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The HSE would like to remind all those with a weak immune system aged 16 and over that they can avail of their booster dose, at least three months after their additional vaccination dose, in line with NIAC guidance
Earlier today, The National Clinical Programme for Critical Care hosted the National Critical Care Conference, livestreamed from the Printworks in Dublin Castle. The theme of this conference was ‘The Future of Critical Care in Ireland’.
The selection by Sláintecare for funding on an ongoing basis of a project piloted in its Wexford Mental Health Services has been welcomed by HSE/South East Community Healthcare (SECH).
Citywest COVID-19 test centre is moving to a new premises in Tallaght on Friday 21st January 2022.
Today, to mark Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (17 – 23 January), Ireland’s population screening programme, CervicalCheck, is highlighting the barriers faced by women over 50 in accessing this vital health screen.
The Psychiatry of Old Age (POA) Service in Sligo Leitrim Mental Health Services is marking over 20 years of serving the communities in Sligo Leitrim.
The next meeting of the Regional Health Forum - Dublin North East will take place on Monday, 24th January, 2022
The Emergency Ambulance Services of the Dublin Fire Brigade (DFB) and the National Ambulance Service (NAS) are experiencing a large volume of calls and requests for emergency ambulances at this time.
With a positive uptake in registration numbers for children aged 5-11 years of age for the COVID-19 vaccination, the HSE is encouraging parents to familiarise themselves with the HSE advice issued on the vaccination of children.
Recovery Education is the topic of the fifth episode in the Stories of Recovery Podcast series. The podcast, which is live from today, January 7th is part of a series which focuses on local stories of hope and recovery in Cavan and Monaghan.