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COVID 19: Newsletter Series #3

COVID 19: Newsletter Series #3

In the latest edition of our COVID 19: Newsletter Series, we listen to the most recent release by Science Weekly where host Sarah Boseley, joined by Infectious Diseases and Professor in Vaccinology, Helen McShane, discusses one of many possible paths researchers are...

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Primary Care & Covid19 – The Next Steps

Primary Care & Covid19 – The Next Steps

As we start to think about the next stages of the fight against Covid19 we are expecting that we will see a form of “normal service” return to the Primary Care and the General Practice area over the next few weeks and months.  We’ve heard that it is widely the case...

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COVID 19: Newsletter Series #2

This week we have jumped into the Guardian’s latest release of Science Weekly to get an insight into how vulnerable asthma patients are during this pandemic. Regular Science Weekly host Nicola Davis is joined by Dr Andrew Whittamore – Clinical Lead at Asthma UK....

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COVID 19: Newsletter Series #1

During these trying and testing times, each week the Match Medics team will be sharing a piece with you to keep you informed and entertained. We hope to bring you a mix of news from the front line straight from the experts themselves, top tips on managing your body...

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IELTS or OET? Which one should you do…

IELTS or OET? Which one should you do…

Considering a medical career move to Ireland? Alongside with getting IMC registered, another decision you have to make is whether you do the IELTS or the OET exam. Confused? Let’s make things a bit simpler for you. There are two exam options which you can choose...

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Moving to Ireland

Moving to Ireland

After qualifying from medical school and gaining a number of years’ experience in the local health system, it’s hard to ignore the ever present thought of moving abroad to gain new medical experience, live in a foreign country and create new personal relationships....

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When the sun says goodbye?

When the sun says goodbye?

Not that we were blessed with much sunshine in Ireland this year I think it’s safe to say it has now gone for the remaining of this year. So, unless you have an awesome holiday planned in a hot country we all know what happens. Our bodies need multiple vitamins, but...

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How to survive night shifts?

How to survive night shifts?

  Unless you’re a night owl, you probably dread when your round of night shifts appear on the rota. Worry not, we have some great ideas on how you can tackle them and still stay fit and healthy. Sleep – Night’s shifts interrupt your natural pattern of sleeping so...

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Good reads in the sunshine…

Going away to catch some sunshine? If you’re looking for a book to read while you enjoy the sun and put your feet up why not consider some of the below most recommended books for nurses. I Wasn’t Strong Like This When I Started Out: True Strories of Becoming a Nurse...

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