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In a three and a half minute video released this week by the HSE’s South East Community Healthcare (SECH) organisation and the HSE’s Area C Public Health Dept., the Chief Officer of SECH Kate Killeen White tells viewers that if they are wondering if they should get the Flu Vaccine, the answer is ‘Yes’:
There has been a small increase in Invasive Group A Streptococcal (iGAS) in Ireland since the beginning of October.
On 2nd of December 2022, Mary Butler T.D., Minister of State for Mental Health and Older People officially opened Blackwater House, (Continuing Care Unit).
The HSE’s Waterford COVID-19 Vaccination Services Centre is relocating to new premises.
The HSE is advising that vaccination is the best protection against Flu and COVID-19 illness ahead of the Christmas period.
The HSE is advising people to get vaccinated against Flu and COVID-19 ahead of the festive period to ensure they are protected. Protection from previous vaccines or from COVID-19 infection decreases over time and your next COVID-19 vaccine will help protect you from serious illness in the months ahead. If you've had COVID-19 recently, you must wait 4 months before booking your vaccine appointment.
Self-advocacy in disability sector is highlighted at HSE hosted event in Donegal
To coincide with International Day of People with Disabilities, taking place on Saturday December 3rd, the HSE officially launched the Le Chéile Network this week and is promoting staff participation in the Network across all parts of the HSE.
Today (Thursday, 1st December 2022), the HSE in collaboration with Cara Sport Inclusion Ireland, supported by Sport Ireland, launched an exciting health, wellbeing and physical activity programme called ‘Active Healthy Me’.
The HSE Spark Innovation Programme recently invited frontline healthcare workers to join start-ups, corporates, researchers and their academic institutions to forge exciting and innovative partnerships in the AI and Machine Learning Space