Publications

Strategic Review of Medical Training and Career Structure – Seventh Progress Report

In July 2013 a Working Group, chaired by Prof. Brian MacCraith, President, Dublin City University, was established to carry out a strategic review of medical training and career structure. The Working Group was tasked with examining and making high-level recommendations relating to training and career pathways for doctors with a view to: improving graduate retention

Expert Group to review the law of torts and the current systems for the management of clinical negligence claims – Terms of Reference

The Programme for Partnership Government stated “we will tackle the rising cost of claims by establishing an expert group to report within 6 months on options for reforming the law of torts and the current claims process, particularly when it comes to birth injuries and catastrophic injuries, and injuries that can result from vaccination.” Cognisant

General Scheme Patient Safety Bill 5 July 2018

A Bill to provide for mandatory open disclosure of serious reportable patient safety incidents, notification of reportable incidents, clinical audit to improve patient care and outcomes and extend the Health Information Quality Authority remit to private health services 5 July 2018 General Scheme Patient Safety Bill 5 July 2018

Report on the findings of the public consultation on home-care services

The consultation opened on 6th July 2017 and closed on 2nd October 2017, and was undertaken to inform the development of a statutory scheme and system of regulation for home-care services. Over 2,600 responses were received from individuals and stakeholder-organisations. The report on the findings of the public consultation was prepared by the Institute of

National Dementia Strategy Mid-Term Review

In December 2014 the first Irish National Dementia Strategy was launched. The Strategy seeks to progress the dual and overarching principles of personhood and citizenship by enabling people with dementia to maintain their identity, resilience and dignity and by recognising that they remain valued, independent citizens who, along with their carers, have the right to

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