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    Preparing for the unexpected, householders guide to major emergencies

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    A guide for the general public on how to be better prepared in the event of a major emergency

    PDF 2.84MB |Category: Emergency Management
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    DUMP - Disposal of unused medicines

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    A free service to dispose of unused / out of date medicines safely. Organised by the HSE with the Community Pharmacists in Cork and Kerry

    PDF 222KB |Category: Hospitals

    Consultant Staffing 2005

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    This report has been prepared by the National Hospitals Office of the Health Service Executive based on information collected and collated by Comhairle na nOspidéal. On 1st January, 2005, there were 1,947 approved permanent consultant posts and 4,170 approved nonconsultant hospital doctors (NCHD) in the public sector in Ireland. This is a net increase of 123 consultant posts (6.7%) on last year’s figure and, therefore, represents the largest number of additional consultant posts ever approved in a single year. This continues the trend of significant increases in the numbers of consultant posts approved for Irish hospitals in recent years. For example, 507 additional posts have been approved in the past 5 years compared with 224 in the previous 5 years.

    PDF 751KB |Category: Hospitals

    Return to Practice - A Handbook for Nurses and Midwives

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    This handbook provides you with the relevant information to assist and guide you when considering returning to nursing or midwifery practice in the public health service.

    PDF 707KB |Category: Hospitals