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Seeking volunteer Medical Professional Limerick and Cork

Are you a doctor, nurse, or paramedic? Would you like to creatively support children living with illness in the community? Helium Arts the national children’s arts and health organisation is looking for medical professionals to assist our Children’s Creative Health programme.

 

Do you have two hours to spare and share your skills with us to support children living with long-term conditions? Helium Arts is the national children’s arts and health organisation, and we are looking for medical professionals like doctors, nurses, and paramedics to provide voluntary medical support during creative wellbeing workshops in community settings for children living with chronic and long-term conditions.

– Limerick –

The next workshops are taking place in Limerick City starting Saturday 25th May or Sunday 26th May for the next 6 weekends.

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– Cork – 

Workshops taking place at the Crawford Art Gallery Cork April 7th and April 14th Sundays from 11am – 1pm

 

If you are interested and free on any of these dates or would like to find out more about our annual programme of creative wellbeing workshops please contact anne@helium.ie or call the Helium Arts Office at 0449396960.

Volunteer doctors must be licensed with the Irish Medical Council and nurses with An Bord Altranais (The Irish Nursing Board).

 

These projects are funded by Creative Ireland, The Arts Council and Limerick City Arts office and are coordinated in partnership with Cork University Hospital & Limerick University Hospital.

 

 

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