Search Results for 'Aggression'

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Cruel and inhumane conditions for patients and staff - Chambers

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Fianna Fáil TD for Mayo, Lisa Chambers, has described as cruel and inhumane the conditions patients and staff are dealing with in the Emergency Department at Mayo University Hospital.

NUI Galway study finds pornography use is associated with sexual aggression

A research study conducted by NUI Galway and Zagreb University in Croatia on 600 Croatian male high school students aged 15-17 over a 20-month period, has found that pornography use is associated with sexual aggression over time but only when people report a pre-disposition to aggression. In isolation, pornography use does not predict sexual aggression.

Manuela Riedo Foundation Ireland allocates €38,000 to sexual assault support agencies

The Manuela Riedo Foundation Ireland (MRFI) has announced that €38,950 has been allocated to professional support agencies for victims and survivors of sexual assault and rape in Ireland. The funding also aided the development of a sexual violence prevention and education pilot programme aimed at transition year students which MRFI initiated in 2015.

The ‘Likeability Factor' in Interviews - Why and How?

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In an ideal world, job offers and opportunities would be based purely on skill, ability and experience. Realistically, being ‘likeable’ is an important aspect of getting through the interview process successfully. As we all know, a person’s fit within the company culture and atmosphere is important both for you and your employer. The work might be ideal but getting along with colleagues, clients and customers is essential and will impact on your enjoyment of the role as well as your colleagues’ enjoyment of having you around! Most of us spend at least 5 days per week with our colleagues and would like to be in the company of people we can get along with.

Sledging a repulsive aspect of our games that must be stopped

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If you or I went into our workplace this morning, and started giving serious verbal abuse to a work colleague, making snide, mean, degrading and personal comments, we would be in front of our HR manager or line manager or principal by this afternoon, and rightly so. Bullying is totally outlawed in most reasonable places of work. It's a mean spirited act carried out by people often to try to intimidate their victims, to gain some type of psychological advantage over the individuals they are bullying, or to hide their own limitations and inadequacies.

Bullying and the role of the bystander

Bullying can happen to anyone at any age. It can happen in a variety of places; in school, on the way to and from school, in your neighbourhood or even at home on your phone, tablet or computer.

Bullying and the role of the bystander

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Bullying can happen to anyone at any age. It can happen in a variety of places; in school, on the way to and from school, in your neighbourhood or even at home on your phone, tablet or computer.

ISPCC Anti-Bullying Awareness Corner

What to do about bullying

Service launched to tackle self harm rates

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A new service has been launched in Mayo aimed at reducing the incidence of self harm in the county.

Service launched to tackle self harm rates

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A new service has been launched in Mayo aimed at reducing the incidence of self harm in the county.

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