Deputy Chief Medical Officer Resigns

Dr Ronan Glynn’s move from the Public to the Private Sector

“I think they’re genuine public servants who believe in the public good and we’re driving them away.” Ciara Kelly and Shane Coleman debate Dr Ronan Glynn’s move from the public to the private sector.
Ronan Glynn, Ireland’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer, has announced he will leave his position in the civil service at the end of the month.
During the darkest days of the pandemic, Dr Glynn was a constant presence by the side of Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan and became a reassuring presence on social media – dishing out facts and medical advice.

Credit to : Newstalk

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