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RCSI Medicine Graduating Class of 2015
 
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A video from the Medicine graduating class of 2015
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The Science Squad - Do you have what it takes to be a top surgeon?
 
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In this episode of the Science Squad (Series 2), the team visit RCSI's Department of Surgical Affairs, where presenter, Jonathon McCrea will be put through the paces to see if he has what it takes to be a surgeon. It has been acknowledged that certain natural abilities and personality characteristics can influence surgeons' performance. RCSI has adopted and advanced new technologies which have allowed for a move towards more skills lab training involving simulators, where surgical trainees can learn skills in a controlled environment, allowing for safer and accelerated learning. The RCSI team, led by Professor Oscar Traynor, tests Jonathan's natural suitability to a surgical profession, highlighting both the new technology being used in skills labs and the human factors modules that are transforming surgical training. RTÈ's Science Squad is presented by Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain, Kathriona Devereux and Jonathon McCrea.
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Your First Week as an Undergraduate student at RCSI
 
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Take a look at this video which shows you a brief summary of what your first week at RCSI will entail. Orientation Week is an action packed few days where our newest undergraduate Medicine, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy students get to know their way around the College and get to know their lecturers and fellow students. This runs in tangent with Fresher's Week so there is a lot going on.. Have a look here
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A day in the life at RCSI
 
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Founded in 1784 to train surgeons, RCSI is home to Ireland’s largest medical school and one of the most international medical schools in the world. We are the only specialist health sciences higher education institution in Ireland and offer Undergraduate degree programmes in Medicine, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy.
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Choose Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) at RCSI
 
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RCSI is proud to offer a brand new, integrated five-year MPharm degree programme for students interested in pursuing a career in Pharmacy. Watch our staff members outline the key areas of study within the degree, details of the new programme, international study opportunities and the diverse range of career pathways available for graduates.
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Surface Anatomy - Pleura Lungs (3D)
 
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Looking Back at My Time at RCSI: School of Medicine Class of 2017 share some memories
 
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Watch members of the RCSI School of Medicine Class of 2017 share some of their favourite memories of their time at the College. Looking back also offer some advice to their younger selves as first years. Some RCSI staff and lecturers also share a few anecdotes about our latest graduates...
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Surface Anatomy -  Heart Great Vessels (3D)
 
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Your First Week at RCSI
 
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Were you part of Orientation Week 2017 at RCSI? Here’s a snapshot of how RCSI welcomed more than 540 new students and how we celebrated the start of their journey at the College.
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Graduate Entry Medicine - Shane Carr
 
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Most people see going back to College as another four years of lectures...... If you see it as your necessary next career challenge, then Step Forward and register for our Graduate Entry Medicine Open Day on November 8th at www.rcsi.ie/gem. Here at RCSI we understand your passion for medicine, that burning desire that won't go away and your need to refocus your career. RCSI Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) is an accelerated four year medical degree programme for graduates of other disciplines. From day one, the programme is career-focussed with modules based on the systems of the human body, rather than traditional science subjects, and contact with patients in a hospital setting is introduced at an early stage. RCSI offers unrivalled support to its students on their journey to becoming a doctor with small class sizes, extra tutorials and one-to-one teaching.
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Surface Anatomy - Gluteal region (2D)
 
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Graduate Entry Medicine - Mary Burke
 
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Most people see going back to College as another four years of lectures...... If you see it as your necessary next career challenge, then Step Forward to Graduate Entry Medicine at RCSI. RCSI Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) is an accelerated four year medical degree programme for graduates of other disciplines. From day one, the programme is career-focussed with modules based on the systems of the human body, rather than traditional science subjects, and contact with patients in a hospital setting is introduced at an early stage. RCSI offers unrivalled support to its students on their journey to becoming a doctor with small class sizes, extra tutorials and one-to-one teaching.
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Why study Graduate Entry Medicine at RCSI?
 
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RCSI was the first medical school in the Republic of Ireland to introduce a Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) programme in 2006, enabling students from a range of undergraduate backgrounds to study medicine. Register for our GEM Open Day on Saturday, 14 April: http://bit.ly/RCSIGEM
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24th Carmichael Lecture - "Ryanair - Always Getting Better" by Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair
 
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In this video, the 24th annual Carmichael Lecture, O’Leary speaks about how Ryanair has consolidated its position as Europe’s largest airline and has delivered record growth, by improving its customer experience. It was recorded at RCSI in Dublin on Friday 13th November as part of the Annual RCSI Millin Meeting.
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New Surgical Training Programme
 
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An overview of the New Surgical Training Programme at RCSI
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Surface Anatomy -  Anterior Thigh (2D)
 
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'So You Want to be a Doctor?' - Episode 2 December 2015
 
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Want to know what being a doctor is really like? Then 'So You Want to be a Doctor?' is the show for you... In this video you can get an insight into the lives of a neurosurgeon, a microbiologist and an orthopaedic surgeon by watching this video, the 2nd episode in a new live-streamed video broadcast from RCSI. This three-part interactive series is for second-level students in transition, fifth and sixth year, who may be considering a career as a doctor. This episode features Mr David O'Brien a neurosurgeon, microbiologist Dr Fidelma Fitzpatrick and orthopaedic surgeon Mr James Walsh, all based in Beaumont Hospital. The series is presented by Professor Arnold Hill, Head of the School of Medicine, RCSI and gives a unique insight into what life is really like as a doctor by profiling leading healthcare professionals, all of whom began their career by studying medicine.
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Why study Undergraduate Medicine at RCSI?
 
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As Ireland’s largest medical school and one of the leading health sciences institutions in the world, RCSI has a strong track record of producing well-rounded, global healthcare leaders who make a difference worldwide.
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RCSI's new academic and education building at No 26 York Street, Dublin. Opening Autumn 2017
 
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Opening for to our students this September (2017), RCSI's ten storey education building in the heart of Dublin city centre is a120,000 square foot development which will comprise a world-class surgical and clinical training suite containing a flexible wet lab, mock operating theatre, clinical training wards, standardised patients rooms and task training rooms. It will also include a 540 seat auditorium, a library spanning three floors with 500 study spaces, a sports hall and fitness suite, and has been designed to be both energy efficient and environmentally responsible.
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White Coat Ceremony 2017
 
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The RCSI White Coat Ceremony for incoming 2017 students took place on Tuesday, 5 September. The White Coat Ceremony is undertaken in the first week in College as a common ceremony for all Medicine, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy students and Physician Associates – to mark their new role as student health professionals.
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Kate Straughton, Physician Associate
 
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Kate Straughton is a Physician Associate in the UK. She gives an overview of her role as a Physician Associate
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'So You Want to be a Doctor?' - Episode 1 November 2015
 
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Want to know what being a doctor is really like? Then 'So You Want to be a Doctor?' is the show for you... Get an insight into the lives of an obstetrician, an otolaryngologist and a surgical lecturer by watching this video, the 1st episode in a new live-streamed video broadcast from RCSI. This three-part interactive series is for second-level students in transition, fifth and sixth year, who may be considering a career as a doctor. This episode features Prof Fergal Malone, Obstetrician at the Rotunda Hospital; Dr Emma Tong and Prof James Paul O'Neill of Beaumont Hospital. The series is presented by Professor Arnold Hill, Head of the School of Medicine, RCSI and gives a unique insight into what life is really like as a doctor by profiling leading healthcare professionals, all of whom began their career by studying medicine.
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We Are RCSI
 
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Introduction to the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) - Abridged version
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Surface Anatomy - Wrist Hand (2D)
 
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Improving patient care through professional development for nurses & midwives - Dr Maura Pidgeon
 
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In this the fourth of six video interviews, Dr Maura Pidgeon, CEO of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland, highlights the interdependent relationship between improving patient care outcomes & patient safety and personal & professional development for nurses and midwives. Dr Pidgeon identifies the opportunities for the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery in providing expansive, active, participative and reflective Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and the adult and professional approaches to learning that enable participants to demonstrate the outcomes of their learning.
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RCSI June Conferring 2014 - Eoin Kelleher, Valedictorian Address
 
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250 future doctors from 26 different countries around the world donned caps and gowns to graduate from RCSI on Thursday 5th June. Medical degrees were presented to graduands at the annual conferring ceremony in the Convention Centre, Dublin. At the ceremony, the Valedictorian of the Class of 2014, Eoin Kelleher delivered an address to the audience, which you can view here. The RCSI School of Medicine conferring ceremony sees the largest number of doctors in Ireland graduate each year. The conferring ceremony is a celebration for students and their families who travelled from all over the world to attend the ceremony.
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Surface Anatomy - Anterior Abdominal Wall (2D)
 
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This Is RCSI
 
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This is RCSI's Official YouTube Channel. Founded in 1784, RCSI's mission is to develop healthcare leaders who make a difference worldwide. RCSI is a not-for-profit health sciences organisation which focuses on education and research to drive positive change in all areas of human health worldwide. Take a look at this video to find out more about us. RCSI - DEVELOPING HEALTHCARE LEADERS WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE WORLDWIDE Education Excellence in Surgery, Medicine, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Nursing & Midwifery, Research, Leadership, Postgraduate Studies, Sports & Exercise Medicine, Dentistry, Radiology
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Graduate Entry Medicine - David Horan
 
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Here at RCSI we understand your passion for medicine, that burning desire that won’t go away and your need to refocus your career. Are you ready to Step Forward to a new career as a doctor? Register for Graduate Entry Medicine open day on November 8th 2014 at http://www.rcsi.ie/gem. RCSI Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) is an accelerated four year medical degree programme for graduates of other disciplines. From day one, the programme is career-focussed with modules based on the systems of the human body, rather than traditional science subjects, and contact with patients in a hospital setting is introduced at an early stage.
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Graduate Entry Medicine - Martin Rourke
 
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Most people see going back to College as another four years of lectures...... If you see it as your necessary next career challenge, then Step Forward and register for our Graduate Entry Medicine Open Day on November 8th at www.rcsi.ie/gem. RCSI Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) is an accelerated four year medical degree programme for graduates of other disciplines. From day one, the programme is career-focussed with modules based on the systems of the human body, rather than traditional science subjects, and contact with patients in a hospital setting is introduced at an early stage. RCSI offers unrivalled support to its students on their journey to becoming a doctor with small class sizes, extra tutorials and one-to-one teaching. Take a look at what GEM student, Martin O'Rourke had to say on the programme...
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“Asthma: The what, the who and what’s new in 2017" – Dr Dorothy Ryan | RCSI MyHealth Lecture
 
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Asthma claims, on average, one life per week in Ireland, which has the highest rates of the condition in the world. In this RCSI MyHealth talk, Dr Dorothy Ryan, Consultant Respiratory Physician at Beaumont Hospital addresses this serious disease and discuss treatments and offer some advice of what a patient can do if they are diagnosed with asthma so they can manage their condition better. This lecture was part of the RCSI MyHealth public lecture, entitled “Why Does Lung Disease Have Ireland Fighting For Breath?”, on Wednesday 12th April 2017 in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland on St Stephen’s Green, Dublin
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RCSI - Reeling in the Year 2017
 
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2017 was an incredible year at RCSI. Here's a snapshot of some of the highlights from the College.
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Surface Anatomy - Posterior Neck Triangle (2D)
 
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Graduate Entry Medicine - Tamara Hoban
 
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At RCSI, Graduate Entry Medicine means smaller class sizes and early exposure to hospital patients. Is this for you? Then Step Forward and experience ‘a day in the life’ of a Graduate Entry Medicine student at our open day on November 8th 2014. Register at http://www.rcsi.ie/gem RCSI Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) is an accelerated four year medical degree programme for graduates of other disciplines. From day one, the programme is career-focussed with modules based on the systems of the human body, rather than traditional science subjects, and contact with patients in a hospital setting is introduced at an early stage.
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Surface Anatomy -  Leg & Foot (2D)
 
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RCSI GEM (Graduate Entry Medicine) Open Day
 
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RCSI GEM (Graduate Entry Medicine) Open Day film for prospective students, featuring current RCSI GEP students, clinical and academic staff. "A day in the life of an RCSI GEP Student".
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RCSI MiniMed Open Lecture Series 2013/2014 - 'Everything you need to know about Strokes'
 
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This lecture, entitled the 'Everything you need to know about strokes' by Professor David Williams, Consultant in Stroke Medicine, Beaumont Hospital was recorded in the O'Flanagan Lecture Theatre, RCSI on 30th October 2013. This talk will give viewers an understanding of stroke, why they happen, what to do when they do happen, the management of stroke in the hospital setting and the support structures and rehabilitation services available to patients who have suffered a stroke. The talk will also give an overview of recent developments in the management of acute stroke, in addition to recent developments in stroke care in Ireland.
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Dr Bennet Omalu receives an Honorary Doctorate from RCSI & addresses the Medical Class of 2017
 
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At RCSI’s Class of 2017 School of Medicine Conferring Ceremony, the 8th Honorary Doctorate of the College was awarded to Dr Bennet Omalu. Dr Omalu is a forensic pathologist / neuropathologist who discovered brain disease caused by concussion. Dr Omalu’s life and research inspired the book and film ‘Concussion’ after he discovered a disease he named Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). The renowned actor, Will Smith, portrayed Dr Omalu in the film. Dr Omalu discovered CTE in high impact contact sports athletes when he performed autopsies and examined the brains of American football players and World Wrestling Entertainment wrestlers. His work resulted in the understanding of traumatic brain injury and how repetitive and innocuous impacts to the head, can result in permanent brain damage and dementia. Dr Omalu then addresses the School of Medicine graduating class of 2017 as part of the ceremony.
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Graduate Entry Medicine - Sinead Spencer
 
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Thinking of a career in medicine? Do you want a career that is challenging from day one? Then Step Forward into the only singularly focused medicine and health sciences Graduate Entry course in Ireland with RCSI. Visit http://www.rcsi.ie/gem RCSI Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) is an accelerated four year medical degree programme for graduates of other disciplines. From day one, the programme is career-focussed with modules based on the systems of the human body, rather than traditional science subjects, and contact with patients in a hospital setting is introduced at an early stage. RCSI offers unrivalled support to its students on their journey to becoming a doctor with small class sizes, extra tutorials and one-to-one teaching. Take a look at what GEM student, Sinead Spencer had to say on the programme...
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Surface Anatomy - Axilla The Breast (2D)
 
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“Knocking Out Concussion in Sport” – Dr Bennet Omalu | RCSI MyHealth Lecture
 
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This lecture was given by Dr Bennet Omalu, a forensic pathologist / neuropathologist who discovered a brain disease, brought on by concussions and blows to the head from high impact sports, he named Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). The talk is entitled ‘Knocking Out Concussion in Sport’ and Dr Omalu speaks about his life and research which inspired the book and film ‘Concussion’, where he was played by Will Smith. Dr Omalu discovered CTE in high impact contact sports athletes when he performed autopsies and examined the brains of American football players and World Wrestling Entertainment wrestlers. His work resulted in the understanding of traumatic brain injury and how repetitive and innocuous impacts to the head, can result in permanent brain damage and dementia. Watch this video where he issues a stark warning to those who play such high impact sports and to parents whose children may play such sports.
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Surface Anatomy - Posterior Thigh Popliteal Fossa (3D)
 
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Surface Anatomy - Axilla -  The Breast (3D)
 
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The Science Squad - Growing Bones
 
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In this episode, the Science Squad visit Professor Fergal O'Brien, Professor of Bioengineering and Regenerative Medicine and Head of the Tissue Engineering Research Group in RCSI, and his team of researchers, who have developed a new organic material which harnesses the body's own regenerative power to repair damaged bones and cartilage. SurgaColl Technologies, a spin-out company from the group has licensed these technologies with the aim of treating patients with the technologies in the next couple of years. RTÈ's Science Squad is presented by Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain, Kathriona Devereux and Jonathon McCrea.
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RCSI People - Admissions Office
 
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In March 2013 RCSI Admissions Office invited Medical students from Ireland, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Trinidad & Tobago to talk about their RCSI experience.
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RCSI Time Capsule Project
 
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RCSI has created a ‘Time Capsule' art installation that aims to capture the hopes and expectations of the Class of 2017. The installation is located in No. 26 York Street, RCSI's new state-of-the-art building in Dublin city centre. The project, by artist Vanessa Donoso López and curator Clodagh Kenny, consists of clay bullae, with each one representing an individual time capsule, unique and personalised to each student. The Time Capsule installation will remain intact over the next 40 years of the 2017 graduates' careers, until the 2057 class reunion when the bulla/ time capsules will be opened by the alumni, revealing the career and life reflections that each had when graduating back in 2017.
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Launch of the RCSI/COSECSA/Irish Aid Mobile Surgical Skills Unit
 
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In July 2014, a Mobile Surgical Skills Unit set sail from RCSI in Dublin to Tanzania, equipped with surgical training technology such as Virtual Reality simulators, to train surgical trainees in hospitals across five of the ten COSECSA countries, namely: Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania. The unit, which can accommodate ten surgical trainees at one time and will deliver surgical training to world-class standards, was launched by then Minister of State for Trade and Development, Mr Joe Costello. This initiative is part of a well-established partnership between RCSI, Irish Aid and the College of Surgeons of East, Central and Southern Africa (COSECSA).
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What makes RCSI a Great Place to Work?
 
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Take a look at RCSI's video entry to the Great Places to Work competition, 2015
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'So You Want to be a Doctor?' - Episode 3 January 2016
 
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Are you considering studying medicine and want to know what a career as a doctor is really like? Then 'So You Want to be a Doctor?' is the show for you... Get an insight into the lives of a General Practitioner (or GP for short) – Professor Susan Smith; Gastroenterologist, Professor Frank Murray; Nuerosurgeon – Professor Ciaran Bolger and a Breast Surgeon – Professor Arnold Hill (who is also our presenter and Head of the RCSI School of Medicine). This is the final episode of a three-part interactive series is for second-level students in transition, fifth and sixth year, who may be considering a career as a doctor. It gives viewers a unique insight into what life is really like as a doctor by profiling leading healthcare professionals, all of whom began their career by studying medicine.
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