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 […]

Call for Abstracts – Winter Conference 2017

The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland invites abstract submissions from all non-consultant psychiatrists, medical students and interns for Poster & Oral Presentation. Applicants will be informed whether their abstract has been accepted or not within two weeks of the closing date. The posters will be displayed over both days. The Oral presentations will be scheduled […]

Netflix ‘To The Bone’ stimulates much needed conversation about Eating Disorders

Before you continue reading if you are concerned that you or a friend could be suffering with an eating disorder please visit our Public Information page for more information on eating disorders or visit the BodyWhys website. While controversial and potentially triggering, the recent release of To The Bone on Netflix, a feature length film about a […]

Poll shows overwhelming support for government action to curb alcohol marketing that appeals to young people

82% of people who support this action are Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil supporters The poll, conducted by Ireland Thinks, between 12 and 16th June among a sample of 1,300 adults across the country, found that the public would support stronger regulation of alcohol marketing than is proposed in the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill. Notably, […]

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