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# Nurses

This year
2024
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Last year
2023
HSE recruitment freeze extended for almost all categories
INMO to engage with members over industrial action as HSE consider extending recruitment freeze
New CSO research indicates many emigrating nurses and doctors return
Staff at new Children's Hospital may be housed at Crumlin hospital
Eating disorder services nurse says getting paid properly by the HSE is a 'constant battle'
Nursing body says overcrowding in hospitals making it 'impossible' to provide safe care
Visa delays leave African nurses in Ireland isolated from family
Nurses recruited to Ireland who fail €2,800 test left with debt and no work
It is 'inevitable' the health service will have to move to a seven-day roster, Tánaiste says
Nurse loses unfair dismissal case after she was fired for forging signature to get medication
Limerick Hospital ICU nurses call for two beds to close until more staff are recruited
Donnelly in talks on establishing 'hospital-linked' accommodation for migrant nurses
Nurses to vote on potential strike action as HSE and Government roll out new promises
INMO call for Health and Safety Authority resources to protect healthcare staff from danger
Mater Hospital nurse up for global award on leading change in infection control after pandemic
'Non-EU nurses are paying to come here': Ireland's place in global scramble for healthcare staff
At least 10 assaults on Irish hospital staff each day, committee to be told
'Not acceptable' that people are dying due to overcrowding, says INMO
All time
Taoiseach asks HSE to 'deploy all available resources' in response to respiratory viruses surge
Student nurses and midwives to get extra accommodation, meal and uniform allowances
UK minister says deals to match inflation are unaffordable as nursing and rail strike loom
Nurses working in ‘horrendous’ conditions as 100,000 patients left on trolleys
Nurses and midwives' union to ballot members on industrial action
Nurses warn of winter 'twindemic' if overcrowding in hospitals is not addressed
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Why we emigrated: Irish healthcare professionals on what pushed them to leave
'Disappointing' to have no nursing or midwifery member on new Covid advisory group, INMO says
Nurses at psychiatric hospital 'furious' as pay issues leave them hundreds of euro out of pocket
Hospitals to require visitors to show proof of Covid vaccination or immunity from Monday
INMO members to protest outside Connolly Hospital today over continued unsafe working conditions
3 in 4 staff in country's two largest EDs showed signs of burnout during pandemic, study finds
INMO calls for services at St Vincent's ICU to be 'curtailed until unit is adequately staffed'
Nine in 10 nurses and midwives feel mentally exhausted as result of Covid-19 pandemic
Staff shortages force ICU nurses at St Vincent's Hospital to watch patients with baby monitor
Mullingar hospital nurses protest over understaffing and workload
Bonus for healthcare staff for their work during the pandemic being 'actively considered'
'Step up to the plate and do the right thing': Bill on student nurses' pay due before Seanad
'I had to tell them their baby was dead': Student nurses to Stephen Donnelly in their own words
'She doesn't get paid for that': Dáil told of student nurse whose patient's toe 'came off in his sock'