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Congratulations to our 3U students Meabh Loughman and Mr Killian Haycock who graduated from the 3U Master of Engineering in Healthcare Technologies on Saturday 2nd April in DCU.🎓

This is a fantastic achievement and we wish you well with all your future endeavours.
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Maynooth University DCU GoMaynooth Education in Ireland

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Congratulations to our 3U students Meabh Loughman and Mr Killian Haycock who graduated from the 3U Master of Engineering in Healthcare Technologies on Saturday 2nd April in DCU.🎓 This is a fantast...

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We’re in the business of Combining the complementary strengths of DCU Maynooth University & Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

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3U Partnership introduced the first of a series of 3U Masterclass in Healthcare Ethics and Law, which examined the medical, legal and ethical implications of the new Assisted Decision- Making (Capacity) Act 2015.

This Masterclass provided a timely and valuable insight into this newly enacted legislation and the practical implications for professionals in both legal and healthcare settings.”

The 3U Masterclass, was opened by Ms Justice Marie Baker, featured contributions from legal and healthcare experts in this field including Dr Charles O'Mahony, Centre of Disability Law and Policy, School of Law NUI Galway; Professor Mary Donnelly and Dr Joan McCarthy UCC; Professor Brendan Kelly UCD and Ms Patricia Rickard Clarke Former Commissioner of the Law Reform Commission;

Topics that were addressed included: The International Human Rights Framework; Legal Principles of the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Legislation; Mechanisms in the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Legislation; Advance Care Directives; Implications of Advance Care Directives from an Ethical Perspective; Implications of the 2015 Act from a Clinical Perspective.

For further information please contact:
E: ruthdavis@3u.ie or andreaclarke@3u.ie

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