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by Dr Ian Temperley
'A fascinating read... a gifted teacher who inspired many to make a career in haemotology'
'Converse' Autumn 2013
Memoir of Dr Ian Temperley's contributions to haematology in Ireland. Ian Temperley MD FRCPI FRCPath. FTCD (Emeritus) was born in Bacup, Lancashire, in 1931. He was educated at Wesley College, and Trinity College Dublin, graduating MB, BCh., BAO in 1955. He was consultant haematologist for the Federated Dublin Voluntary Hospitals 1966–95; Medical Director National Haemophilia Treatment Centre 1971–95; consultant haematologist St James's Hospital 1977–95; full-time member of the staff of Trinity College Dublin 1958–95: Associate Professor of Haematology 1970–85, Professor of Haematology 1985–95, Dean Faculty of Health Sciences 1987–93. From 2002 to 2009 he served as chairman of the Accrediation Commission of Colleges of Medicine. After retirement he wrote a thesis on 'Mosaics in the north hall of the basilica of Aquileia' graduating M.Litt. (TCD) in 2007.
A Tale of Three Churches—A Story from Dublin 4
D. A. Levistone Cooney
Christ Church, Sandymount, is a united Presbyterian and Methodist congregation founded 35 years ago from three existing churches--Sandymount Presbyterian congregation and the Ringsend and Sandymount Methodist societies. This book details the histories of the three congregations and how they came together to form a successful union. It is published in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the building of Sandymount Methodist church in 1864.
The author, D. A Levistone Cooney, is a Methodist minister who has served in each of the four provinces of Ireland. He has been President or Chairman of the Methodist Historical Society in Ireland, the Old Dubli Society and the Association of Church Archivists in Ireland.
New to aafarmar.ie!
Until the 18th century, Ranelagh was a dangerous area outside the Dublin city walls, scene of a famous massacre of picnicking citizens by the ‘wild Irish’ in 1209. From the 1760s onwards it developed into the lively village we know today. Ranelagh in Pictures brings this story to life with street scenes over the centuries, well-loved shops and famous Ranelagh residents, from Patrick Pearse and Maureen O’Hara to Ken Doherty and Garret FitzGerald.
Susan Roundtree is senior architect with Dublin City Council. She has lived in Ranelagh for thirty years.
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'The birth bible for mothers in Ireland'—The Sunday Times
'Incredibly practical — answers all your questions, and very well put together'—RTE 2FM
Now in its fourth bestselling edition! The first and essential guide to having a baby in Ireland, by one of Ireland's best-known obstetricians. Based on his 30 years of experience in helping mothers in his clinics, Dr Peter Boylan explains clearly what happens in pregnancy, how mother and baby's health develops and what to expect in labour and delivery.
Therese Dunne, Phyllis Farrell, Valerie Kelly
'Full of handy tips. . . simple, clear and easy to follow.'—Irish Daily Star
New edition includes a chapter on preventing obesity
This commonsense, practical guide cuts through the maze of misleading information which bombards today's parents. Informed by the authors’ years of experience as pediatric dieticians in a major Dublin children’s hospital, it provides reliable, practical and unbiased advice on everything from the basics of nutrition to shopping wisely, from dealing with food refusal to fads, allergies and anaemia. Absolutely a must-have for parents in Ireland.
Over the past ten years author Mac Moloney has visited over 900 pubs in Dublin city and county, and taken photographs of each one. The Dublin Pubspotter’s Guide is the fruit of his endeavour—a unique guide to the enormous and characterful range of pubs in Dublin.