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Music and barbecue for hospice

Celebrate Arthur’s Day on Thursday September 26 with a barbecue and live entertainment by Edison in Johnny McHales from 7pm.

Westmeath to celebrate Nursing Homes Week

The inaugural Nursing Homes Week 2013 will be celebrated in Westmeath from August 26 to September 1.

Mayo nurses’ contracts renewed at last minute after they refused lower pay

Eleven general staff nurses in Mayo General Hospital, who were facing the prospect of being unemployed at the end of this week, have had their contracts renewed for a three month period after the nurses boycotted the offering of a graduate programme which would lead to an immediate 20 per cent decrease in their wages.

Social workers in Mayo urged to register with their regulator

CORU, the body charged with regulating health and social care professionals, has advised social workers that they have just weeks to apply to register with their regulator. Registration, which is aimed at protecting the public, is the law and social workers who do not register will face serious consequences.

Craughwell family to travel across twelve countries to raise funds for Galway Hospice

A Co Galway family will travel across 12 European countries in a 20-year-old landrover to raise funds for the Galway Hospice.

Help Galway Hospice build for the future

The Galway Hospice is organising a community meeting next Tuesday March 12 in the Clayton Hotel at 8pm as part of the recently launched ‘Building for the Future’ fundraising campaign.

Raheen Woods Lights in Life boost for Galway Hospice

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Over the Christmas season Raheen Woods Hotel put forth their annual Life in Lights campaign to raise much needed funds for the Galway Hospice Foundation. Established in 1986 Galway Hospice provides essential palliative care as well as counselling and support services for patients and their families.

Health Minister told to ‘back off’ and leave newly qualified nurses alone

Minister for Health James Reilly has been told to “back off”and find a more “equitable” solution rather than reducing the starting salary for newly qualified nurses and midwives to 80 per cent of the current rate.

New graduate scheme will force nurses to emigrate, warns students’ union

More nursing graduates will be forced to emigrate unless the Minister for Health abandons its new graduate scheme.

Galway nurses wanted in sunny Sydney

A local recruitment agency is spearheading a drive to sign up 70 Irish nurses to work in public hospitals in New South Wales.

 

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