News and updates from dotMD

dotMD 2018 Programme Announced

By Ronan Kavanagh | Sep 24, 2017

The 2018 dotMD meeting will take place on Friday March 9th 2018 in Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin. Registration will open Friday October 27th 2017 on dotMD 2018 Topics covered at dotMD 2018 include medical burnout, Buddhism, psychosomatic illness, an exploration of the world of trans-humanism, doctors as writers, and some thoughts on the downsides of…

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Photos from dotMD17

By Ronan Kavanagh | Apr 5, 2017

A selection of photos from this year’s event at Smock Alley.

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DotMD 2017 Student Scholars Announced

By Ronan Kavanagh | Jan 28, 2017

We are happy to announce the Student Scholars who will be attending dotMD 2017! This opportunity is made possible through generous sponsorship from Boston Scientific Ireland. The 10 successful candidates are: Reiltin Ni Theimhneain Richard Prendiville Caoimhe Curran Jamie McGettigan Eimear Duff Salim Sebaoui Caoimhe Maguire Miray Unal Emily Pender Fiachra Maguire Congratulations everyone! We’re…

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Calling All Students! dotMD 2017 Student Scholarships Announced.

By Ronan Kavanagh | Nov 26, 2016

As per dotMD’s time honoured tradition, this year there are 10 sponsored places for select student scholars. Once again a sell-out months in advance, dotMD is a conference like no other and the opportunity to attend gratis, well, that is an enviable prospect indeed! “dotMD is… an essential addition to any medical education!” As one…

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dotMD 2017 Programme announced!

By Ronan Kavanagh | Sep 3, 2016

dotMD The 2017 dotMD meeting (formerly dotMED) will take place on Friday March 10th 2017 in Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin. Registration will open September 10th 2016 on dotMD is a one day meeting for doctors and healthcare professionals which exposes them to ideas occurring at the interfaces of medicine, the humanities and emerging technologies in healthcare.…

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2016 photo gallery

By dmadmin | Jul 26, 2016

Photos from our recent event at Smock Alley, Dublin.

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