The advocate: Pushing for best standards in psychiatry

Paul Mulholland talks to President of the College of Psychiatrists of Ireland Dr John Hillery about the challenges facing the College and the profession. This article was written by Paul Mulholland and was published in the The Medical Independent on 6th April 2017. In only two years’ time, the College of Psychiatrists of Ireland will […]

HSE Research Awards on Ageing 2017

Theme:  Health Inequities and Inequalities as we Age in Ireland Call announcement: 31st May 2016 Expression of Interest Submission Deadline: 28th June 2017 (12 noon) Application Submission Deadline: 6th September 2017 (12 noon)   What is the purpose of these Research Awards? The purpose of the HSE Research Awards on Ageing is ‘to enhance population […]

Twitter takeover for Green Ribbon month

Members of the public can engage informally with psychiatrists this Green Ribbon month through the CPsychI 3rd annual Twitter Q&A session on Wednesday evening, 31st May at 7pm. For 2 hours (between 7pm and 9pm) Consultant Psychiatrists Dr Miriam Kennedy and Dr Jennifer Hoblyn will take charge of the @GreenRibbonIRL Twitter account to engage with people about […]

Suicide rates are falling – but how can we get them to zero?

We need to improve the services that look after children with mental health difficulties, a leading Irish expert in mental health care says. This article was written by Gráinne Ní Aodha and published on thejournal.ie on 21/05/2017 In six years, the rate of suicide in Ireland has fallen by 20%. That doesn’t mean it’s now […]

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