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The Academy of Medicine was formed over 100 years ago. Prior to this there had been medical societies; each catering for a different branch of medicine but they overlapped one another. For many years wide-ranging discussions had been held on how best to bring these bodies together so that they would have the advantage of union yet

preserve their independence. In the event a solution was found. In November 1882 in the Royal College of Surgeons an Academy was formed by the amalgamation of the four main medical societies - the Dublin Society of Surgeons, the Medical Society of the College of Physicians, the Pathological Society and the Dublin Obstetrical Society.

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RAMI Research Awards 2021

07/06/2022 6:00pm in Royal College of Physicians of Ireland



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Mary Kirwan, Blanaid Mee, Niamh Clarke, Aoife Tanaka, Lino Manaloto, Emma Halpin, Una Gibbons, Ann Cullen, Sarah McGarrigle, Elisabeth M. Connolly, Kathleen Bennett, Eoin Gaffney, Ciaran Flanagan, Laura Tier, Richard Flavin & Noel G. McElvaney

What GDPR and the Health Research Regulations (HRRs) mean for Ireland: “explicit consent”—a legal analysis_Open Access

30/07/2020


Blanaid Mee, Mary Kirwan, Niamh Clarke, Aoife Tanaka, Lino Manaloto, Emma Halpin, Una Gibbons, Ann Cullen, Sarah McGarrigle, Elisabeth M Connolly, Kathleen Bennett, Eoin Gaffney, Ciaran Flanagan, Laura Tier, Richard Flavin & Noel G. McElvaney

What GDPR and the Health Research Regulations (HRRs) mean for Ireland: a research perspective_Open Access

29/07/2020


Ali Yılmaz,  Cem Mirili,  Salim Başol Tekin, Mehmet Bilici 

The ratio of hemoglobin to red cell distribution width predicts survival in patients with gastric cancer treated by neoadjuvant FLOT: a retrospective study

12/12/2019

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