• Knowledge Transfer Ireland

      Knowledge Transfer Ireland 

      Knowledge Transfer Ireland takes a national perspective on the knowledge transfer (KT) system in Ireland. KTI works with business, investors, universities, Institutes of Technology, State research organisations, research funders and government agencies to maximise State funded technology, ideas and expertise getting into the hands of business to drive innovation. KTI is located in Enterprise Ireland (EI) and funded by EI with co-financing from the Irish Universities Association (IUA).

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    • Irish Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation(IACR)

      Irish Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation(IACR) 

      Cardiac Rehabilitation is a continuous process commencing in hospital following an acute event and continuing on discharge into the community (AHA 1994).  Cardiac Rehabilitation is predominately offered to individuals following acute Myocardial Infarction, Percutaneous Coronary Intervention, Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery and Heart Valve Surgery.  Cardiac Rehabilitation can be divided into four distinct phases.

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    • Clinical Research Development Ireland (CRDI)

      Clinical Research Development Ireland (CRDI) 

      Clinical Research Development Ireland (CRDI) is a not-for-profit research partnership comprising NUI Galway, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork and University College Dublin, their medical schools, associated academic hospitals and clinical research facilities, with the objective of accelerating the translation of biomedical research into improved diagnostics, therapies and devices for patients. CRDI builds on the achievements of Molecular Medicine Ireland which was established in 2008 by the five aforementioned universities, together with its

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    • The Pharmaceutical Managers' Institute

      The Pharmaceutical Managers’ Institute 

      Our Mission Statement The Pharmaceutical Managers’ Institute of Ireland is dedicated to fostering excellence in management practice among its members, through education, partnership and peer to peer connections. Introduction The PMI was founded in 1989 as the Pharmaceutical Managers Association. In 1997, the PMI was inaugerated as the Pharmaceutical Managers Institute of Ireland. Funding The PMI is a not for profit organisation and funding is mostly generated through sponsorship. Aims & Objectives; The main objectives are to encourage, foster and

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