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News and events
The RCSI School of Pharmacy enjoyed considerable success at the annual RCSI Research Day held on March 9th 2017 with a number of prizes awarded the School's active postgraduate researchers.
RCSI hosts interprofessional education study day for pharmacists and physiotherapists on adherence in patients with COPD
How Can We Improve Adherence To Help Patients With Chronic Respiratory Disease? An Interprofessional Study Day for Pharmacists and Physiotherapists, hosted by the School of Pharmacy in collaboration with the School of Physiotherapy, was held in RCSI on February 3rd 2017.
A research study examining the relationship between high-risk drinking, personal income, place of purchase and price paid for alcohol, led by the RCSI School of Pharmacy's Gráinne Cousins, entitled Potential impact of minimum unit pricing for alcohol in Ireland: Evidence from the National Alcohol Diary Study, was published in the journal Alcohol and Alcoholism.
The RCSI School of Pharmacy was delighted to welcome its first graduates back to the college for the School's inaugural Alumni reunion event which honoured the Class of 2006 upon the 10-year anniversary of their graduation.
Graduate Entry Pharmacy Open Evening to be held in RCSI on Tuesday, 22 November.
The RCSI School of Pharmacy was proud to be nominated for a Clanwilliam Pharmacist Award 2016 in the Pharmacist-led Team Award category.
RCSI School of Pharmacy welcomes International Pharmacy Commencement Programme student for campus visit
17 students participating in the International Pharmacy Commencement Programme (IPCP) and English Language Programme (ELP) in IT Tralee were welcomed by RCSI's School of Pharmacy for a campus visit on Thursday, 13 October.
On 8 October, the School of Pharmacy hosted the Professional Registration Examination (PRE) as part of its delivery of the National Pharmacy Internship Programme (NPIP) on behalf of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (PSI).
A patient focus group discussion entitled The DRIVE Patient Panel was held in RCSI on 28 July 2016.
Four RCSI pharmacy students, Graham English, Jennifer Howell, Ian Kelly and Jessica Spain, have travelled to Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy (BGCOP) for three months as part of our ongoing Erasmus programme.
RCSI School of Pharmacy are pleased to welcome our first students participating in the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility programme.
Approximately 100 delegates attended the 38th All Ireland Schools of Pharmacy Research Conference hosted by RCSI and supported by AbbVie on 21 and 22 March 2016
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25 students participating in the International Medical Commencement Programme (IPCP) and English Language Programme (ELP) in IT Tralee were welcomed by the School of Pharmacy for a two-day site visit on 12 and 13 November.
In the second of our two-part series from our final year study abroad programme at the Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy, read what Fajer Yousef has had to say below about her experience in Tennessee.
The School of Pharmacy's Clinical Associate Professor Brian Cleary has accepted the 2015 HRB Healthcare Innovation Award at the IMSTA Med-Tech Awards for the development of THROMBOCALC, a new electronic tool, produced in the Rotunda Hospital, which identifies pregnant women at risk of complications from blood clots.
Sarah-Kate Murphy, one of two final year BSc (Pharm) students, recently arrived in East Tennessee State University for a month-long study exchange programme in the Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy.
In December 2014 the Irish Minister for Health, with the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (PSI), launched the new five-year Master of Pharmacy Programme (MPharm) with the goal of helping future pharmacists better meet the changing needs of the healthcare system.
In the second of our students blogs from the International Research Summer School in Soochow University, hear what 2nd year Pharmacy student Nessa Quinn has had to say about her summer in China below.
Eoin Coughlan, a 3rd year Pharmacy student in RCSI is one of six students participating in the first International Research Summer School exchange between RCSI and Soochow University.
RCSI has a relatively small campus of approximately 3,000 students, located in Dublin city centre. Among its many advantages are its enviable international reputation, its singular focus on programmes related to the health sciences and the fact that class sizes are small and tuition is personal.
RCSI's first International Research Summer School (IRSS) takes place this summer at RCSI's Dublin campus and at the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Soochow University (SU) in Suzhou, China.
The 2015 British Pharmacological Society Bill Bowman Lecture was held in RCSI on 21 April.
Minister for Health Leo Varadkar is keen to see Irish pharmacists prescribing medicines, he told community pharmacists at the 2015 IPU Conference held in Killarney on 24-26 April.
RCSI was pleased to welcome Ms. Hiroko Ikeda from Hoshi University, Tokyo to the college to discuss her work and the possibilities of potential collaborative activities between RCSI and Hoshi University.
RCSI signed a Memorandum of Academic and Research Collaboration (MARC) with Soochow University (SU) which will see both institutions promote academic collaboration for teaching, innovative scientific research, student training, and technology development over the next five years.
The School of Pharmacy was delighted to welcome Irene Tsui and Julie Wheeler ...
The School of Pharmacy was proud to host a coffee morning on 26 February to mark the opening of the School's new premises in Ardilaun House, St Stephen's Green.
The rational use of benzodiazepines and other types of anti-anxiety medication was the focus of the RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) MiniMed Lecture Series held in the college on 25 February
Congratulations to Professor Sally Ann Cryan, School of Pharmacy and RCSI pharmacy alumnus, Jonathon Morrissey (Class of 2009) on their success at the recent 10th annual Helix Health Pharmacist Awards.