Top HSE New Headlines – 24/06/2018


Top HSE New Headlines – 24/06/2018

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Transfer proceedings of HSE teachers stayed

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a major relief to the Higher Secondary School teachers, the Kerala Administrative Tribunal (KAT) has stayed their transfer proceedings till August 31 based on a mass petition filed by a section of teachers.


HSE mental health budget boost is spent in three months

The HSE spent almost the entire increase in the mental health budget for 2018 on agency staff in the first three months of the year.

The bill for January to March came to almost €13m, according to the reply to a parliamentary question by Máire Devine, a Sinn Fein senator.


Competitive instincts and success of Irish rugby show how HSE must up its game

It is my belief that socialism doesn’t work economically, politically or socially. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the residents of communist East Germany couldn’t unite fast enough with their West German cousins. The Soviet Union collapsed soon afterwards, and Russia’s people show little desire to return to communism.


Cervical Check Sufferer Settles Lawsuit Against HSE In High Court Action

A cervical cancer sufferer has settled her lawsuit in the first smear test case since Vicky Phelan’s 2 point 5 million euro settlement.

The terminally ill 61 year old woman in the ‘K case’ sued the HSE and US Laboratory ‘Quest Diagnostics’ in a High Court action.


Boy (15) with autism placed in private apartment for six months ‘displaying symptoms of PTSD’

A 15-year-old boy with autism who who has been placed in a private rented apartment by the HSE for the last six months is now displaying symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).


Aberdeen City Council health and safety incidents increase by nearly 50% in year

Health and safety incidents at Aberdeen City Council have increased by almost 50% over the past year, compared to 2016-17.

A total of 671 incidents were reported between April 1 2017 and March 31 2018, up 49% from the 450 of the previous year.

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