GP not deemed a HSE employee in transfer of training dispute

By Paul Mulholland | September 19, 2019

The Labour Court has overturned the decision of the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) that an assistant programme director of a GP training scheme should be regarded as a HSE employee, the Medical Independent (MI) can report.  Dublin-based GP Dr Siobhan O’Kelly took the case as a result of the transfer of training…

Department of Health backs larger physician associate pilot

Unpublished major review reveals flaws in waiting list reporting

Twelve potential pancreas donations did not proceed due to lack of manpower

Hospital partnerships with universities ‘not critical’ to restructuring

Feature

A giant leap forward

As the second anniversary of the publication of Ireland's first specialist perinatal mental health services model of care approaches, June Shannon looks at the implementation of the service to date

 

 

What is the cost of ‘Medicare for All’?

Sep 19, 2019

Occupying a space in medicine

Sep 19, 2019

Listening to the needs of the deaf population

Sep 19, 2019

IMO and Department due to discuss status of public health specialists later this month

Sep 19, 2019

COMMENT

Dr Lucia Gannon

The dawning reality after the referendum

COMMENT

George Winter

Separating the scientists from the paranoid

COMMENT

Dr Muiris Houston

Just what does it mean to be a resilient doctor?

A round-up of some of the most topical research presented at this year’s ESC

By Priscilla Lynch
,

Evidence-based approaches to hypertension

By Dr Aftab Jan
,

Managing heart valve disease

By Mr Alan Soo
,

A round-up of some of the most topical research presented at this year’s ESC

By Priscilla Lynch
,

SPONSORED CONTENT