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Irish workers working from home have put in 300 million overtime hours since the start of the pandemic, with growing concern over increasing workforce burnout in new research from laya healthcare. As the country faces another month at least of Level 5 restrictions, laya healthcare’s Resilience Rising: Shaping the Future of Work and Wellbeing research, one of the largest research studies among Irish employees and employers during Covid-19, reveals two in five (43%) workers are experiencing frequent stress.
The Ireland Funds has launched its annual Business Plan Competition 2021, offering €27,000 to kick-start four smart, new business ideas.
The Ireland Funds launches its tenth annual Business Plan Competition, in partnership with St Patrick’s Mental Health Services
The Government’s mental health policy, enshrined in Sharing the Vision, foresees an Ireland where early intervention is guaranteed and those who experience mental health difficulties are provided with community-based services which cater to their individual needs.
In excess of 11,000 secondary students and teachers from all over the country are expected to attend this year’s Virtual HealthFest event on Wednesday, January 27, from 2pm to 4pm.
An out-of-hours free adult mental health service has opened across the road from University Hospital Galway.
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.
Cancer Care West, Croí, Galway Hospice, COPE Galway are among the local community and voluntary organisations set to benefit from an allocation of an extra three quarters of a million euro.
Local Independent TD, Deputy Denis Naughten, has said the disclosure that not one additional cent of pandemic funding has been provided for mental health services in the region “will have long term consequences for individuals and families over the weeks and months ahead”.