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‘Catchment areas’ are cited in skin cancer referral refusals

By sa | Feb 3, 2015 |

The HSE National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP) was contacted by a number of GPs during 2014, after hospitals refused referrals based on supposed catchment areas, the Programme has confirmed to the Medical Independent (MI).

CMO highlighted ‘difficulties’ with medical conditions and water charges

By sa | Feb 3, 2015 |

Department of Health officials, including the Chief Medical Officer (CMO), warned last year of “difficulties” in identifying medical conditions that would require higher water usage under the planned water charges system.

Doctors will have round-the-clock access to Child Protection Notification System in the near future

By sa | Feb 3, 2015 |

GPs and emergency department services will have 24-hour access to the Child Protection Notification System (CPNS) “in a few weeks’ time,” the Tusla Chief Executive has told the Medical Independent (MI).

Patient safety initiative cost more than €21,000

By sa | Feb 3, 2015 |

Over €21,000 was incurred under the Patient Safety First initiative last year, data released by the Department of Health under Freedom of Information legislation has revealed. Most of the expenditure related to hosting the 4th National Patient Safety Conference in Dublin last November.

‘Catchment areas’ are cited in skin cancer referral refusals

By sa | Feb 3, 2015 |

The HSE National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP) was contacted by a number of GPs during 2014, after hospitals refused referrals based on supposed catchment areas, the Programme has confirmed to the Medical Independent (MI).

7,400 net increase in numbers with health insurance cover

By sa | Feb 2, 2015 |

Health Minister Leo Varadkar has welcomed figures showing an increase of 7,434 in the number of people covered by health insurance in the last quarter of 2014.

Deficit around ‘informed consent’, finds Irish maternity survey

By sa | Feb 2, 2015 |

The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services Ireland (AIMS Ireland) today released the first set of data from its ‘What Matters to You?’ survey, highlighting statistics for consent in pregnancy, during labour and birth, and following birth in the Irish maternity system.

7,400 net increase in numbers with health insurance cover

By sa | Feb 2, 2015 |

Health Minister Leo Varadkar has welcomed figures showing an increase of 7,434 in the number of people covered by health insurance in the last quarter of 2014.

Deficit around ‘informed consent’, finds Irish maternity survey

By sa | Feb 2, 2015 |

The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services Ireland (AIMS Ireland) today released the first set of data from its ‘What Matters to You?’ survey, highlighting statistics for consent in pregnancy, during labour and birth, and following birth in the Irish maternity system.

Tamiflu reduces length of influenza symptoms new study finds

By sa | Jan 30, 2015 |

A new survey published in The Lancet concludes that Tamiflu shortens the duration of flu symptoms by about a day, compared to placebo, in adults with laboratory-confirmed influenza.

Research funding ‘pivotal’ to cancer breakthroughs

By sa | Jan 30, 2015 |

Breakthrough Cancer Research will be marking World Cancer Day on February 4 under the theme of ‘Not Beyond Us’.

Tamiflu reduces length of influenza symptoms new study finds

By sa | Jan 30, 2015 |

A new survey published in The Lancet concludes that Tamiflu shortens the duration of flu symptoms by about a day, compared to placebo, in adults with laboratory-confirmed influenza.

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