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Researchers at NUI Galway’s Health Innovation via Engineering (HIVE) Lab, led by Professor Derek O’Keeffe, have developed a new smartphone app to help with social distancing. As recommended by the World Health Organisation, one of the basic principles in minimising the spread of this infectious disease is social distancing. It is currently suggested that people should have a space of at least 2 metres around them to reduce the chance of respiratory spread of the disease from person to person.
Seven new NUI Galway projects to respond to the COVID-19 emergency were announced by Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation, Heather Humphreys, TD yesterday (Wednesday) evening.
With children up to 15 considered at risk from the so-called ‘Aussie flu’ this winter, a local councillor has said it is "vital" the warnings of doctors and medical experts "are heeded", and that "children showing symptoms of flu are kept home from school".
St Anne’s at Lenaboy Castle had none of the characteristics of an institution, says former clinical director
Clinical Director in Child Psychiatry 1975-2002
It could take up to five years before University Hospital Galway has a new emergency department.
Earlier this month, in excess of 150,000 people woke up and walked from Darkness Into Light with Pieta House, crossing the finish line in more than 150 locations around the globe.
As clinicians responsible for delivering secondary and tertiary paediatric and neonatal healthcare, our number one priority is providing the best possible care to our patients.
A new A&E for Galway is not enough, the city needs a new hospital, according to outspoken Left TD Catherine Connolly, who accused Health Minister Simon Harris of "failing to grasp" this issue "either deliberately or through inexperience".
Three out of four Galway women eligible for free cervical cancer screening availed of the potentially life saving service in 2014/2015, according to a new report. The county was one in which CervicalCheck - The National Cervical Screening Programme reported a high uptake rate (75 per cent) among its target population of women aged 25 to 60 years. The objective of the programme for coverage over five years remains at 80 per cent.