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RCSI Disease and Research Centre at Beaumont Hospital
The RCSI was established in 1784 (with a confirmation by King George III. proposed by the Dublin Society of Surgeons (founded in 1780) to provide any training for surgeons in Ireland). From the beginning, there was no separation in religions as usual at that time in Ireland is not uncommon. An education for the Trinity College (Dublin) , there was only from 1851. Beginning of the 19th Century they earned their headquarters, a 1810 neoclassical building of completed at the York Street. The training center has since the 1980s at Beaumont Hospital.
Students come from over 60 countries at the time and the RCSI is also internationally active in the training of doctors (Dubai, Bahrain, Malaysia). In South Africa, they formed during the apartheid of doctors from the parts of the population who were excluded from the study. 2010, there were approximately 3, 300 students. The RCSI is also active in research.
There are schools for training in medicine, pharmacology, physiotherapy, and faculties of dentistry, sports medicine, radiology and midwives.
The college confers Honorary Fellowships (also to individuals who are not medical professionals).
The resulting institution of the Irish doctors, the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland .
- Das bei den anderen Royal Colleges in Großbritannien inzwischen abgeschafft wurde ↑ This has now been done with the other Royal Colleges in the UK
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Best trainer certifications2008-04-23 06:50:51 by Trainer1960
In my experience the best trained trainers have one of the following certifications:
American College of Sports Medicine ( Strength & Conditioning Assoc. ( Council on Exercise (ACE)
They all have varying "levels" of certification and pre-requisites. Clearly, a certification which requires you to study for 6 months take sereval muti-hoiur exams and then requires continuing education after certification is better than one that certifies you one in a weekend course and never requires you to do continuing ed again (there is one like this out there!)
Carbs & Protein2008-05-26 18:56:30 by Arelem
I have read in several places that to maximize muscle R&R/building, after working out, its best to take in carbs and protein. One study I found from the American College of Sports Medicine's journal talked about taking 10g of protein and 7g of carbohydrates immediately after exercise proven to help increase lean muscle mass.
My question is about the nature of the protein and carbs. I've tried some the supplements aimed at weightlifters and they taste like crap. I did find Boost High Protein supplement and it tastes pretty good. Does anyone know if this is the kind of P&C that would fit the bill?
Assessing your options2006-03-24 04:30:18 by thespotter
Allow me to congratulate you on your pasion for fitness.
Personal trainer certifications are offered through a number of national accredidation organisations. Study materials (which are generally included with your exam fee) and we be purchased through the websites of the various organisations. Here are a few of the better ones to choose from:
NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine)
NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Assc.)
ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine)
Offering a variety of certifications, each organisations specialises in something a bit different
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ACSM's Resources for the Personal Trainer
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