A new ICGP report paints a picture of a growing divide in rural and urban healthcare provision in Ireland.
The Irish Pain Research Network (IPRN) is a new national initiative that aims to bring together all active pain researchers on the island of Ireland.
The IMO predicts a supplementary budget will be required for the Department of Health again this year, as it launched its pre-budget submission in Dublin today.
A ground-breaking Irish study into a new way to prevent heart failure has been recognised as being important to standard medical care in new Canadian guidelines.
A new health project conducted by Trinity College researchers, finds that “plans for universal access to healthcare (are) in disarray”.
The Medical Council has published an education and training roadmap titled ‘Doctors’ Education, Training and Lifelong Learning in 21st Century Ireland’.
Almost six out of ten members of the Irish public now support the introduction of a sugar sweetened drinks tax to help reduce childhood obesity, a poll for the Irish Heart Foundation has revealed.
An app for people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), developed by the Rheumatology Unit at St James’s Hospital in Dublin, in conjunction with Arthritis Ireland, has been launched today.
Sports injuries and illness in young people is the theme of an important conference currently taking place in the RCSI.
The NAGP believes GPs can play an important role in helping to alleviate overcrowding in emergency departments.
Two people die every week from mouth cancer and incidence appears to be on the rise, experts warned today on Mouth Cancer Awareness Day 2015.
A major new study of almost 350 households across Tallaght has revealed that more than three in five (67 per cent) of primary household carers experienced stress in the previous 12 months particularly around issues of family, finances, illness, work and unemployment.