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University of Limerick PhD graduate, Dr. Claire Meaney has been awarded a prestigious fellowship position on the Cancer Prevention Fellowship Programme, based in the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Maryland, USA. Dr. Meaney is the only Irish candidate to have secured a place on this programme in 2014 and the first UL graduate to receive this fellowship.
Speaking about the significance of the award, Dr Meaney said; “Latest figures predict 1 in…
94% of GPs and 89% of pharmacists reported receiving complaints from patients related to use of generic medicines.
12% of GPs, but only 2% of pharmacists, believed generics do not work as well as originator medicines.
More than twice as many GPs (15%) as pharmacists (7%) would prefer to take originator medications for themselves rather then generics.
Spending on pharmaceuticals in Ireland is high, the highest in the EU per…
An extensive study of university senior management by University of Limerick sociology professor, Pat O’Connor, has found that 81 per cent of those in senior management in Irish public universities are men.
In explaining this, Professor O’Connor found that the majority of senior management saw women as ‘the problem’. As they saw it, women lacked career ambition; they were poor at marketing themselves, they lacked political skills and had lifestyles that were…