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World No Tobacco Day is taking place on Wednesday 31st May, and HSE/South East Community Healthcare are encouraging all that smoke to use this date as their opportunity to quit or begin the process of quitting.
Today (Friday, 26th May), HSE advises that community vaccination centres (CVCs) around the country will continue to offer walk-in clinics to people eligible for the current COVID-19 Spring Booster over the coming days.
Today (Friday, 26th May 2023), the HSE launches a new Model of Care for Crisis Resolution Services, to provide brief person-centred intensive supports in people’s home and community as an alternative to hospital admission.
COVID-19 Spring Boosters are still available to everyone aged 70 or older and those aged 12 years or older with a weak immune system across CH CDLMS.
The HSE has launched a new Model of Care for Dual Diagnosis to set out clear and integrated care pathways for people with a dual diagnosis. Dual diagnosis is the coexistence of mental health problems and substance misuse problems.
Today (Tuesday, 23 May 2023), the HSE hosted a conference to set the organisation on its collective journey towards the implementation of a sustainable just culture. A Just Culture refers to a values-based supportive model of shared accountability, which recognises that:
As part of the HSE’s commitment to improve access to scheduled care services, a Modernised Care Pathways implementation workshop takes place today (Tuesday, 23rd May 2023) at the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland (RCSI).
Today (Monday, 22nd May 2023), the HSE is launching their drug harm-reduction campaign aimed at people attending Irish music festivals this summer.