Concern in health service that results will fuel further fears about quality of health screening: Hundreds of women declined to take part in the tests
The loss of income would be catastrophic for an already cash-strapped system, say doctors
Leo Varadkar, Micheál Martin, Tim Pat Coogan and more profile the 14 men who have held the highest office in the land
Dr Gabriel Scally has had plenty of brushes with tragedy and scandals during his time as a senior public health doctor in England. But he says nothing compares to the experience of the CervicalCheck debacle, which he was brought in to investigate last year
Funding was sought last January by the doctors’ representative group to help fund termination of pregnancy (TOP) training for doctors, as many doctors have had little experience of providing this service
News that the judgment from Justice Kevin Cross has resulted in changed working practices at laboratories owned by one large global operator will fuel concerns that a new, and problematic, legal precedent has been set
Government concerned about potential public backlash; medical colleges to seek ‘interested party’ status in appeal
Hiring doctors ‘slow, fragmented, multi-step and distant from needs’
An unpublished report prepared by the HSE’s National Doctors Training and Planning Unit paints a damning picture, reporting that consultant recruitment in Ireland is 'in crisis'
Auditors find NAGP chief executive had €114,000 transferred to his personal bank account, claimed €54,000 in credit card expenses and withdrew cash in casinos
Alleged inappropriate spending, unvouched expenses and dysfunctional governance. The confidential reports and real story behind yet another fall from grace of a GP representative body
New data obtained by The Sunday Business Post shows a huge variation in vaccination rates across the country
Oncologist John Crown says the move is ‘unprecedented’ and calls on Minister for Health to ‘extend the opportunity of treatment to all patients’
Chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan is expected to be called before the Oireachtas health commi...
The government response to the CervicalCheck debacle means patients can only access the latest drugs if they have the ‘right’ illness