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CEO ‘shocked’ at HSE performance management systems

By David Lynch & Paul Mulholland | February 17, 2020

HSE CEO Mr Paul Reid told the National Office of Clinical Audit (NOCA) Annual Conference earlier this month that he was “quite shocked” at the performance management systems in place at the Executive when he took up his position last year. “One of the issues people said to me at the start…

Salary payments made in error rise in 2019

Anorexia patients over 16 refused at Temple Street

Sláintecare contract ‘could delay’ public health reforms

Diversity a challenge for RCSI governing body


How RCSI became a university

In late 2019, RCSI was officially recognised as a university in the State. However, this welcome development posed some difficult questions for the College. Catherine Reilly reports

‘Serious adverse’ patient outcomes due to long waiting list for genetic care

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Sláintecare and neurological services

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Dr Victor Montori’s patient-led revolution

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Unlocking the potential of genomics

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'Them and us' and the parish-pump politicians


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Does your hospital have a case of TTWTADH?


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Clinical help in the healing process

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Blood Cancer Network Ireland update

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Perspectives in therapy of multiple myeloma, 2021

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RCPI Institute of Medicine launch

Blackrock Clinic General Practitioner Study Morning: Dermatology Matters

Why Sherlock Holmes is not a psychopath

In an extract from his new book, Dr Stephen McWilliams argues that despite his reputation for arrogance and coldness, Baker Street’s famous fictional resident often displays empathy and warmth Sherlock Holmes is a firm favourite among aficionados of detective yarns. The obsessional sleuth with a penchant for cocaine and opiates was first introduced to readers…

The National Health Summit, Croke Park

‘Marathon, not a sprint’ for HSE board, says Chairperson The Chair of the HSE board is disappointed with the recent resignation of patient advocate Mr Mark Molloy but told this newspaper that the board remains focused on quality and safety issues. Mr Molloy resigned from the HSE board over the lack of funding for the…

China’s response to the coronavirus: Compare and contrast


At time of writing, the coronavirus outbreak in China and beyond is an evolving situation. The World Health Organisation has declared it an international emergency — finally — and in the world’s largest ever quarantine operation, approximately 60 million people and growing are in ‘lockdown’. This figure is of course a ‘guesstimate’, as information coming…

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