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Last year
Healthcare workers have positive attitudes towards LGBT+ people but lack training, study shows
HSE boss agrees to independent review of circumstances of Limerick hospital death
HSE to launch psychological supports for young people with cancer
'Is anyone else terrified?': Doctors concerned as GPs are targets of ransomware attacks monthly
GPs say new medical card holders will struggle to get seen in midst of 'workforce crisis'
Over 100 faulty ventilators ordered by HSE in March 2020 still in storage amid legal dispute
Ambulance workers vote for strike action over delays to proposed pay reforms
HSE kept recruiting nurses from African countries added to WHO list of vulnerable workforces
Donnelly in talks on establishing 'hospital-linked' accommodation for migrant nurses
'I was punched in the face': ED nurse on why there's no appetite for strike but it may be 'only way'
Nurses to vote on potential strike action as HSE and Government roll out new promises
More than seven in ten Irish nurses have considered quitting their jobs - INMO survey
Poll: Would you be happy for your pharmacist to treat minor ailments?
HSE launch spring Covid-19 booster programme for older and immunocompromised people
Total withdrawal of partner access in maternity hospitals 'not appropriate', says HSE
National Ambulance Service personnel to ballot on strike action
Mater Hospital nurse up for global award on leading change in infection control after pandemic
Donnelly found out 'yesterday' that Robert Watt tried to email him about Holohan secondment
Donnelly: 'Unacceptable' that abortion services are not available in all maternity hospitals
Health unions seek urgent meeting with HSE on end of mandatory mask wearing in hospitals
Rollout of pandemic bonus has had errors but is largely complete, says Donnelly
Indian nurses recruited by HSE wait months in Ireland without their children before starting work
Galway surgeon speaks of terror after landlord lunged at him with circular saw
Overcrowding in Cork city hospitals described as 'out of control' and 'dangerous'
HSE 'refused or delayed' repayments to some patients who got essential medical treatment abroad
Pay talks: Additional money for HSE funded agencies 'must go on worker's pay, not admin costs'
Consultants say staffing plan is needed for €1 billion hospital bed-building initiative to work
'We've seen more working people and others who wouldn't be homeless in normal circumstances'
HSE urges public to avoid handling 'sick and dead birds' due to risk posed by bird flu
Hepatitis C home testing kits are now available for free from HSE
All CervicalCheck samples to be tested in US after Irish lab has accreditation suspended
Parents urged to check children are vaccinated against measles before travelling during Easter
Covid-19 testing centres to close nationally, as testing no longer needed for 'vast majority'
Call to consider including advice for over-40s in new sexual health strategy
Donnelly to introduce legislation to abolish in-patient charges in public hospitals
HSE approves use of life-changing Cystic Fibrosis drug for 35 children previously excluded
Public urged to be aware of winter vomiting bug symptoms as cases rise
Appeals for plan to cope with waiting lists as Wexford A&E could remain shut for six months
‘Shouting into a black hole’: Chronic delays to autism services failing children
HSE issues warning about ‘additional pressure’ on emergency departments over St Patrick’s weekend