The Department of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Limerick is currently working on a research study exploring the perspectives of General Practice Nurses in Ireland of caring for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) patients. The aim of this study is to administer a national online co-designed survey, to examine how General Practice Nurses make sense, enact and receive support in delivering culturally responsive care to CALD populations.
Theresa Lowry Lehnen, the Nurse at South East Technological University (SETU) Carlow, is listed in 'Professional 100' for the second year running. Professional 100, celebrates the professional achievements of 100 leading health professionals in Ireland annually who contribute to the development of secondary care, by driving innovation, research, leadership and excellence across the Irish Healthcare sector.
'Young people and alcohol – What do we know and what can we do about it?' Webinar 30th November 2022, 11.30-13.00 hrs.
Register at https://buff.ly/3OvkL4B
This webinar is hosted by the HSE Health and Wellbeing Alcohol Programme as part of EU Alcohol Awareness Week.
The Review of the implementation of recommendations of the Scoping Inquiry into the CervicalCheck Screening Programme has now been released.
Click here to download the pdf.
GOSHH are providing free training days for professionals who are working with LGBTI+ Young People in the Mid-West. There is limited availability.
Next available dates and locations:
- November 24 - Newcastle West, County Limerick
- January 23 - Nenagh, County Tipperary
Click here for information and to register for the training days.
GOSHH are providing free training days in the areas of Sexual Health & HIV for professionals who are working with Young People in the Mid-West. Click here for information and to register for a training day.
The aim of this training course is to develop participants knowledge and skills around talking to young people about sexual health and HIV.
The Public Health (Alcohol) Act was passed in 2018. This webinar will look at what has been achieved to date and examines threat
The ADHD in Adults app was developed by the National Clinical Programme for ADHD in Adults, in partnership with ADHD Ireland and the UCD School of Psychology, and launched by Minister Mary Butler on Tuesday 8th November. This app is for adults diagnosed with ADHD, adults who may have ADHD, and partners, friends and family of adults with ADHD. The development of the App is an important milestone in the overall development of supports for Adults with ADHD in Ireland. Available to download on iOS and Android.
EU Alcohol Awareness Week runs from 28th November to 4th December. The HSE will be hosting a webinar on 30th November on 'Young people and alcohol – what do we know and what can we do about it?'.
To register visit: http://bit.ly/3UUQy1c