Watch recorded lectures from our 2019 annual conference
Register here to access 14 fascinating talks
St Luke's Symposium, our annual conference, took place from 17 - 19 October 2019. Over 700 attendees enjoyed a wide variety of interesting, often humorous, talks and we are delighted to make a selection of recordings available to watch online.
Book now to access these 14 videos in our virtual learning environment, RCPI Brightspace.
Talks from our Advanced Masterclass
Approved for 1 CPD credit each | Up to 9 CPD credits available
Hear the latest evidence and advice on issues such as brief interventions, allergies, medical humanities, gender neutral HPV vaccination and adolescent cannabis use.
There are nine lectures available to watch online and each one is approved for 1 CPD credit. You will be issued with a separate CPD certificate for each talk once you have watched it and completed a short evaluation.
- What's allergy and what's not? Dr Niall Conlon, Head of Department and Consultant Immunologist at the Department of Immunology, St James’s Hospital
- Introduction to Medicine and the Humanities, Professor Des O’Neill, Professor of Medical Gerontology in Trinity College Dublin and Consultant Geriatrician at Tallaght University Hospital
- Making Every Contact Count, Dr Orlaith O’Reilly, National Clinical Advisor and Group Programme Lead for Health and Wellbeing at the HSE
- Pregnancy for Physicians, Dr Jennifer Donnelly, Consultant Obstetrician, Rotunda Hospital
- Drug rash, Dr Rosalind Hughes
- Prescribing issues, Dr Paul Gallagher
- ICU Medicine, Dr Enda O'Connor
- Gender Neutral HPV vaccine, Professor James Paul O’Neill, Professor of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery at Beaumont Hospital and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
- Adolescent alcohol and cannabis use: looking beyond the smoke and mirrors, Dr Bobby Smyth, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at Cherry Orchard Hospital
Talks from the Future of Medicine
Hear from Paul Reid, Director General of the HSE, Professor Jackie Taylor, President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow and more.
These lectures are eligible for Personal Learning CPD credits only. You will not receive a CPD certificate for watching them.
- The future workforce – preparing for digital disruption and new challenges - Dr Cían Hughes, Health Informatics Lead at Google
- Modern practice issues - Professor Jackie Taylor, President, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow
- Modern health system challenges - Paul Reid, Director General of the HSE
- Artificial Intelligence and Health - Dr Greg Martin
- Future shock: Precision Medicine is Good Medicine - Dr Dermot Kelleher, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Vice-President, Health, University of British Columbia