WiMIN

  • 3rd February, 2020

Dr Sarah Fitzgibbon is a GP in Cork who qualified from UCC in 2000. In 2014 she was diagnosed with liver metastases from bowel cancer and she started to write about her experiences as a patient in her blog, Adventures of a Sick Doctor. Since her diagnosis she has taken to throwing herself

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Welfare – CBT

  • 26th December, 2019

A big thank you to Dr. Paul Deasy, GP with a masters in CBT, who gave an excellent workshop on CBT equipping us with both some personal and some professional skills to use in the management of anxiety and panic.

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Speciality Talks

  • 26th December, 2019

A big thank you to Dr. Maeve Durkan, Endocrinologist, who gave us an overview of life in her speciality and who taught us about the amazing and exciting advancements in diabetes on World Diabetes Day!

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Welfare

  • 26th December, 2019

We are so proud of our welfare officer Kieran Fitzgerald who collaborated with many other societies on making this TransHealthcare event possible. Thank you Kieran!

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Movember 2019

  • 26th December, 2019

More than 1,600 euro was raised this year by the hairs on our upper lips for Men's Health!! We are so incredibly proud of both the efforts and the support that UCC Students have given us this year!

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MedCup 2019

  • 26th December, 2019

After 3 months of tense competition between the year groups our winners of MedCup 2019 are the final year girls and the second year boys. The training starts now for MedCup 2020!!

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Medball Secrets of the Sea

  • 19th November, 2019

29th of November Rochestown Park Hotel

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Clinical Social

  • 23rd August, 2019

Join us in Cissie Young's this coming Wednesday (28th of August 2019) at 7.30pm for socialising and a few free nibbles!!

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A big thank you to all the First, Second and Final years who turned up today to help us film our Medicine survival guides.

  • 9th October, 2015

We hope Podge's chocolate made up for our amateur camera skills and technological illiteracy and we thank Mr. Kevin Conlon, for his superhero like sprint to his house to save the day when our camera battery died!!

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