SBP editorial: The health service must function outside politics
Every week, we seem to find ourselves with another crisis or problem in the health service.
Last week, for example, Justice Peter Kelly heard a case in the High Court about a medical graduate from eastern Europe who was employed by an Irish maternity hospital despite never having been taught how to examine a pregnant woman and having never worked in any paid capacity in any hospital anywhere.
The court heard evidence of his failure...
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