‘Poor resourcing and inequality’

Resources for the care of our sick children must be improved, writes orthopaedic surgeon Pat Kiely

20th November, 2010

Unless we move towards more equitable resource allocation for paediatric care, where, how or when we build a new children’s hospital may be irrelevant.

The ageing children’s hospitals in Dublin are becoming unfit for purpose or else need renovation.

There is a shortage of staff across virtually all areas and specialities.

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