Latest news from INMO
Oct 16 2018, 13:54 INMO94% have rejected proposals to address the recruitment and retention crisis in nursing and midwifery
- Nurses and midwives welcome extra health spending – but recruitment and retention crisis needs to be tackled INMO The INMO has welcomed the extra investment in Ireland’s public health service in today’s budget. But the organisation has questioned the inaction on the recruitment and retention crisis in nursing and midwifery.
- Nurses and midwives welcome new Sláintecare advisory council INMO
- Cashel nurses to step up industrial action due to understaffing INMO Nurses in the Rehabilitation Unit in St Patrick’s Hospital, Cashel, have stepped up their industrial action this week (from Monday), in protest against chronic understaffing.
- Nearly 8,000 patients forced to wait on trolleys and chairs in September INMO
- Nurses and midwives recommend rejection of government pay proposals INMO 92% of those at a special delegate conference of the INMO voted to recommend that members reject the government’s pay proposals
- Dublin nurses to protest INMO Nurses who are members of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation will protest at Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown on Tuesday 25th September, to highlight unsafe staffing levels and overcrowding.
- Kilkenny and Cavan nurses and midwives to continue protests against understaffing INMO Kilkenny and Cavan nurses and midwives to continue protests against understaffing
- INMO hosts international speakers in campaign for safe nursing levels INMO INMO Workforce Planning and Skill Mix Symposium