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Irrespective of the quality of emergency care that can be provided, prevention is always better than cure. As part of the Irish Association for Emergency Medicine’s commitment to accident prevention, the Association supports the work of a variety of agencies who share our aim of reducing the number of our citizens killed or injured in accidents or in other preventable incidents. We encourage members of the public to take note of the important public safety messages in the videos on this page.

Dr Chris Luke on RTÉ One's Today show

Dr Chris Luke, Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Cork University Hospital, combineded with RTÉ Television and contributed to a weekly segment on RTÉ’s Today Show. Dr Chris Luke was in the studio to talk about certain topics and to answer all viewers’ health questions.


While IAEM takes every care to compile accurate information and to keep it up-to-date, we cannot guarantee its absolute correctness and completeness. The information provided on this website does not constitute business, medical or other professional advice and is subject to change. We cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or expense resulting from the use of this information or guidance. IAEM recognises that patients, their situations, Emergency Departments and staff all vary. These guidelines cannot cover all clinical scenarios. The ultimate responsibility for the interpretation and application of these guidelines, the use of current information and a patient’s overall care and wellbeing resides with the treating clinician.

IAEM and Road Safety Authority (RSA)

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