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Bonus – Fiftyfaces Medicine and Science: Dr. Patrick Devitt: Modern Psychiatry – Reflections on the Road to HereDr. Patrick Devitt is my father and co-host of the first series of Inspiring People in the Law. He is a consultant psychiatrist in in Dublin, Ireland, and formerly spent time as Mental Health Inspector. His area of specialty is community psychiatry and Medico-legal psychiatry. He also has degrees in law and science. ...
Bonus: Inspiring People in Medicine and Science: Professor Brian Devitt – Orthopaedic Surgeon – Mobility, Quality of Life, Sport and the Importance of EQ in MedicineProfessor Brian Devitt is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Professor of Orthopaedics and Surgical Biomechanics at Dublin City University. He studied medicine at University College Dublin and has a particular focus on the knee. He is also my brother and given that he has spent that last 8 years in Melbourne, Australia and we have only seen eachot...
- Trinity College Dublin
- Linda Hogan’s campaign
- Linda Doyle’s manifesto
- Jane Ohlmeyer's campaign
- DLA Piper Ireland
- Hermes Fund Managers Ireland Limited
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- Insta: Jasmine_Pradissitto
- Forbidden Root
- International Business of Federated Hermes
- Outreach Rescue
- Hodo Foods
Hear from Linda Doyle, Provost of Trinity College Dublin, and the first female provost in its history, about her vision for the college.
Hear four senior higher education professionals discuss their views of the third level institution of the future here:
Jane Ohlmeyer speaks about the importance of academic freedom, being climate warriors and the right structures to optimize learning and growth: 9.32 to 17.21
Linda Doyle discusses becoming a climate-first institution and all that that entails as well as the importance of instilling a deep-rooted fairness in academic promotions 6.57 to 16.22
Linda Hogan discusses the importance of a university being a connected community: 9.38 to 15.07
Dr. Margaret Casely- Hayford discusses the future of blended learning and the impact that Brexit has had on UK-based institutions: 22.26 to 26.04
Go to our Meditations Hub for a series of free inspiring meditations. Whether you want to start the day with a positive mindset, reset during the day, calm your mind or draw upon the power to forgive, these reflections will encourage you to give yourself this time.
Go to our Coaching Hub for videos from some of our inspiring guests and coaches to help with your career and personal development.
Hear from Oli Shakir-Khalil about his mental health advocacy here: Listen from 6.30 to 12.5 on Apple or Spotify.
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