“The three of the most Googled searches for the vaccine in Ireland all involve phrases such as ‘controversy’, ‘side effect’ and ‘is it safe?’” A Trinity professor has criticised the lasting impact that fearmongering online has had on the Irish public after recent revelations that the number of female students opting to receive […]
The Union of Students of Ireland (USI), in cooperation with drugs.ie and the Health Service Executive (HSE) have launched a new campaign targeting people who consume new psychoactive substances (NSP). The harm reduction campaign was launched in the Institute of Technology Tallaght, and is the first phase of an ongoing campaign to provide harm reduction information to students. […]
Eóin Ó Murchú explores the roadmap to universal healthcare in Ireland
Harm prevention, medicinal uses of cannabis and the HSE’s naloxone demonstration project are among the topics discussed at the event on Saturday
Caoimhe Brennan sheds valuable light on the harsh reality of dealing with mental illness, and the HSE’s inability to provide adequate treatment
With the HSE’s “#LittleThings” campaign gaining prominence nationally, Sarah Taaffe-Maguire examines if it really is the little things that make a difference to mental health
TCD society told that the influence of Bahrain’s ruling Al-Khalifa dynasty reaches “all the way up to Stephen’s Green, the RCSI and the HSE”, and how RCSI allegedly “denied existence” of female doctor tortured and sexually abused in prison.
Micahel Stone looks at the much maligned, seemingly misnamed Irish care system.
Eva Short dispels the myths around the Romani in Ireland and looks at their experience here thus far.
HSE tells woman with incurable neurological condition that losing her medical card would be her decision
Deputy Editor, Tommy Gavin reports on an incident where the HSE told a patient with motor neuron disease that losing her medical card would be her decision