Directors

Dr Adam Daly (MB BCh BAO MCh MRCS)

                                                                                   

 

Dr Adam Daly is a Specialist Registrar in Cardiothoracic Surgery (specialising in Heart and Lung surgery). Dr Daly is currently working on the heart and lung transplant team in Ireland. Dr Daly graduated from UCD and has worked in several hospitals including Mater Hospital, Cork University Hospital and Our Lady's Children's Hospital Crumlin.

 

Dr Daly believes that an enjoyable experience in education is at the heart of inspiring a person's future. He has spoken at both National and International Cardiothoracic Surgery conferences. He has participated in multiple professional training courses including; Cardiac surgery Advanced Life Support, Advanced Trauma Life Support and Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patient. Dr Daly has recently been awarded a Masters in Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He is also a member of the Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons Great Britain and Ireland.

 

Dr Daly is a firm believer in advocating for those trying to pursue a career as a doctor. He has completed an Effective Clinical Teaching course, been a Mentor for UCD Surgical Society and a member of the Non-Consultant Hospital Doctor (NCHD) committee. He has held responsibility for teaching medical students, nurses and hospital doctors. Currently, Dr Daly is the Irish Surgical Training Group representative for Cardiothoracic Surgery.

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Dr Emma Pringle (MB BCh BAO DCP DRCOG MICGP)

                                                                                                            

 

Dr Emma Pringle is a General Practitioner (GP) registrar with a focus in homelessness, drug addiction and social deprivation. Dr Pringle qualified from UCD. Her special interests include Women's Health and Family Planning, Paediatrics, Psychiatry and Substance Misuse. Dr Pringle has also worked in many hospitals including Beaumont Hospital, Mater Hospital, Temple Street Children's Hospital and St.Vincent's Hospital, Fairview.

 

Dr Pringle has a keen interest in lifelong learning. She has completed post graduate diplomas in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Women's health) and Psychiatry, a certificate in Substance Misuse and Associated Health Problems, a certificate in Contraception and advanced studies in Sexually Transmitted Infections, in addition to completing her professional General Practice examinations. Dr Pringle has written medical papers which have been published in the national GP paper and has presented her work at the World Organisation of Family Doctors Conference. Dr Pringle is a member of the Irish College of General Practitioners.

 

Dr Pringle has been involved in teaching throughout her career. Dr Pringle firmly believes that a positive educational and teaching experience in both secondary and third level education is hugely influential and has the power to steer your career a certain direction. She explains "I had such fantastic tutors during my General Practice placements that it led me to a career in Family Medicine". Dr Pringle's goal is to be able to pass on some of this optimism to others to follow a career as a doctor.

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Directors

Dr Adam Daly (MB BCh BAO MRCS MCh)

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Dr Adam Daly is a Specialist Registrar in Cardiothoracic Surgery (specialising in Heart and Lung surgery). Dr Daly is currently working on the heart and lung transplant team in Ireland. Dr Daly graduated from UCD and has worked in several hospitals including Mater Hospital, Cork University Hospital and Our Lady's Children's Hospital Crumlin.

 

Dr Daly believes that an enjoyable experience in education is at the heart of inspiring a person's future. He has spoken at both National and International Cardiothoracic Surgery conferences. He has participated in multiple professional training courses including; Cardiac surgery Advanced Life Support, Advanced Trauma Life Support and Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patient. Dr Daly has recently been awarded a Masters in Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He is also a member of the Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons Great Britain and Ireland.

 

Dr Daly is a firm believer in advocating for those trying to pursue a career as a doctor. He has completed an Effective Clinical Teaching course, been a Mentor for UCD Surgical Society and a member of the Non-Consultant Hospital Doctor (NCHD) committee. He has held responsibility for teaching medical students, nurses and hospital doctors. Currently, Dr Daly is the Irish Surgical Training Group representative for Cardiothoracic Surgery.

Dr Emma Pringle (MB BCh BAO MICGP DCP DRCOG)

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Dr Emma Pringle is a General Practitioner (GP) registrar with a focus in homelessness, drug addiction and social deprivation. Dr Pringle qualified from UCD. Her special interests include Women's Health and Family Planning, Paediatrics, Psychiatry and Substance Misuse. Dr Pringle has also worked in many hospitals including Beaumont Hospital, Mater Hospital, Temple Street Children's Hospital and St.Vincent's Hospital, Fairview.

 

Dr Pringle has a keen interest in lifelong learning. She has completed post graduate diplomas in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Women's health) and Psychiatry, a certificate in Substance Misuse and Associated Health Problems, a certificate in Contraception and advanced studies in Sexually Transmitted Infections, in addition to completing her professional General Practice examinations. Dr Pringle has written medical papers which have been published in the national GP paper and has presented her work at the World Organisation of Family Doctors Conference. Dr Pringle is a member of the Irish College of General Practitioners.

 

Dr Pringle has been involved in teaching throughout her career. Dr Pringle firmly believes that a positive educational and teaching experience in both secondary and third level education is hugely influential and has the power to steer your career a certain direction. She explains "I had such fantastic tutors during my General Practice placements that it led me to a career in Family Medicine". Dr Pringle's goal is to be able to pass on some of this optimism to others to follow a career as a doctor.