An investigation is underway to determine whether patient’s information was breached following an attack by online hackers at the Midlands Regional Hospital.
A number of children in a special care unit in Co Cork were “pepper sprayed and handcuffed” by gardai following an incident, a new report has found.
Full-time carer Bernie O’Reilly says she’s at her “wits’ end” trying to care for her aging mother, who is blind and a double-leg amputee.
Working families are being blamed by health officials as one of the reasons for a rise in ‘bed blockers’ in public hospitals.
GPs who deliver medical abortions are expected to be paid a fee in the region of €400 per patient.
A medic who was employed as a junior doctor in a busy maternity hospital received generous marks of 55 out of 100 for clinical medical and diagnostic skills at his job interview – despite having no experience of treating patients.
Up to two-thirds of GPs say they are not in a position at this time to provide medical abortions because of a range of issues including workload, resources or conscientious objection.
Bugs resistant to treatment with antibiotics could kill millions over the next three decades, estimates suggest.
Tusla has taken steps to guard against the destruction or altering of case files in the wake of criticism from the Disclosures Tribunal.
Doctors who get the timeline wrong in cases of fatal foetal abnormality may be facing 14 years in jail, TDs were warned.