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Extended Covid 19 – Vaccination Course for Immunocompromised

October 2, 2021

Further guidance has been made available from the National Immunisation Office in relation to additional vaccinations being made available for those patients who are immunocompromised (Immunosuppressed). This information replaces any previously offered on this website. An additional dose of the Covid 19 vaccine is being made available because of concerns that those who are on…

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Covid 19 Vaccination update for Rheumatology patients

March 31, 2021

Many of those who are on immunosuppressive drugs and attending a rheumatologist may be confused or concerned about recent changes to the Covid 19 vaccination…

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Which Covid Vaccine is the best?

March 21, 2021

A lot has been made in the media about the relative effectiveness of the different vaccines for Covid 19. There is a perception out there…

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Covid Vaccination update March 10th 2021

March 10, 2021

Here are some more videos that I have prepared for patients currently attending me – about Covid 19 vaccinations, who is included (and who is…

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Covid 19 Vaccinations for rheumatology patients

January 3, 2021

Here’s a series of videos which address questions I have had over the last couple of months from patients regarding the Covid-19 vaccine. It is…

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Reassuring news for rheumatology patients and Corona virus infections

May 21, 2020

Results of a study examining the impact of Corona Virus  / Covid 19 on rheumatology patients on immunosuppressive therapies have just been published. The study…

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Welcoming patients back in person

May 17, 2020

Until recently we have been trying to manage as many of our existing patients remotely using a combination of video consultations and phone. This has…

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New Guidelines for rheumatology patients on immunosuppression published

April 4, 2020

In the last 24 hours some guidelines have been published by the Irish Society for Rheumatology  (ISR) which offer advice additional advice (to the Stay…

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