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27.6.2017 This is the third annual report of the National Healthcare Quality Reporting System (NHQRS). This report makes publicly available information on the quality and safety of healthcare across the Irish????health system. Its focus is on a balanced set of healthcare data that gives an...
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21.12.2016 This is the ninth edition of this easy-to-use reference guide to significant trends in health and health care over the past decade, including population and health status, as well as trends in service provision. This year, new tables, ????maps and graphs have been included on some...
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In June 2016, the D??il agreed to establish a Special Committee -- the Committee on the Future of Healthcare -- to achieve cross-party consensus on a single long-term vision for health care and the direction of health policy in Ireland, and to make recommendations to the D??il in that regard. The...
Article in Australian Journal of Rural Health 10(4):188-195 · January 2002
Health in Ireland, Key Trends 2016 provides summary statistics on health and health care over the past ten years. It also highlights selected trends and topics and includes new data which has become available during the course of the year. An important objective is to assess ourselves and our...
This publication is one of a series of reports produced as part of the NI health...
In his speech of 4 November 2015, the then Minister for Health, Simon Hamilton MLA, announced that in response to recommendation 1 of The Right Time, The Right Place report by Sir Liam Donaldson, he would appoint an expert, clinically led panel to consider and lead an informed debate on the best...
Health and Wellbeing 2026: Delivering Together, is the outworking of the Expert Panel’s recommendations. Health Minister Michelle O'Neill sets out a commitment to tackle the issues faced in our Health and Social Care system through decisive political leadership.
Despite the central role hospitals have in the health care system, relatively few health promotion activities are conducted in Australian public hospitals. This study investigated the types of obstacles that were perceived to inhibit health promotion activities in hospitals. A questionnaire for...

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