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John Clarke, who guided NUI Galway to two Collingwood Cup victories in the 90s, believes football coaches need to be extremely diligent when dealing with heading in the game.
Choosing the right care for relatives is an important decision. Everyone naturally wants the best quality care at an affordable price, but more importantly they want their loved one to be safe and happy…. and for most, no matter what age they are, there’s simply no place like home.
Mental health services for older people in Ireland suffering from illnesses such as depression, dementia and anxiety are inadequate and must be urgently improved, according to a new report by the Mental Health Commission.
Mayo University Hospital has re-opened a number of newly refurbished wards and patients have now moved back to the refurbished areas.
Healthy Westmeath has announced details of its targeted Community Mental Health Fund Small Grants Scheme as part of the Round 3 Strand 1 of the Healthy Ireland Programme.
Charlotte Johnston, Community Dietitian
Dr Emer McGrath of NUI Galway has been awarded a clinician scientist fellowship as part of the Health Research Board (HRB) €3.7 million investment in 12 new health research fellowships. Dr McGrath was awarded €655,524 for her research into blood-based biomarkers for early detection of preclinical neurocognitive disorders.
The fifth national Public and Patient Involvement (PPI) in Research Conference, hosted by NUI Galway, will take place on Wednesday, 6 May, but this year all attending will join online. In addition, to members of the research community, there is a particular welcome to the public, patients and to patient and community organisations.
With all the talk of Covid-19 spoiling the recent national feast day celebrations, we can still maintain rude health by 'going green'.
A novel idea, Glasson Golf Club are presently promoting the health benefits pertaining to playing the game of golf.