoming Lectures in the Series

Wednesday 25th March 2015

‘Have the superbugs won; antibiotic resistance' (19.00-20.00)
Dr Fidelma Fitzpatrick, RCSI Senior Lecturer in Clinical Microbiology & Consultant Microbiologist, Beaumont Hospital.
 

‘Insights into Antibiotic Use from a General Practitioner' (20.00-21.00)
Dr Nuala O'Connor, ICGP Lead for Healthcare-associated Infection & Antimicrobial Resistance Prevention

 

Previous Lectures 

Wednesday 29th October 2014
 

‘Mental Health Matters: a guide to nurturing your mental health and to recognising and responding to signs of mental health problems ‘ (19.00-20.00)
Helen Coughlan, Clinical Research Fellow, RCSI Department of Psychiatry
 

‘Leg Ulcers - More Than Just Skin Deep' (20.00-21.00)
Professor Zena Moore, Head of RCSI School of Nursing & Midwifery; & Julie Jordan O'Brien, Tissue Viability Nurse, Beaumont Hospital
 
Wednesday 26th November 2014
Breast Cancer - what do we know now?' (19.00-20.00)
Professor Arnold Hill, Head of School of Medicine and Professor of Surgery, RCSI
 
‘Screening in Pregnancy - Is my baby normal?' (20.00-21.00)
Professor Fergal Malone, Professor and Chairman of the RCSI Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
 
Wednesday 28th January 2015
'Management of Concussion' (19.00-20.00)
Professor Michael G. Molloy, Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine (FSEM), RCPI & RCSI
 

'Emergency Care in Remote Areas - Wilderness Medicine on Kilimanjaro' (20.00-21.00)
Dr Padraig Sheeran, Dean of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine (FSEM), RCPI & RCSI
 
Wednesday 25th February 2015
‘Mammy's little helper - the Irish relationship with anxiety medication' (19.00-20.00)
Dolores Keating, Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer, RCSI School of Pharmacy and Head of Pharmacy Services at St. John of God Hospital.

‘Anti-anxiety medication use in Ireland today - problem cause or cure?' - A panel debate (20.00-21.00) 
 

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