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# hse - Friday 8 December, 2017

One in five women doctors in Ireland claim to have been sexually harassed

Bully and sexual harassment remain common in Ireland’s medical workplaces, according to the IMO.

# hse - Sunday 3 December, 2017

HSE warns that elements of Scientology detox have 'no basis' in scientific fact

The purification rundown costs €1500.

# hse - Friday 1 December, 2017

A HIV prevention drug is being made available to Irish pharmacies at a 70% cheaper cost

PrEP is a once daily medication that can significantly reduce risk of infection among HIV-negative people at high risk.

# hse - Thursday 30 November, 2017

As it happened: 'Only seven maternity hospitals offer all women access to anomaly scans' Eighth Amendment This post contains videos

As it happened: 'Only seven maternity hospitals offer all women access to anomaly scans'

The Eighth Amendment Committee today discussed access to scans, counselling and other services.

# hse - Wednesday 29 November, 2017

Children with rare disorder attend Dáil as Harris says drug company must act in an ethical manner

The HSE made a decision earlier this month not to add it to the reimbursement list.

# hse - Monday 27 November, 2017

Doctors say more babies are getting potentially fatal whooping cough

The condition can have fatal consequences for babies up to three months of age.

# hse - Sunday 26 November, 2017

Flu vaccine can protect children who receive it, as well as younger siblings - research

The HSE is urging all those at risk to get vaccinated.

'A knife was pulled on me for refusing a prescription': GPs want more protection from violent patients HSE

'A knife was pulled on me for refusing a prescription': GPs want more protection from violent patients

A union representing GPs say there’s been an increase in the number of attacks on their members over the past several years; GPs want the HSE to put a process in place to protect staff and patients.

# hse - Wednesday 22 November, 2017

'I don't want to jump queues': Thousands waiting up to 4 years for cataract surgery

The eye condition causes a person’s vision to become impaired, and is the leading cause of blindness in the world.

Leo Varadkar suggests consultants should 'clock in' to ensure they're at work

His comments were in response to an RTÉ Investigates programme which revealed that one consultant left his work at a public hospital to treat private patients at a different hospital.

HSE staff member accused of feeding their child bleach solution 'to cure' autism

Gardaí are in the process of collecting statements and Tusla is also aware of the case.

# hse - Tuesday 21 November, 2017

Family slam 'unforgivable' treatment from HSE following award of €15 million

“The HSE seem determined to fight almost every case for years only to usually settle on the steps of the high court for millions.”

'Obviously life means nothing to these people': Patient dies waiting for deal on vital medication

The HSE has been negotiating with pharmaceutical company CSL Behring to make Respreeza available to Alpha One patients.

# hse - Sunday 19 November, 2017

'They're both excelling': Reform in child disability services begins to show signs of success

West Cork was one of the first places in the country to start this new service and families say they would be lost without it.

# hse - Saturday 18 November, 2017

'We shouldn't have to beg': Irish mothers' fight to be heard on drug linked to birth defects

Women who took an epilepsy drug while pregnant say they were not told it could harm their babies.

# hse - Thursday 16 November, 2017

Michael Noonan’s handling of the ‘Grace' case will be examined next year

‘Grace’ was left in an abusive foster home in the southeast of the country for 20 years.

Paramedics say new lunch arrangements 'show no regard for them'

“These rules would not be tolerated in any other section of the workforce.”

# hse - Wednesday 15 November, 2017

'The system is not adequate': Government sets up new way to judge medicines for rare diseases

Many drugs for rare diseases have been ruled as not “cost-effective” under existing criteria.

As it happened: 'Women from all walks of life and from every county in Ireland travel for abortion' Eighth Amendment This post contains videos

As it happened: 'Women from all walks of life and from every county in Ireland travel for abortion'

Representatives from the Irish Family Planning Association and the HSE appeared before the Eighth Amendment Committee today.

People with measles symptoms advised to isolate themselves as highly contagious disease spreads

Symptoms can present as red eyes, a runny nose, a high temperature and a rash.

# hse - Monday 13 November, 2017

Health minister says the €60 price tag to see a GP is too expensive

The minister said he would not compromise on his view that such fees are too high.

Irish Coast Guard and Air Corps no longer able to transport patients to UK at night

‘Priority 1′ transfers involve transporting patients by air to another country for emergency medical treatment.

# hse - Thursday 9 November, 2017

Man sues HSE after wife dies day after being discharged from hospital following overdose

Angelo Cloonan is seeking a damages claim from the HSE.

# hse - Wednesday 8 November, 2017

Mother told to call gardaí for her autistic son as HSE services were shut at the weekend

Mick Wallace read the woman’s plight into the Dáíl record yesterday.

# hse - Saturday 4 November, 2017

'I looked death in the eyes and didn't like what I saw so I came back': Double lung transplant patient running the New York marathon

In September, he was diagnosed IPF (idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis) a rare and incurable lung condition.

# hse - Wednesday 1 November, 2017

Tusla worker's phone was used to send journalist death threats Exclusive

A garda investigation is now underway.

# hse - Monday 30 October, 2017

'It had cut through and was sticking there': Irish women share vaginal mesh horror stories

The devices have been subject to international scrutiny over the last year and Irish women have now started to speak out about complications.

# hse - Friday 27 October, 2017

HSE boss says care agency that looked after 'Grace' was not treated unfairly

Tony O’Brien was told by one committee member that he is pre-empting the work of the inquiry.

# hse - Thursday 26 October, 2017

Living with dementia: 'Do I hide it or be straight? I went with straight. You have to live your life.' Carrying On This post contains videos

Living with dementia: 'Do I hide it or be straight? I went with straight. You have to live your life.'

Two dementia sufferers are telling their stories as part of a new HSE awareness campaign.

# hse - Wednesday 25 October, 2017

Cavan General Hospital apologises to Monaghan couple who lost their baby in 2009

The couple say their baby could have survived if his foetal heartbeat was properly monitored and recorded.

Simon Harris declares a 'public health emergency' for superbug

“We have seen a rapid and worrying increase,” said the Health Minister.

Parents urged to vaccinate children after HSE notified of potential measles case in Cork

Two cases of measles were confirmed in Dublin last Friday.

# hse - Tuesday 24 October, 2017

Garda urged community groups to distribute Scientology-backed materials at anti-drug meeting

The new centre was opened here last week, an event at which a HSE worker and Sari member spoke.

# hse - Monday 23 October, 2017

'It wasn't stood over by the witness': Tribunal hears closing arguments in Keith Harrison module

Information about the threats came from two anonymous 999 calls in October 2013.

# hse - Saturday 21 October, 2017

Over 200 children with serious teeth problems have waited over 4 years for treatment

Figures show that 11,786 children and young adults have been waiting over a year for necessary orthodontic treatment.

# hse - Friday 20 October, 2017

'If I stay in Ireland, my daughter could be slipping through my fingers' Pku

'If I stay in Ireland, my daughter could be slipping through my fingers'

People with PKU, a rare genetic disorder, are fighting for access to medication.

# hse - Thursday 19 October, 2017

After some confusion, hospitals told to pay doctors and nurses who didn't go to work on Monday

There was some confusion over what employees should do in the event of national red weather warnings.

# hse - Wednesday 18 October, 2017

The HSE has recorded 11 aggressive incidents against staff and patients A DAY since 2012

22,402 ‘incidents of harm’ have been put on record since January 2012.

# hse - Sunday 15 October, 2017

The HSE is working on an app that will tell you how busy your local emergency department is

A prototype of the app will be available by this November.

# hse - Monday 9 October, 2017

Barrister says that evidence of Donegal's most senior garda should not be accepted by Tribunal

Chief Superintendent Terry McGinn did not make notes when she directed an investigation into alleged actions of Keith Harrison.

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