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Your HealthMum Karen Morgan with son James and family

New National Genetics Strategy to enhance lives

Meath schoolboy, James Morgan celebrated his ninth birthday late last year. As well as welcoming a new year, James and his mum Karen welcomed a new national health development that is particularly significant for them both – the launch of the new National Genetics and Genomics Strategy.

Your HealthTallaght University Hospital Chronic Pancreatitis App

Tallaght University Hospital developing Chronic Pancreatitis App

Tallaght University Hospital (TUH) and its interdisciplinary Chronic Pancreatitis team recently showcased an innovative mobile phone app, termed the SmartCP app that empowers patients to take control of their Chronic Pancreatitis and will improve communication with the Hospital team.

Your HealthTony Barry

Tony thanks carer for treating wife with respect and understanding

“The help has been incredible and it’s done with good humour and friendliness” – Tony Barry from Ennis, Co Clare, expresses his gratitude to the caring support he continues to receive for his wife Terri.

Your HealthCian Caball

Cian given hope of a whole life ahead after stroke

“She gave me hope that there’s a whole life ahead of me,” – Cian Caball, 42, from Limerick City, on the support he received after his stroke last year.

Your HealthRay Dunford

Ray thanks PHN and Limerick Primary Team for his late dad’s care

“You have someone to talk and you have no idea how invaluable that is. They were compassionate, respectful, kind, sympathetic, empathetic” – Ray Dunford speaking about the HSE team based in the Barrack View Primary Care Centre, Limerick.

Your HealthPeter Kavanagh

Peter thanks Ennis centre staff for giving him confidence

“It’s improved my confidence and it’s made me like myself more now than I did before I came into the Dulick Centre” – Peter Kavanagh, service user, speaking about the Dulick Centre in Ennis, Co Clare.