Latest news from INMO
Aug 08 2018, 13:16 INMOThe Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) has responded to the government’s publication of the Sláintecare Implementation Strategy, and are awaiting an early meeting with the Minister for Health and the Sláintecare office. New facilities must be properly staffed
- Sale of Mater Private Group Confirmed INMO The INMO has been informed that the sale of the Mater Private Group to Infra Via has now been completed.
- Budget is “litmus test” for ministers on health service INMO INMO pre-budget submission argues that government can fix recruitment & retention crisis and kick-start funding for Sláintecare
- EDs in July: short over 200 nurses, record overcrowding INMO 11% increase in patients on trolleys since last July
- Hospital overcrowding hits monthly high, says INMO INMO 414 people are on trolleys or in overcrowded wards today (Tuesday), the highest figure recorded this July, and a 22% increase on the same day last year.
- Overdue Sláintecare Appointments Welcome - Now We Need Funding Commitment, says INMO INMO INMO comments on appointments of Sláintecare's first Executive Director and Chair of Advisory Council
- Poor Pay And Short Staffing Driving Nurses Out INMO Burn out is now commonplace in nursing and midwifery and unless pay is addressed the recruitment and retention crisis will get worse, the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) today warned TDs and Senators.
- Overcrowding in the Emergency Department at University Hospital Kerry Unsustainable INMO INMO members in the Emergency Department are to hold a lunchtime protest on Tuesday 3rd of July.
- June 2018 - Minor Reduction in Trolley Waits Recorded INMO