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RCGP Vibrant Faculty Award 2019

The Royal College of General Practitioners is running an Inter Faculty Competition on Innovative Care & Education. » read more

SPHeRE Network Conference 2020 - Abstract Submissions Opening

Deadline for abstract subimissions is Friday, 8th November at 5pm. » read more

Call for Papers / Posters: Rural Health and Care Conference 2019

The closing date for paper / poster applications is 20th September 2019. » read more

Ophthalmology Section Meeting

The Section of Ophthalmology of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland will hold their Winter meeting on Friday 29th November 2019 in the Chartered Accountants House, 47, Pearse Street, Dublin 2 » read more

Jacqueline Horgan Bronze Medal Meeting

Epidemiology and Public Health Medicine Section, Jacqueline Horgan Bronze Medal Meeting » read more

RAMI Research Awards

The Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland in association with the Irish Journal of Medical Science invites you to submit your published paper to the RAMI Research Awards. » read more

RAMI Student Research Medal and Awards 2019

Only those with RAMI Membership can submit an abstract(s) for the RAMI Student Research Medal and Awards 2019 event. The closing date is Monday 16th September 2019, up to 9am (GMT). » read more

Expiration of Transition Period under the Health Research Regulations for a health research project that commenced prior to 7 August 2018

Deadline reminder - The Health Research Regulations made under the Data Protection Act 2018 came into effect on
August 7th, 2018 » read more

MECC Audit Award

Making Every Contact Count (MECC) in terms of monitoring risk factors such as smoking, alcohol, exercise, BMI or blood pressure has been shown to be beneficial to patients. The award recognises improvements or innovations tackling any of these chronic disease risk factors. » read more

John Carroll Rural Doctor Research Bursary

The John Carroll Rural Doctor Research Bursary 2019 is now open. The grant is specifically offered for general practice research focused on a topic related to practicing as a rural GP or in a rural area carried out by a GP or GP Trainee. » read more

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