Brexit, Medicine and Public Health
On 3 May, the DCU Brexit Institute will organize an event on Brexit, Medicine and Public Health. This is the latest in our series of events exploring the implications of Brexit for specific sectors of the economy.
This event will feature a debate between Baroness Suttie (Member of the UK House of Lords, European Union Committee) and Paulo Rangel (Member of the EU Parliament, Constitutional Affairs Committee).
In addition, there will be a panel discussion featuring Justin Carty (IMSTA), Rosarii Mannion (HSE), Eamonn McGowran (BESIN Healthcare), Rita Purcell (Health Product Regulatory Authority) and Anthony Staines (Dublin City University), to be chaired by Susan Mitchell (Sunday Business Post).
The event will be held at Citywest Hotel, Saggart, Co. Dublin.
This is a rescheduled event that was originally planned for March 3.
Those attending the event can gain credit of four hours of CPD (Continuous Professional Development). Participants who paid a registration fee of 80 euros will receive a certificate of attendance. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.