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Motion to bring health professionals home and end crisis driving them abroad – Clarke

Local Sinn Féin constituency representative, Deputy Sorca Clarke, has called on her Dáil Éireann colleagues to back the party’s motion to stop nurses and midwives being forced to emigrate due to the cost of living and housing crises.

There was only going to be one ‘Lady of the Lamp’ in Crimea

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Week III

Public Health Nurse named Galway’s Most Inspirational Person

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Public Health Nurse Grainne Ní Lochlainn from Connemara is celebrating this week after being named Galway’s Most Inspirational Person at this year’s Gala Retail Inspiration Awards with Virgin Media.

Roscommon Injury Unit appoints third Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Roscommon University Hospital is delighted to announce that Patricia Larkin has recently been appointed as a Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner (RANP) in Emergency Nursing at Roscommon Injury Unit.

Sonas Nursing Home presentation acknowledges employee’s sterling work

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Siobhan Bell recently stepped down as Person-in-Charge (PIC) after 16 years at Sonas Nursing Home Athlone - a valued member of Sonas, Siobhan is now working as CNM at Sonas Athlone.

Three additional neurology nurses to be hired for UHG

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Three additional neurology nurses will be hired at UHG this year, a move one leading Galway politician said was “a significant step in the right direction” for the specialty at the hospital.

Nursing — a rewarding career full of possibilities

“Let us never consider ourselves finished nurses. We must be learning all of our lives," Florence Nightingale, the founder of the modern nursing profession, once said, and her words are as relevant today as when she uttered them in the 19th century. A degree in nursing opens up a world of possibilities. While the discipline is naturally focused on caring for others, it also provides almost infinite opportunities for personal and professional growth.

Consider your CAO options at St Angela’s College, Sligo

For those choosing their CAO preferences for September 2022,St Angela’s College invites you to explore the range of courses available in Sligo, Ireland’s next university town. Course choices at St. Angela’s College include Home Economics (including teacher education with additional subject options); Nutrition, Food and Business Management; General Nursing; and Intellectual Disability Nursing.

Campaign calls for increased number of neurology nurses in Galway

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Increasing the number of nurse specialists in neurology will be a “cost-efficient way” of reducing waiting lists, freeing hospital resources, and ensuring patients in Galway have access to specialist support.

Mayo nurses stage protest to highlight excessive workloads and staffing pressure

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INMO members at Mayo University Hospital protested outside the hospital on Monday last to highlight excessive workloads and staffing pressure.

 

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