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Priscilla Lynch

Dublin, Ireland
Freelance Journalist and Editor — Freelance
As seen in: Freelance, Irish Times
Covers:  health and medical affairs. life sciences
Doesn't Cover: finance, sports

Award winning journalist and editor, specialising in health, medical science & current affairs. Editor of Medical Independent @med_indonews.

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Award-winning freelance journalist and editor, specialising in health, medical science and consumer affairs. Based in Dublin, Ireland.

Currently the Clinical Editor of the Medical Independent, and a regular contributor on health matters to The Herald and Irish Times Health Supplement, as well as ...

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@PriscillaLynch — 4,397 followers, 12,442 tweets

Aug 14, 2017

RT @GarethOCal: 'Meetings With Ivor' on RTE1 tonight. Finest psychiatrist of a generation Ivor Browne. A truly gifted spirit who gave me hope many years ago

Aug 14, 2017

RT @med_indonews: THIS EDITION'S LEAD: HSE spend on High-Tech Drugs Scheme increases by almost 100%  @HSELive

Aug 14, 2017

RT @MichelleRKearns: Great article by @AinemCarroll "We use our hospitals as a default position for every health complaint...." We need…

Aug 14, 2017

@ciarakellydoc So true. In school always given impression women's participation in sport much less important. My SIL is a talented mathematician though!

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GSK Irish Medical Media Awards

2012 - Professional Medical News
The Irish Medical Media Awards recognise and reward outstanding contributions to the field of medical and health-related journalism. Entries are judged by an independent and distinguished judging panel, chaired by John Bowman. In 2012 Priscilla Lynch won the Professional Medical News Award for her excellent use of the Freedom of Information route and her prescient reporting on the complex power-play relationship between the Department of Health and the HSE