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MICGP Examination

Contact

Muriosa Prendergast 
Email: micgpexam@icgp.ie
Tel: 01 6763705

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Registration for the MICGP Autumn Exams has now closed.

  • CCT Examination – Saturday 23 November – Croke Park

Registration for the MICGP Spring Summer Exams is now open and will remain open till 31 January 2020.

Places for all examinations are allocated in order of date of registration and fee payment.

Please note: The CKT is restricted to those in Year 2 onwards. The MEQ and CCT exams are restricted to those who have completed a minimum of 6 months as a GP Registrar and are in their third year of training. 

Handbook

Please click here to access the MICGP 2020 Handbook.

Key Dates

2020

  • March Written Papers (MEQ and CKT) – Tuesday 03 of March 2020
  • Summer CCT Exam – Thursday 21 and Friday 22 of May 2020
  • September MEQ Exam – Saturday 05 of September 2020
  • November Graduation – Saturday 07 of November 2020
  • November CCT Exam – Saturday 21 of November 2020

Handbook

The MICGP Handbook 2020 will be published in early September.

Contact

 Queries should be directed by email to muriosa.prendergast@icgp.ie.

Graduation Ceremony 

  • Date: Saturday 02 November
  • Venue: Convention Center Dublin
  • Time: Ceremony starts at 15.00
  • Social media: #ICGPGraduation2019

Ellard Eppel Trophy

Ellard Eppel was born in May 1923 in Dublin where he obtained his primary and secondary education. He attended Trinity College Medical School graduating in 1949 and then trained in the Richmond and Rotunda Hospitals. He particularly enjoyed Midwifery (Midder) carrying out home deliveries in the surrounding district, which was the practice at the time. Later, it was not unusual for him to attend the birth of a baby whose mother he had also delivered.

He married Beth Abrahamson in 1947. She was his confidante, advisor and love of his life for their entire 55 year marriage. They had four children.

After initially setting up practice in Walkinstown, an area then developing near Dublin, he moved the surgery to Kimmage where he was to practice as a GP for the next 50 years. He served as Vice Chairman of the Irish Red Cross, and was President of the Dublin Jewish Board of Guardians, the Terenure Hebrew Congregation and the Dublin Jewish Students Union and was a member of the Irish Council of Christians and Jews and Medical Council. He was elected to the Council of the Irish Medical Association and was instrumental in helping to amalgamate that organisation with the Irish Medical Union to form the Irish Medical Organisation of which he later was a trustee. In 1991 he became President of the Irish College of General Practitioners, which he considered the highest accolade that a General Practitioner could receive. He was keenly aware of the relationship between societal ills and health and encouraged the College to undertake research projects amongst the population. 

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