15/10/2021 - Medical cover for NI WU19 football team UEFA qualifiers - 24th to 26th October - Limerick

Dr Karen Barclay, Team Doctor for the Women’s U19 football team from Northern Ireland, has contacted the FSEM office looking for cover for 24th to 26th October in Limerick.

The team is competing in their UEFA qualifying games from 18th to 26th October; they have cover until 23rd October, and are therefore looking for a doctor to cover the team between 24th to 26th October which includes their final game between Northern Ireland and the Republic on 26th October. Ideally cover would be for the 3 days but 26th is the crucial day as it’s a match day. Medical kit is supplied and there is an experienced physio and S+C in addition.

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23/08/2021 - Match Day Doctor wanted for Energia Park (Donnybrook) matches with Old Wesley RFC

Old Wesley RFC are seeking a matchday doctor to cover Home Matches in Division 1b All Ireland League for the 2021/22 season. Matches take place on Saturday afternoons and will also be attended by team physiotherapists. Nine matches take place between October and April.

Disposables are supplied and rates negotiable. Possibility for long-term involvement with Old Wesley RFC.
On site facilities including an international standard medical room.

Please contact Nathan Cardy, Lead Physiotherapist Old Wesley RFC
087-3634412
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25/06/2021 - Medical Officer Post with the Irish Paralympic Team for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

Due to unforeseen circumstances, one of the Irish Paralympic Team Doctors due to attend the Paralympic Games in Japan, has just withdrawn.
We therefore have an available paid Medical Officer Post from 9th August – 6th September 2021. The first 2 week period will be spent in the Holding Camp in Japan, with the next 2 weeks in the Athlete Village at the Paralympic Games.
We are keen to secure medical cover for the whole event but would also accept cover for part of the above period.

If anyone is interested, could they please contact Dr Martin McConaghy, Chief Medical Officer Paralympics Ireland, directly by email or phone.

Dr Martin McConaghy
MB BCh BAO FFSEM Dip Sports Med (IABSEM)
Chief Medical Officer
Paralympics Ireland
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Mob: 00447801 494370