Dear Editor, Congratulations to Prof Ted Dinan and his team at UCC on discovering and developing a new paradigm for our understanding of schizophrenia (‘Gut bacteria may hold key to schizophrenia’, Irish Medical Times, October 31, 2014).
Dear Editor, I am a medical historian and Irish Research Council Postgraduate Scholar at the Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland, the School of History and Archives in University College Dublin.
Dear Editor, I am writing to thank Dr Ciaran Leonard for his contribution to the desire to address some of the emotional aspects of medicine
Dear Editor, We wish to commend IMT, and Mr Lloyd Mudiwa, for raising awareness of the newly proposed pay scales for streamlined specialist training programmes (‘No pay cuts for NCHDs — HSE’, October 24, 2014).
Dear Editor, A pipe burst in a doctor’s house. He called a plumber. The plumber arrived, repaired the leak and handed the doctor a bill for €600.
Dear Editor, Dr Muiris Houston, writing in Irish Medical Times on October 17 last, draws attention to the implications of the recent close vote against a proper enquiry into the IMO CEO scandal and concludes that the fallout is far from over
Dear Editor, I refer to the recent pictures you published of the Minister for Health and his two senior HSE staff ready to get the flu vaccine in their right upper arms (‘Healthcare workers are urged to get flu vaccination’, IMT, October 17, 2014). The odds of all three being left-handed are up to 1,000/1 […]
Dear Colleagues, I am writing this appeal to request one consultation fee to support the families of the victims of Ebola and those in quarantine in Makeni, Sierra Leone.
Dear Editor, My commendations to Dr Patricia Black for her letter (‘Doctors and society cannot ignore the issue of aggressive patients’, IMT 10/10/14). It is on such matters I often wish you had a forum for debate wherein a ‘username’ would dilute the exposure to personal attack.