Press Releases

Launch of Active School Week 2018 and Active School Walkway

Thursday 19th April – An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar along with Ministers Richard Bruton, Simon Harris and Catherine Byrne today welcomed Active School Week 2018 and the introduction of a new Active School Walkway initiative. Active School Week (April 23–27) offers an opportunity for schools across the country to work together with students, parents, community and

National Public Health Emergency Team holds its 15th meeting

The National Public Health Emergency Team on Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae (CPE) held its 15th meeting on the 12th April 2018. The focus of discussion at the meeting included an update from the HSE Implementation Team and the latest HPSC CPE Surveillance Report, published on 6th April, available here. The latest figures from the National CPE Reference

Ireland reaches one millionth parkrun

On Saturday morning (April 7th), participants at parks and open spaces across the country will mark Ireland’s one millionth parkrun. parkrun organise free, weekly, 5km timed runs that are open and accessible to everyone. One of the flagship initiatives supported by Healthy Ireland, parkrun Ireland began in November 2012 and is part of a global

Minister Harris launches Public Consultation on Geographical Alignment of Community Healthcare Organisations and Hospital Groups

Minister for Health Simon Harris has today (Thursday) launched a Public Consultation on the Geographical Alignment of Community Healthcare Organisations (CHOs) and Hospital Groups. The consultation, which is part of the implementation of the Sláintecare Report, is seeking views on the organisational arrangements necessary to support a model of integrated and patient-centred care. Minister Harris

National Review of Specialist Cardiac Services – Steering Group Meeting

The Steering Group for the National Review of Specialist Cardiac Services met on Monday 26th March. During the meeting, the Steering Group finalised their interpretation of the scope of the Review, and agreed that a comprehensive review of all aspects of specialist cardiology services was required to make appropriate recommendations for the organisation of those

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