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ICGP pre-Budget submission 2015

In its 2016 pre-Budget submission, the ICGP calls for investment to stem GP emigration, and support rural general practice and areas of deprivation. » read more

Report on 2015 national survey of GP trainees and recent GP graduates

Bridging the gap – How GP trainees and recent graduates identify themselves as the future Irish general practice workforce » read more

Launch of 'ICGP vision for the future of Irish rural general practice'

The ICGP published on Monday 28 September a comprehensive analysis of the issues affecting rural general practice. » read more

Survey: The future of Irish general practice - how do you see it?

What needs to be done to support GPs to make general practice viable in Ireland? » read more

Letter from the National Poisons Information Centre, Beaumont Hospital

The National Poisons Information Centre (NPIC) is currently reviewing its policies. » read more

Minister Kathleen Lynch launches General Practice Minor Surgery Research Network Project

The research project aims to standardise the provision of minor surgery procedures in general practices. » read more

ICGP submission on proposed changes to the Medical Council's draft ethics guide

ICGP feedback on draft ethical guide to professional conduct and ethics for registered medical practitioners. » read more

ICGP supports HSE call for those at risk to get tested for hepatitis

The Irish College of General Practitioners supports the call from the HSE for those at risk of hepatitis in Ireland to get tested. This call was made by the HSE in support of World Hepatitis Day on 28 July 2015. » read more

HSE statement on World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day is an annual event which takes place on 28 July and is endorsed by the World Health Organisation. » read more

Statement re. communication from College membership on the need for inclusivity of all organisations in discussion relating to the future of Irish general practice

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