RCSI responding to COVID-19
As Ireland’s only health sciences focused University and the national professional, and training, body for surgery and emergency medicine, RCSI clinicians, researchers, faculty, alumni, students, Fellows, Members and trainees have played a critical role in supporting our country’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Information and updates for our students and other important groups, as well as our plans for the months ahead, can be found in this section.
RCSI campus reopening plans
RCSI has robust plans in place to re-open our campus this autumn whilst also ensuring the safety and well-being of students, patients and staff.
Information for those due to begin programmes in RCSI Dublin in autumn 2020.
Important updates in relation to COVID-19 (coronavirus) for RCSI students.
Details on how COVID-19 affects those enrolled in surgical training programmes at RCSI.
Updates for RCSI researchers and funding partners working on projects during the Campus closure.
How the pandemic impacts exams in surgery, dentistry, radiology and radiation oncology.
RCSI has launched the #RCSItogether for our Students’ Future campaign to support students in financial difficulty and ensure we deliver the same world class teaching experience in a new environment.
A message from the President of RCSI
During these difficult times Professor Ronan O'Connell, President of RCSI, will be sharing regular updates with our Fellows and Members and the wider healthcare community.Read This week's message
RCSI Library resources
The RCSI Library has collated a selection of assets on COVID-19 including statistics on confirmed and recovered cases, the latest international research, search strategies for medical databases and national healthcare websites.