• 31Jul

    HSE welcomes publication of National Review of Compliance with Children First Child Protection Guidelines

    The HSE has today, Wednesday, July 31st, welcomed the publication of three background reports on the review of the Children First: National Guidelines for the Protection and Welfare of Children:

  • 31Jul

    Expressions in Colour Art Exhibition at Cork University Hospital

    Cork University Hospital (CUH) Arts Committee and the Acute Mental Health Unit will today (31st July 2008) launch an exhibition of their first ever ‘artist-in-residence’ project. This project was developed in collaboration with the CUH arts committee and the Acute Mental Health Unit. The artist chosen to facilitate this residency was Ms Charlotte Donovan who spent ten weeks working with patients. More than 60 patients were encouraged to experiment with a wide range of art materials and techniques, glass blowing and collage.

  • 31Jul

    HSE confirms commitment to LRC process

    The HSE has today, Wednesday, July 30th, confirmed that following talks at the Labour Relations Commission involving the HSE and IMPACT, both parties have agreed to engage in a process aimed at resolving the current dispute.

  • 9Jul

    HSE Welcomes Ombudsman’s Report

    The Health Service Executive (HSE) today welcomed the 2007 report of the Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly.

  • 8Jul

    CUH Director of Nursing Conferred as Doctor of Governance

    Director of Nursing at Cork University Hospital, Mary Boyd, has been conferred as a Doctor of Governance at Queens University, Belfast; a first for a Director of Nursing in an acute hospital in Ireland. The Doctorate in Governance (DGOV) is a new approach to inspire high standards of governance into service delivery by high level public servants. Mary’s doctoral thesis suggested that role clarity should be a seventh element in clinical governance and that establishing role clarity in Irish acute healthcare was a key role for hospital boards.

  • 4Jul

    HSE Updates Staff Associations on Current Developments

    The Health Service Executive today (3rd July, 2008) met with the main staff representative bodies that represent the majority of staff working in the HSE and HSE funded agencies to brief them on current developments.

  • 1Jul

    HSE Welcomes the Monitoring Group Report for Vision for Change

    The HSE welcomed today the publication of the Report of the Monitoring Group on the Implementation of"A Vision for Change"- the Report of the Expert Group on Mental Health  Policy.