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ExWell Health Fair 2024

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Dr Paddy Mitchell Tallaght University Hospital

Dr. Mitchell trained as a specialist in Respiratory and Internal Medicine in Ireland and Canada. He undertook a two-year clinical and research fellowship at McMaster University in Canada, which entailed translational research in airway inflammation and servicing both general respiratory and airway inflammation clinics. He also completed a two-year Medical Doctorate thesis on allergic asthma. He has authored numerous peer reviewed research manuscripts and co-authored a book chapter on asthma. His research interests encompass asthma, COPD, eosinophilic pulmonary diseases, transitional asthma clinics, atopic and allergic disease.

Prof Frank Murray

Professor FRANK MURRAY has worked as a Consultant Gastroenterologist/Hepatologist in Scotland and Ireland for over 30 years.  

He served as President of RCPI, the largest medical post-graduate training body in Ireland 2014-2017. He represented RCPI at senior levels, nationally and internationally.  

He initiated and chaired of the Alcohol Policy Group in RCPI, and led the alcohol advocacy programme in RCPI, contributing to the passage of the Public Health Alcohol Act, 2018. 

He initiated the EQUALS initiative, which has evolved as a philanthropic joint venture between HSE and RCPI. This project delivers medical equipment and biomedical engineering training in Zambia, and has partnered with the Zambian Government to help delivery of post-graduate medical training in Zambia. 

He was Director, National Doctors Training and Planning, HSE, April 2018-November 2020. 

He chaired European Association for Study of Liver (EASL) Alcohol Policy and Advocacy Group (2022-23). 

Member EASL Public Health, Policy and Advocacy Committee, (2022-present). 

Dr Edel McGinnity, Mulhuddart     





Prof Brian Lawlor, Trinity College         















Dr Emer Guinane PhD (St James Hospital)  





Liam Moggan (Life Coach)      ​




Dr James Timmons PhD (UCD)

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