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Press Statement: Committee on Future of Mental Health Care told psychiatrist posts in Ireland currently at 50% below the required amount: High trainee satisfaction levels yet low take up in posts here

President of the College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Dr John Hillery, addressed the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Future of Mental care on Wednesday 7th March 2018, on the issue of recruitment and retention of psychiatrists and trainee psychiatrists to Mental Health Services.   The Committee heard that Ireland ranks behind most other European countries (17th […]

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Members Only: Annual Spring Conference 2018 Photos

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Psychiatry Section HST & BST Competition – Call for Abstracts

The CPsychI Faculty of Academic Psychiatry is pleased to announce that it is joining with the Psychiatry Section of the Royal Academy in Ireland (RAMI) to co-host the Psychiatry Section HST & BST Competition. Please note the closing date has been extended by one week to Wednesday 2nd May 2018. The Psychiatry division of the […]

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Can we afford not to support our carers?

Ireland’s long-suffering family carers urgently need a break, writes Catherine Cox for Independent.ie Carers don’t want our praise or pity. They don’t want to be patronised or indeed canonised. They are not saints. They are ordinary people who are struggling to care for their loved ones without the supports they so desperately need. Carers are […]

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