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Radio - Teach medicine basics in primary school?

  If you have 5 minutes I was on the radio this morning talking about a piece I wrote recently about teaching medicine in preschool.   In the UK First Aid training is mandated in state run primary schools. We should bring it into Irish schools. I believe it will improve society by increasing the medical conscience in the next generation, leading to a healthier population which has the knock on effect of reducing hospital waiting lists and inspiring more to join a health profession. What have we got to lose! Podcast The Opinion Line -  Teach medicine basics in primary school <<PREVIOUS POST

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