School Policy Document
Strategic Plan 2021-2026
The School of Medicine’s Strategic Plan 2021-2026 will guide the School’s development over the next five years during what will be a challenging but exciting period. The School of Medicine is one of the largest and most complex and diverse Schools in Trinity College and it interacts with multiple hospitals and healthcare partners in the delivery of its tripartite missions of excellence in education, research and clinical practice.
Research Strategic Plan 2021-2026
We are delighted to present the School of Medicine Research Strategy 2021-2026. Together with our academic partners and our research institutes, we will combine our clinical expertise with new tools, technologies and big data that will be transformative for healthcare. We will do this through strategic investments in infrastructures and by expanding our collaborations within Trinity College Dublin and beyond.
Online Education Policy has been created to promote the continuation of a high-quality educational experience for students and staff in the School of Medicine using online resources
Statement on Discrimination and Racism
Prepared by a team of students and staff and has been approved by the School Executive
Report on the Academic Track for Internship 2017-2020
The Academic Track for Internship in Ireland is a combined clinical and academic training programme which offers newly qualified doctors experience in clinical research, medical education or healthcare leadership from the earliest stage of clinical training.
TIDI Impact Report
The Trinity International Development Initiative (TIDI) is the hub of international development at Trinity College. The initiative is currently funded by Irish Aid and the Higher Education Authority (HEA) under the Programme of Strategic Cooperation between Irish Aid and Higher Education and Research Institutes 2007‐2011.