I am delighted to be writing to you on the end of a successful year for Surgical Training, everyone should take great pride in what they have achieved this year and always remember that what you do on a daily basis has a really positive impact on patient’s lives.
The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, (RCSI) is among Ireland’s foremost health science institutions being one of its oldest Colleges (1784) and newest Universities (2019). As one of the four Surgical Royal Colleges, it has responsibility for training and professional development of surgeons in Ireland.
Are you interested in doing a Research Fellowship in Surgical trials? Join the RCSI-National Surgical Research Support Centre (NSRSC) team to gain valuable experience in all aspects of Trial management, an MSc in Clinical Trials Methodology and do your own surgical trial.
The RCSI National Surgical Research Support Centre (NSRSC) has been established to support surgical trial activity in Ireland. To achieve this the RCSI-NSRSC have launched an International Collaborative Surgical Trial call to support the participation of Irish sites in International surgical trials.
Dr Dara O’Keeffe, Simulation Lead in Postgraduate Surgical Education, RCSI was recently interviewed by Newstalk on the Tech Talk with Jess Kelly about the advancements of robotic surgery within surgical training.
The School of Postgraduate Studies is delighted to announce that the MD/PhD by prior publication programmes are now open to research active RCSI staff (at any of our campuses), RCSI Honorary Appointments, RCSI Trainees, Members or Fellows and now RCSI Alumni.