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Quality in Practice Sub Committee releases new and updated publications

'Helping Patients with Alcohol Problems – A Guide for Primary Care Staff' and 'Quality Improvement Award Winners 2007-2014' » read more

European Antibiotic Awareness Day 2014

Doctors and vets urged to take a more critical look before prescribing antibiotics as antibiotic resistance remains one of the biggest global threats to public health. » read more

Launch of to combat overuse of antibiotics, developed by the HSE in partnership with GPs and pharmacists, offers straightforward advice on how to get through common illnesses without antibiotics. » read more

Surge in registrations for Healthmail: secure clinical email

Healthmail went live on Monday November 10th and experienced a huge number of applications from GPs. » read more

ICGP statement: Access to diagnostics underpins health inequalities in Ireland

Access to diagnostics was highlighted, in a report which the ICGP published in May 2013, as the key factor behind health inequalities in Ireland. » read more

ICGP announces new auditing tools for GPs

'Heart finder' tools will improve the auditing of heart disease in general practice. » read more

ICGP pre-budget submission 2015

The ICGP has published its pre-budget submission for Budget 2015. » read more

ICGP NEGs Programme to host this year's Vasco da Gama Forum

Dates: 20 and 21 February 2015. Theme: 'Family Medicine 2.0: Innovation and Awareness' » read more

Report on GP survey 'Taking the Pulse of General Practice'

GPs are encouraged to discuss on the published results of a survey "created by GPs for GPs" which ran from 22 August until 5 September 2014. » read more

Irish general practice infographic

Following a motion from the ICGP Cork Faculty to the ICGP AGM and subsequent discussions at a recent board meeting, the ICGP has created an infographic to depict on one page, the status of general practice in Ireland for use by GPs and faculties. » read more