National News

Up to 70,000 removed from waiting lists without consultation

October 31, 2018

The figures obtained from GPs and shared by Donnelly reveal that 69,836 patients were cut from waiting lists as part of a “validation exercise” after staff inquired that they were “ready, willing, suitable and available” to attend.

National News

PrEP accessibility may increase

October 17, 2018

The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA\0 want to provide a HIV preventative drug for free to at risk patients with medical cards.

Features

No good time for goodbye

November 29, 2017

Darkness does not discriminate. Few people are bypassed when dire possibility and self-doubt eradicate even the faintest glimmer of light. Darkness can live within us all. For most, it pays only fleeting visits. For most, suicide is not

Opinion

Opinion: Nurses strike exposes HSE incompetence

February 22, 2017

The nurses and midwives of Ireland plan industrial action on the seventh of March after the HSE failed to agree terms with the INMO regarding a dispute over working conditions

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News Features

Dealing with diabetes

April 2, 2014

How does being diabetic change a person’s life? The College View looks at the life-changing affect the condition can have.

Opinion

Medical negligence in Irish hospitals

November 6, 2013

One in every 10 patients is injured and one in every one hundred dies in Irish hospitals. Nathan Wheeler asks do you feel safe in Irish hospitals?

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DCU News

TB outbreak in DCU

March 1, 2013

There are fears a Tuberculosis (TB) outbreak in DCU could be much worse than originally reported.  On Friday, college authorities confirmed that two students had tested positive for non-contagious strands of the disease. However, The