Emergency medicine registrar Dr Brendan Morrissey explains why he is a reluctant member of the 'Humpty Dumpty generation'
Festive physicians belong in Dickens It’s easy to be cynical at this time of ...
Danielle Barron speaks to consultant obstetrician Professor Fergal Malone about how new technologies have resulted in easier, safer, and faster prenatal screening for women
Onerous cuts to general practice made during the recession will be reversed but will not return to previous levels, the Minister for Health told GPs at the IMO AGM in Kilkenny today.
The IMO has written to the Chief Justice expressing concern at the number of doctors who are being subpoenaed to attend court at short notice and the impact this is having on their day to day practice, it has emerged.
The Director of Industrial Relations with the IMO, Mr Steve Tweed, has stressed that the performance measurement criteria contained in the new Labour Relations Commission proposals on pay for new entrant consultants are all set out in the Consultant Contract 2008.
The IMO has expressed concern that patients can only register for the new national diabetic retina screening programme – Diabetic RetinaScreen – via their GP and says this is adding to the workload of GPs.
Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin (OLCHC) has seen a significant increase in the number of children presenting to its emergency department (ED) with acute mental health distress, IMN has learned.
The HSE is looking to design a performance assurance system with the aim of transforming how midwives and other healthcare employees provide care to patients, IMN reports.
Page 1 of 7