Transition Year MiniMed programme at RCSI

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Transition year student are invited to attend the Transition Year MiniMed programme at RCSI and experience what it is like to train and work as a healthcare professional.

The virtual programme takes place from Monday, 28 February to Friday, 4 March and is open to all Transition Year students to take part.

All sections of the programme are carried out by leading professionals in their respective areas with a wide variety of topics – including general practice, heart surgery, pathology, paediatrics, forensic medicine, transplants, obstetrics and gynaecology, pharmacy and physiotherapy being covered during the programme.

Transition Year MiniMed programme at RCSI

  • The event will take place virtually between 28 February – 4 March 2022. Medicine will take place from Monday to Wednesday, followed by Pharmacy on Thursday, and Physiotherapy on Friday.
  • All students who have registered will receive the programme and instructions on how to join the week before the programme commences.
  • The programme will run from approximately 9am until 1pm each day.


The SPHeRE PhD Programme in Population Health and Health-services Research (PHHSR) aspires to cultivate world-class researchers through a four-year structured PhD Programme. The SPHeRE Programme can also be undertaken over a longer time period on a part-time, self-funded basis. The Programme is a joint initiative of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Trinity College Dublin and University College Cork. We welcome applicants with an interest in carrying out research on population health and/or health services in the Irish context and from a wide range of academic and clinical disciplines, including public health, health psychology, health economics, health policy, general practice, biostatistics, health geography and social science among others.

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  1. Edel Matthews 13/10/2022 at 14:23

    My Daughter Anna is interested in completing the TY mini med programme at RCSI . She starts translon year in sept 2023? What is the best way to put her name forward for this programme?
    Many thanks for your support
    kind regards

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