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Health Minister Michelle O’Neill has published a public consultation paper and is now encouraging all people who use, or work within, health and social care services in Northern Ireland to have their say about how those services can be reconfigured.
Paul Smyth spent nearly 40 years as a Radiographer in the Health Service before retiring last December. During that time, one of the most consistent issues he experienced was a lack of information given to patients prior to a medical investigation, which made some patients anxious. He explains here how those anxieties can be allayed
This week, Health Minister Michelle O’Neill presented her 10-year vision to radically transform health and social care in Northern Ireland. Minister O’Neill said the health service is “at breaking point”, requiring a whole-system transformation across primary, secondary and community care
Over the past seven years, the PCC has engaged with tens of thousands of people on a wide range of health and social care-related issues through our many surveys, face-to-face interviews, workshops and contact with the general public at events right across Northern Ireland
Ashley Clarke, a carer, full time student, volunteer and trustee of Huntington’s Disease Association Northern Ireland (HDANI) describes her experience of caring for her dad who has Huntington’s.
Today the Patient and Client Council presented an overview briefing to the Health Committee.
Would you find it helpful to have more information about your doctor, on the medical register? The General Medical Council’s Chief Executive, Niall Dickson explains what the UK medical register is and how you can share your views on improving the register.
There are currently around 657,000 people from Northern Ireland on the NHS Organ Donation Register, that’s around 36% of the total population.