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University Hospital Galway’s emergency department - which continues to hit the headlines due to overcrowding problems - will be put under the spotlight next month when a national A&E forum will be held in Galway to examine ways to improves its service.
A leading nursing union official has warned that the recruitment ban on frontline hospital staff, such as nurses and midwives, must be lifted and closed beds must be opened at University Hospital Galway to resolve the ongoing problems at the facility’s emergency department.
The 2010 Cape Cod Walk in aid of Hospice will take place from Saturday May 29 to Monday June 7. To participate in the walk each participant must raise €4,000 in sponsorship.
More than 100 nurses staged a lunchtime demonstration outside University Hospital Galway on Monday in protest over the fact that a shorter working week - due to be put in place in June - has not been implemented at UHG and Merlin Park hospitals.
The Susie Long Hospice Fund has teamed up with KCLR96fm to run ‘Hospice Week’ in Kilkenny from 3-12 October.
NUI Galway’s nursing course is set to have one of the biggest loss next year following the revelation that the number of places in nursing degree programmes will be cut by 16 per cent nationwide.
A local nursing official has slammed the overcrowding “chaos” at University Hospital Galway’s emergency department earlier this week, likening it to “Third World conditions”.
The NUI Galway Students’ Union voted unanimously to condemn the HSE’s “attack” on student nurses.
Mayo Roscommon Hospice is holding an Information Evening in Belcarra Community Centre on Tuesday March 3 at 8pm in conjunction with the Belcarra Community Council committee.
It will be at least another two weeks before the outcome of crucial talks on the future of the South Westmeath Hospice facility in Athlone is known.