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The graduate entry medical programme at the University of Limerick will produce doctors who are competent, confident and caring; who understand the scientific basis of medicine; who recognise the social and environmental context in which health and illness exist and in which medicine is practised; and who have skills for and commitment to service, teamwork, scientific enquiry, self-fulfilment and life-long learning.

Graduates will demonstrate the ability to consider issues and to identify and attempt to solve problems related to individual and population health with due regard to ethics, resources and the concerns of the society in which they work.

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Recent Submissions

  • Klimas, Jan; Cullen, Walter (MedMedia, 2014)
    Under the guidance of brief interventions, how best can GPs help problem drinkers who also use other drugs, ask Jan Klimas and Walter Cullen
  • Lavelle, Aonghus; Lennon, Grainne; Docherty, Neil; Balfe, Aine; Mulcahy, Hugh E; Doherty, Glen; O'Donoghue, Diarmuid; Hyland, John M; Shanahan, Fergus; Sheahan, Kieran; Coffey, Calvin J; Winter, Desmond C; O'Connell, Ronan P (Public Library of Science, 2013)
    Objective: The aims of this study were to develop techniques for spatial microbial assessment in humans and to establish colonic luminal and mucosal spatial ecology, encompassing longitudinal and cross-sectional axes. Design: ...
  • Millar, Keith; Lloyd, Suzanne M; McLean, Jennifer S; Batty, David G; Burns, Harry; Cavanagh, Jonathan; Deans, Kevin A; Ford, Ian; McConnachie, Alex; McGinty, Agnes; Mottus, Réne; Packard, Chris J; Sattar, Naveed; Shields, Paul G; Nathan, Yoga; Tannahil, Carol (Public Library of Science, 2013)
    Background: Associations between socio-economic status (SES), personality and inflammation were examined to determine whether low SES subjects scoring high on neuroticism or hostility might suffer relatively higher levels ...
  • Glynn, Liam G.; Hayes, Patrick S; Casey, Monica; Flynn, Fergus; Alvarez-Iglesias, Alberto; Newell, John; ÓLaighin, Gearóid; Heaney, David; Murphy, Andrew W (BioMed Central, 2013)
    Background: Sedentary lifestyles are now becoming a major concern for governments of developed and developing countries with physical inactivity related to increased all-cause mortality, lower quality of life, and increased ...
  • McEvoy, Rachel; Ballini, Luciana; Maltoni, Susanna; O'Donnell, Catherine A; Mair, Frances; MacFarlane, Anne (BioMed Central, 2014)
    Background: There is a well-recognized need for greater use of theory to address research translational gaps. Normalization Process Theory (NPT) provides a set of sociological tools to understand and explain the ...