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  • Interviews

    Putting the politics into health

    Priscilla Lynch | 08 Feb 2018

    Priscilla Lynch talks to Independent TD Michael Healy-Rae about why he believes politics and health go hand-in-hand, inequities in the health service and the dearth of rural GPs

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    Emergency measures in the public interest

    David Lynch | 25 Jan 2018

    The perennial crisis in our emergency departments has again dominated the headlines this January. David Lynch talks to President of the IAEM Dr Emily O’Conor about the challenges and potential solutions

  • Interviews

    In search of new challenges

    Niamh Cahill | 11 Jan 2018

    Prof Louise Kenny, outgoing Director of the world-renowned INFANT Centre in Cork, takes up a new role in the UK this month. She speaks to Niamh Cahill about her work in Ireland and why she felt it was time for a new challenge

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    Doran calls time as nursing union chief

    Catherine Reilly | 21 Dec 2017

    General Secretary of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation Mr Liam Doran is about to bow out after almost 20 years in the role. An often controversial figure within the medical profession, Mr Doran spoke to Catherine Reilly about the relationship between doctors and nurses and health service reform

  • Interviews

    A new dawn for drug policy?

    David Lynch | 07 Dec 2017

    Minister of State with responsibility for Health Promotion and the National Drugs Strategy Catherine Byrne discusses injection centres, methadone and the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill with David Lynch

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    Registering changes in cancer

    David Lynch | 16 Nov 2017

    National Cancer Registry Ireland Director Prof Kerri Clough-Gorr talks to David Lynch about the Registry’s recent annual report, staffing, legislation and its digital future

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    Certainty and clarity for AHR

    Niamh Cahill | 07 Nov 2017

    Prof Deirdre Madden, Professor of Law, University College Cork (UCC), speaks to Niamh Cahill about proposed legislation on assisted human reproduction in Ireland

  • Interviews

    Caring for an ageing nation

    Niamh Cahill | 26 Oct 2017

    Dr Diarmuid O’Shea, Clinical Lead, HSE National Clinical Programme for Older People, tells Niamh Cahill about improving progress in HSE developments for older persons

  • Interviews

    Birthing better Irish maternity services

    Niamh Cahill | 16 Oct 2017

    Niamh Cahill talks to Dr Peter McKenna about his hopes for the HSE National Women and Infants’ Health Programme in implementing the National Maternity Strategy

  • Interviews

    Safeguarding ICT progress in the HSE

    Priscilla Lynch | 05 Oct 2017

    Priscilla Lynch talks to HSE CIO Mr Richard Corbridge and his interim replacement Ms Jane Carolan about safeguarding the progress made to date in transforming the HSE’s eHealth landscape

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    Not keeping Council: GP speaks out on FTP case

    Catherine Reilly | 25 Sep 2017

    Dublin GP Dr Marcus De Brun sits down with Catherine Reilly to outline why he refused to submit to a Medical Council performance assessment, a matter that saw him subjected to a recent Fitness to Practise inquiry where no adverse findings were made

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    What’s another year?

    David Lynch | 14 Sep 2017

    Medical Council CEO Mr Bill Prasifka talks to David Lynch about the key trends and issues raised in the Council’s latest annual report and trainee survey

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