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# Health in Ireland

Last year
'I’ve never seen morale so broken': What one change do healthcare workers want to improve the system?
We asked health workers and others familiar with the sector what they want to see happen to improve healthcare in Ireland.
The Irish healthcare system is frequently hit with criticism and suggestions for how it can be improved.
Progress on the overhaul of the system is continuing but has been slow.
We asked workers and those familiar with the sector what one change they would like to see put into place.
'The belief that being a doctor is a vocation and all else must be sacrificed… that mentality is waning'
'We needed more beds, we still need more beds': Will lessons be learned from the pandemic?
Open Thread: What one change would you like to see in the Irish healthcare system?
This month, The Good Information Project is looking at healthcare in Ireland and we want to hear from you.
Can Ireland's health system be fixed, or is it beyond repair?
This month, The Good Information Project will take a look at healthcare in Ireland.
All time
Life expectancy: Gap narrows between Irish men and women (but both are living longer than before)
The increase is attributed to reductions in major causes of death.
Irish people are living longer and the birth rate is falling
A new report looks into several areas of both the health of the nation and health services in general.
Report on ageing in Ireland points to undetected illnesses
Significant indications of undetected illnesses among people aged 50 and over who participated in a TCD study on ageing in Ireland.