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This week, the HSE National Ambulance Service and Dublin Fire Brigade have joined the Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) Hospital Group to embrace the Rainbow Badge as a way to show that their services offer open, non-judgemental and inclusive care for people who identify as LGBTQ+.
Today (Thursday, 23 June 2022), HSE Health and Wellbeing will represent the organisation at the third All Ireland Social Prescribing Conference in Derry.
A team from the HSE, the UL Hospital group and the mid-west community services is being established to devise and implement specific actions to deal with the challenges in responding to the unprecedented level of demand for services at UL Hospital and the wider region in recent months.
The Spark innovation Summit brought together healthcare staff, industry, and academics last week to get informed, inspired, and excited about frontline health innovation.
Two nurses at the Department of Public Health Mid-West have received a top award in recognition of their innovative idea to collect urine samples in a cleaner way in order to improve diagnosis rates of infections, with the aid of a special app.
The report and accounts highlight the key health and social services provided by the HSE in 2021 out of a budget of €21.643 billion(bn), including funding to non-statutory agencies of €5.691bn.
Today (Friday, 17th June 2022), the HSE’s National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP) launches the Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy (SACT) Model of Care, a strategy which aims to provide patients with access to the best quality treatment and standard of care.