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# Healthcare

Last year
Opinion: As Lewis Capaldi pulls back, he cuts through an unspoken form of ableism
Niamh Jimenez
St Vincent's Hospital ordered to release former 'Catholic ethos' code of ethics
Government moves to ramp up healthcare and vet college places amid staffing crisis
Children's Hospital Board rejects claim operating theatre fault could cost 'tens of millions'
Nurses recruited to Ireland who fail €2,800 test left with debt and no work
Opinion: It's important that healthcare staff support the proposed ban on conversion practices
Dr Suzanne Crowe
HSE launch campaign to recruit 400 new doctors to practice in Ireland by end of 2023
Explainer: Why are HSE bosses calling for a ‘permanent’ seven-day roster for hospital staff?
25 Ukrainian doctors graduate from English course run by St. Vincent’s Hospital
Healthcare workers have positive attitudes towards LGBT+ people but lack training, study shows
Waiting lists and shortage of pain specialists blamed for dependency on codeine painkillers
Patient Safety Bill, which aims to create 'culture' of transparency, signed into law
Patient Safety Bill long-sought by campaigners passes final stages in Oireachtas
Five years on: First review of Ireland's abortion laws recommends significant changes
Hospitals and EDs 'don't hold all solutions to overcrowding', Donnelly tells committee
Abortion review to be published tomorrow as Taoiseach criticised for 'reluctance' to update laws
In-patient fees for public hospitals scrapped from today
Parents of girl who died of Strep A 'begging' parents and doctors to be vigilant about illness
England's NHS set for 'most disruptive industrial action' in history as junior doctors strike
Opinion: Older people being cared for on trolleys rather than beds is an all-year-round issue
Dr Seamus Cowman
Mandatory mask wearing in hospitals to end on 19 April
Parents urged to check children are vaccinated against measles before travelling during Easter
Wexford hospital opens children's unit as emergency department remains closed after fire
Biden praises US drug manufacturer for cutting insulin price by 70%
'Still a long way to go' in removing stigma around menopause in Ireland
Opinion: Menopause is a workplace issue - it must be addressed as such by employers
Katie Ridge
Nursing home charges: Legal strategy was 'never challenged' by politicians, says top civil servant
UK faces 'hugely disrupted day' as biggest strike action in NHS history takes place
Government to establish group to examine the rising cost of health-related legal claims
‘Fragmented and unpredictable’: Healthcare services failing island communities
Galway hospital becomes first in Ireland and UK to use robotic technology in heart procedures
ESRI: Extending free GP care to all by 2026 could cost state up to €881 million
Healthcare services situation ‘matching or exceeding most pessimistic model’, HSE boss says
HSE rolls out walk-in flu vaccines for children after 700 hospitalisations over winter
Consultants warn of stark impacts for patients due to 'avoidable delays' in health system
'Not acceptable' that people are dying due to overcrowding, says INMO
Opinion: Should we rethink how we approach men's healthcare?
Dr Seamus Cowman
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Taoiseach aims to reduce wait for child healthcare and assessments by 2025
Opinion: As a carer, I have met the best of people in colleagues and clients
Breda Pagett
Patient Safety Bill to be amended after TDs raise concerns