DMHG Training

Mandatory Induction Courses

As an NCHD there are a number of mandatory courses you must complete on HSELanDprior to commencing. Below is a list of the most common courses:

*each site may differ, contact your medical manpower representative for confirmation.  


  • An Introduction to Children First
  • Communicating Effectively through Open Disclosure
  • The Fundamentals of GDPR
  • Hand Hygiene for HSE Clinical Staff
  • Haemovigilance
  • Infection Prevention & Control (including Donning & Doffing)
  • Manual Handling & People Handling

Fire Training will be available onsite and dates will be circulated



HSeLanD is the Health Service Executive’s online learning and development portal. HSeLanD provides a central source of high-quality online training and learning and development opportunities.

HSELanD account:

Log into HSELanD:

  • Go to the HSELanD login page
  • Sign in with your login details
  • Find your required course by using the search facility located on the home page.


Courses and Resources Relating to Covid-19

HSeLanD has created a dedicated webpage that brings together courses and resources relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. This will support induction and online course delivery for healthcare workers and volunteers. It also contains quick links, learning pathways and resource packs for nurses and midwives returning to practice.

Online courses include:

  • Covid-19 Mandatory training
  • Clinical skills and COVID-19
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Hand hygiene
  • Introduction to infection prevention and control
  • Safeguarding induction training
  • Resources for nurses and midwives returning to work

To access these resources, visit


Latest Events and Online Training for HSE Staff

Online Events and Webinars for HSE staff

Latest online training opportunities


Dublin Midlands Hospital Group

Bridgewater House, Bridgewater Business Centre, Conyngham Road, Islandbridge, Dublin DO8 T9NH.

Tel: (01) 795 9280, Email:

Contact Hospital

Midland Regional Hospital Tullamore Tel: (057) 93 21501
Midland Regional Hospital PortlaoiseTel: (057) 86 21364
Naas General Hospital

Tel: (045) 849500


St. James’s. Hospital 

Tel: (01) 410 3000


St. Luke’s Radiation Oncology Network

Tel: (01) 406 5000


Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital

Tel: (01) 408 5200


Tallaght University Hospital 

Tel: 01 414 2000



DMHG Academic Partner

Trinity College Dublin is the formal academic partner for the Dublin Midlands Hospital Group. The appointment of a joint academic lead for the Group, in collaboration with Trinity College Dublin, is vital to agree the strategic priorities and pursue the opportunities to foster a dynamic, productive environment. Opportunities for research, innovation and teaching attract excellent clinical staff and provide the best patient care environment.  


CCAO – Chief Clinical Academic Officer


Professor Martina Hennessy

Chief Clinical Academic Officer (CCAO) of the Dublin Midlands Hospital Group

Professor Martina Hennessy is a clinical pharmacologist and consultant physician at St James's Hospital Dublin with clinical expertise in hypertension, cardiovascular risk and medication safety and research interests in advanced therapies, antiretroviral pharmacology, and medical education. She is the Director of the Wellcome-HRB Clinical Research Facility in St James’s Hospital, Dublin. The CRF is a collaborative partnership between St James’s Hospital and Trinity College. Prof Hennessy is Associate Professor of Medical Education and Director of Internship in the School of Medicine, Trinity College, Dublin.

In January 2023, Prof Hennessy took up the role of Chief Clinical Academic Officer (CCAO) of the Dublin Midlands Hospital Group (DMHG). The DMHG is composed of 7 hospitals, St James’s Hospital Dublin, Tallaght University Hospital Dublin, The Coombe Women’s Hospital Dublin, St Luke’s Radiation Oncology Network at St James’s Hospital, Naas General Hospital, Midland Regional Hospital Tullamore and Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise.

The CCAO is responsible for developing a structured and integrated approach to research, innovation, education and training for all healthcare professionals in the DMHG. The DMHG which includes its Academic Partner Trinity College Dublin (TCD), is one of the largest of 7 hospital groups established as a key transitional step in a Government initiative to reorganise the Public Health System.