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# Doctors

Last month
May 2024
Plans announced for 3,000 hospital beds amid warning Ireland is 'miles away' from meeting ICU demand
This year
Dr Chris Luke: To improve care in emergency departments, we should do two simple things today
Dr Chris Luke
Zoe Ryan: I used to be ashamed of my psoriasis, but now it's part of who I am
Zoe Ryan
Junior doctors in Northern Ireland holding 24-hour walkout over pay conditions
Maximum validity of prescriptions extended to one year, as govt aims to reduce pressure on GPs
Sinéad Burke: Heart disease has taught me to grab life with both hands and live every moment
Sinéad Burke
Last year
HSE recruitment freeze extended for almost all categories
INMO to engage with members over industrial action as HSE consider extending recruitment freeze
A quarter of people haven't visited their GP in the last year
'The baggies don't have a little health warning': Doctor warns coke strokes are on the rise
It is 'inevitable' the health service will have to move to a seven-day roster, Tánaiste says
Ulcerative colitis: I kept losing weight and was exhausted - I collapsed every time I stood up
Brian Tyrrell
Calls to reform education and training for GPs amid 'crisis' shortage
'Non-EU nurses are paying to come here': Ireland's place in global scramble for healthcare staff
Debunked: No evidence Ballaghaderreen doctors ‘only see Syrians and Ukrainians’ on Mondays
All time
Junior doctors to vote on deal aiming to eliminate long and unsafe working hours
FactFind: How much does it cost the State to train a doctor in Ireland?
Doctors 'struggling to get paid' due to payroll issues in hospital changeover, IMO says
'The belief that being a doctor is a vocation and all else must be sacrificed… that mentality is waning'
Taoiseach denies 'sham' debate and says arguments against NMH move to St Vincent's 'didn't hold up'
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
The 'workhorses' of the health service: How Ireland's GPs are under increasing pressure right now
IMO's non-consultant hospital doctors to ballot for industrial action
44% increase in the number of Irish doctors emigrating to Australia since 2018
Women in medicine: 'The system is still designed to suit people with no attachments or responsibilities'
Non-EU doctors in Ireland now being considered for specialist training on equal footing as EU applicants
Non-EU doctors in Ireland to get more access to specialist training after pandemic campaign
Doctors displeased with some 'alarming' terms in draft Sláintecare consultant contract
Three in four consultants in Irish hospitals report burnout from Covid-19, study finds
Public health doctors accept invitation for talks with Department of Health over ongoing dispute
Health Minister 'disappointed' at public health doctor plans to strike for three days in January
'I'm at the bottom of the list': Non-EU doctors in Ireland still face barriers in accessing specialist training
'Significant concerns' about mental health impact of Covid-19 on practitioners, non-profit says
Out-of-hours GP service for Kildare and West Wicklow no longer charging for Covid-19 consultations
Hospital services of 'major concern' to GPs as doctors claim they're struggling to get patients seen
Increase in patients telling GPs they are victims of domestic violence during pandemic
Hospital doctor: Frontline workers have given their all - a second surge would be devastating
Rachel McNamara
Over 584,000 patients waiting for their first outpatient hospital appointment last month
'An absolute scandal': Ireland has the highest Covid infection rate for healthcare workers in the world, committee told
'Cocooning by voluntary informed consent or enforced expectation? Time to rethink our treatment of over 70s'
Professor Rónán Collins