Latest news from INMO
May 08 2019, 12:21 INMODelegates will debate over 30 motions
- 62% yes: INMO members vote to accept proposals INMO Ireland’s nurses and midwives have voted to accept proposals offered to resolve their industrial dispute earlier this year, with 62% voting in favour.
- Hospital Overcrowding 10,229 INMO 10,229 admitted patients were forced to wait without hospital beds in April 2019 according to a new monthly analysis by the INMO.
- Global campaign for nursing launches in Dublin INMO Nursing Now, a global campaign to raise the status of nursing, will launch in Ireland next Thursday 25th of April, at a former hospital, the Richmond Education & Event Centre, Dublin 7. The event runs from 11am to 1pm.
- INMO Executive recommends nurses and midwives vote to accept proposals INMO The INMO Executive will now move to ballot members, beginning on the 8th of April
- 81 on trolleys in Limerick - highest ever recorded in an Irish hospital INMO 81 patients were waiting without beds in University Hospital Limerick - the highest-ever daily figure recorded in an Irish hospital, according to today’s INMO Trolley Watch.
- 14% increase in trolley figures INMO The total number of patients waiting on trolleys in March was 9,714, including 117 children. The average daily figure for the month was 486.
- INMO welcomes new package for Sexual Assault Treatment Units INMO The INMO has welcomed a new funding, staffing and policy package for Ireland’s nurse-led Sexual Assault Treatment Units (SATUs).
- Nurses “deeply disappointed” at Limerick hospital bed closure decision INMO The INMO is “deeply disappointed” following a meeting with University Hospital Limerick management today, where they confirmed plans to close a 17-bed ward from tomorrow.