UK guidelines say ‘reasonable adjustments’ should be made for employees with severe menopausal symptoms
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There is much kerfuffle and no end of uninformed comment online these days about the appointment of Dr Tony Holohan to a new post of consultant in public health medicine in the HSE’s National Cancer Control Programme, writes Terence Cosgrave
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Research sparks investigations into the development of other neurological conditions
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Priority drafting of new legislation that will facilitate the sharing of health information to begin in the spring
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UCD hub recognises how human, animal and planetary health interconnect
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New funding for organ donation and transplant services has been announced as legislation in the area is expected to pass both houses of the Oireachtas today. If enacted, the Human Tissue Bill will provide a new legal framework for organ donation, including a proposed ‘opt-out’…
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There has been limited progress on a Government commitment to end the admission of children to adult psychiatric units by increasing in-patient beds, a policy review has found. The Children’s Rights Alliance’s annual report card gave an ‘E’ grade to the Government in respect to…
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The HSE will offer permanent employment contracts to all nursing, midwifery and health and social care (HSCP) graduates in Ireland this year. More than 1,000 HSCP final year students and 1,600 nurses and midwives can now qualify for these roles, on completion of their courses and…
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Age sector groups call for Independent Commissioner for Ageing and Older People
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Currently just four-in-10 women with overweight or obesity breastfeed
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