Reports and Publications by ICGP Staff

Please click here for the publications involving ICGP Research Staff

Research Reports & Publications

Finding a Future Path

Career Intentions of GP Trainees and Recent GP Graduates - Report of the 2019 Survey » read more

NIHS Research Bulletin, Spring 2020

A Call for Abstracts for the Spring 2020 edition of the National Institute of Health Sciences Research Bulletin is currently being made. » read more

Making Every Consultation Count

In Ireland, 76% of all deaths are due to chronic diseases. A variety of lifestyle related risk factors represent some of the main causes of chronic diseases. » read more

Health Status of Syrian Refugees in Ireland

As a response to the humanitarian crisis in Syria, the Irish government has agreed to accept up to 4,000 refugees for resettlement in Ireland in the upcoming years. » read more

Sexual Health Services in Ireland: A Survey of General Practice

This report provides information on the provision of sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing and treatment services and contraception services by general practitioners (GPs) in Ireland. » read more

Gonorrhoea Diagnosis and Management in Primary Care in Ireland

Authors: Ms Marié T. O'Shea, Dr Miriam Daly and Dr Claire Collins » read more

ICGP Career Survey Report 2017

Is the face of Irish general practice changing? A survey of GP trainees and recent GP graduates 2017 » read more

Publications involving ICGP research staff

The following is a list of publications involving ICGP research staff from 2014-2019 » read more

Minor Surgery Accreditation Research Project

Authors: Ailís ní Riain and Claire Collins
Year: 2016 » read more

Domestic Violence During Pregnancy – GP Survey Report

Authors: Ms Marié T. O'Shea, Dr Claire Collins, Dr Ailís Ni Riain and Dr Miriam Daly » read more

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