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#Irish Association for Emergency Medicine

# irish-association-for-emergency-medicine - Friday 24 January, 2014

'HSE says hospital overcrowding is improving, that's not what we're hearing'

The IAEM says the number of trolley inpatients in wards has increased since last year, not decreased.

# irish-association-for-emergency-medicine - Saturday 13 April, 2013

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# irish-association-for-emergency-medicine - Monday 28 May, 2012

Emergency medics demand commitment to solve overcrowding 'once and for all'

If Tallaght can change procedures within three days to cut waiting times, the IAEM says, so can other hospitals.

# irish-association-for-emergency-medicine - Monday 6 February, 2012

Shortfall of doctors in Emergency Departments

A review by the Irish Association for Emergency Medicine shows there is an “unsafe deficit” within a certain grade in the Emergency Medicine tier, even after the recruitment of staff from abroad.

# irish-association-for-emergency-medicine - Monday 26 September, 2011

Calls for ban of window blinds following toddler death

A two-year-old toddler died after he became entangled in the cord of a blind earlier this year.

# irish-association-for-emergency-medicine - Wednesday 21 September, 2011

HSE spends €80,000 housing Asian doctors - but many cannot work

Almost half the junior doctors recruited in India and Pakistan earlier this year have not been able to join hospital teams.

# irish-association-for-emergency-medicine - Wednesday 7 September, 2011

Health service 'reaching breaking point' over doctor shortages

The warning comes as it emerged just 60 of nearly 300 doctors recruited from India and Pakistan have been registered to begin working.

# irish-association-for-emergency-medicine - Sunday 7 August, 2011

HSE agency staff ban 'will force more shutdowns like Roscommon'

Emergency departments in several more smaller hospitals could be forced to close, a medical association has warned.

# irish-association-for-emergency-medicine - Friday 1 July, 2011

Junior doctor shortage looming in ten days' time, warns Minister

Dr James Reilly said more than 200 posts are still unfilled as he revealed plans to shut down A&E services at one hospital.

# irish-association-for-emergency-medicine - Monday 27 June, 2011

HIQA should investigate standards at ALL overcrowded emergency services

Emergency Medicine group calls for HIQA to expand its investigation to all hospitals which have a record of chronic overcrowding in their emergency departments.