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Nov 11 2020, 18:06 INMOFrontline healthcare workers who worked at three care facilities owned by the Religious Sisters of Charity - Caritas Convalescent Centre, St. Mary’s Centre Telford and St. Monica’s Nursing Home - are still awaiting meaningful redundancy talks, the INMO, SIPTU and Forsa said.
- INMO Launches Agreement with Migrant Nurses Ireland INMO The INMO has launched today (Monday) its co-operation agreement with Migrant Nurses Ireland, an organisation which supports Indian nurses and work closely with the INMO overseas section to support the wider community of migrant nurses in improving their welfare and accessing union support as …
- INMO Call on HSE to Suspend All Services at Naas General Hospital INMO
- October Trolley Figures Nine Times Higher Than April – INMO INMO The number of people waiting for beds in Irish hospitals averages more than 200 per day, according to figures released by the INMO today (Friday), while staffing numbers continue to be impacted by high numbers of healthcare worker infection rates.
- All Ireland midwifery conference brings together midwives from north and south of the Irish border INMO Midwives and maternity support workers from both sides of the Irish border will today join forces for the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) and the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) annual all Ireland Midwifery Conference.
- Government health spending “could be wasted” without staffing plan - INMO INMO The government’s €4 billion spending boost for the health service “could be wasted” without plans to get staffing right, the INMO will today warn the Oireachtas health committee.
- “Stop exploiting student nurses and midwives” - INMO INMO
- “Welcome” major health budget boost “needs to be spent well” - INMO INMO
- Donegal islander nurse elected new INMO President INMO