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# cervical check scandal

Last year
# Healthcare
CervicalCheck review highlights patients' ongoing fight for justice
A new report shows there are still gaps in acknowledging and rectifying problems if a mistake is made.
# Scally Inquiry
Dr Scally says 'women can have confidence' in screening as he publishes final report
In 2018, Dr Scally conducted a sweeping, four-month inquiry into the CervicalCheck screening programme.
# cervical screening
Cervical check samples are still being screened abroad following December's cyberattack
A cyber-attack on The Coombe at the end of last year resulted in the hospital losing its IT connectivity with CervicalCheck.
# cervical check scandal
Only four of 170 actions arising from Cervical Check inquiry left to be completed
Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly said there has been “considerable progress” on implementing the recommendations.
# vmdiff
'Cinematic' documentary showcases Vicky Phelan's strength and battles
Directed by Sasha King, the film has been nominated for a Human Rights on Film Award at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival.
# cervical check
'I had to use my voice': Vicky Phelan awarded the Freedom of Limerick
The campaigner is being honoured for her work highlighting the CervicalCheck controversy.
All time
# Award
Campaigner Vicky Phelan to be awarded the Freedom of Limerick
A special meeting of Limerick City and County Council today saw unanimous agreement with the Mayor’s nomination.
# cervical check
Vicky Phelan backs Lorraine Walsh's decision to quit CervicalCheck committee
“I share Lorraine’s concerns about the RCOG review process,” Phelan said.
# rapid review
HSE boss says it's 'awful' women weren't told of CervicalCheck results as review finds 4,000+ cases
The review was published this afternoon.
# cervical check scandal
'Two years is what’s being given but I don’t accept that because I’m a very positive person'
Ruth Morrissey said she was relieved that her court case was over and the labs were found accountable.
# cervical check scandal
HSE yet to admit liabilility in Emma Mhic Mhathúna's Cervical Check case
The Taoiseach has previously stated that none of the women affected by the Cervical Check scandal would have to go to court.
Dr Anthony O'Connor: 'It’s not about your rage or sorrow, deputies. It's about what we do next'
We need the media to move us out of their comfort zone in how the debate is framed, writes Dr Anthony O’Connor.