The spread of antibiotic resistance is a greater threat than Ebola, writes DANIELLE BARRON
A chip off the emetic block
Medicines companies will soon publish details of fees and travel grants paid to doctors, which is a chance to explain how experts help to shape education and drug development, writes GARY FINNEGAN
By GARY FiNNEGAN
Pharmaceutical firms will publish details of "transfers of value" to health professionals as part of a new industry-wide transparency drive for the first time in 2016.
Around €300,000 is to be paid to each failed shortlisted building consortia following the selection of a preferred bidder in the development of primary care centres (PCCs) via public private partnership (PPP), IMN understands.
Officials at the Department of Justice are currently examining concerns that certain sections of the Juries Act may exclude people with mental illness from jury service, IMN has learned.
The Labour Court has dismissed the case of an advanced paramedic team leader who said that he was not permitted sufficient rest time between shifts.
Mass protests, similar to those that recently took place over Irish Water, are a possibility if the Government fails to adequately consult with the public regarding its plans for universal health insurance (UHI), according to the President of the IMO, Professor Trevor Duffy.
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