Conferences/Events - Ireland

TIME BOMB - MMIIreland Conference 2017

1st April

Biomedical Science Institute, Trinity College Dublin

Admission: €12 , Group rates available

In Malaysian Medics International Ireland (MMII)'s very first active year, we are presenting MMII Conference 2017. The theme of our very first MMII Dublin Conference is ‘Time Bomb’.

Time Bomb signifies urgency, epidemic and high-pressure situations that we will often face as medics. It represents the limited time we have to save a patient in an acute situation, a growing epidemic or even the limited time we have in life, encouraging us to maximise whatever time we have left. 

Along with the theme of the conference, there will be 4 featured talks demonstrating different perspective and interpretation of the theme. Our goal is to bring together bright minds to give talks that are idea-focused, to provoke conversations that matter. Speakers will be there to connect with the audience- be it through humour, eye contact or simply by just speaking frankly.

There will be a booth during the lunch break displaying volunteering and research opportunities, in which interested participants can obtain more details from MMII members. Later in the day, there will be a chance for everyone to get off their feet to engage in an exciting pursuit for the truth behind the death of Uncle Soon. Who is Uncle Soon? Come and you will find out soon.

Tickets available through Eventbrite.
Group discounts available for groups of 5! Click Here.

CAI Annual Congress of Anaesthesia

4th - 5th May

University College Dublin, Dublin

1 Day: €20 , 2 Day: €30

The President and Council of the College of Anaesthetists of Ireland welcome all delegates to the Annual Congress of Anaesthesia 2017. This is a great opportunity not only to learn but also to meet up with colleagues and friends. This year’s programme will include a Difficult Airways and a Regional Anaesthesia workshop, keynote addresses and symposia covering areas as diverse as obstetrics, lung disease, neuro critical care, fluid management and anaesthetics and Alzheimer’s’ disease. This will surely be an excellent professional development opportunity for everyone.

More information about the Annual Congress can be found on their website.

Future Health summit Conference 

24 - 25th May, Dublin 

Citywest Convention Centre

In numbers 3,000 delegates, 15 summits. 160+ Speakers, 120+ Exhibitors and Startups.
Ireland's largest Startup Digital Med Tech and Healthcare Services Event. Most medical specialities will be represented including, but not limited to; Cardiac & Diabetes, Neurology, Oncology/Clinical trials, Radio Surgery, 

This two-day conference will feature World-Class leaders in both healthcare and healthcare management. This is an excellent opportunity for medical students to interact with leaders in the medical community. Tickets are normally €390.00, however, students can register for a  ticket price of €50.00 using the Promotional Code 'AMSIMember'. 

Click here to register

For further information, visit their website.


16th Annual Civil Society Forum on Human Rights

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

31 March 2017, Dublin Castle

The theme of this year’s Forum is: “Making a difference: The positive role of women in advancing human rights”.

Joe McHugh, Minister of state for the Diaspora and International Development, will open the Forum at 9am. Mary Robinson will deliver the keynote address. There will be three panel discussions during the day: Gender, women and democracy (panel one); Women as agents of change in communities (panel two); and Women as global activists (panel three). The Forum will finish around 4pm.

Our panellists include Dunja Mijatovic, former OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media (2010-2017); Colonel Maureen O’Brien of the Irish Defence Forces; Catherine Heaney, Chairperson of the Corporate Social Responsibility Stakeholder Forum;Josephine Feehily, Chairperson of the Policing Authority; Wendi Momen, Governor at the London School of Economics, specializing in ethics;Jestina Mukoko, Human Rights Activist and Director of the Zimbabwe Peace Project; Mary Lawlor, founder and Board member of Front Line Defenders; Sindy Joyce, researcher on direct and indirect forms of racism, ethnicity/identity, and social/political constructions of Irish Travellers; Mary Rusimbi, Executive Director and co-founder of Women Fund Tanzania. The final programme will be available shortly

Deadline: Tuesday 28 March. Please email with the application form. 

More info & application form are available Here