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State treatment of asylum seekers creates ‘legacy’ of mental illness
State treatment of asylum seekers creates ‘legacy’ of mental illness Sinn Féin health spokesman Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin introduces Private Memb...
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Nurse admits taping patient’s mouth to keep him quiet
Nurse admits taping patient’s mouth to keep him quiet
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Ruling of European Court of Human Rights an indictment of our institutions
Yet again, a woman in Ireland is let down by Irish institutions and is forced to seek justice and redress at European level, in spite of ample evidence in her favour. This story is all too similar, we're witnessing it with Terminations for Medical Reasons, and last year with the Magdalene Survivors. This is not just a reflection on Ireland of 40 or 50 years ago, it is a commentary on Ireland as of now. It is this Government and this Supreme Court that has exacerbated the shame.
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Jailing of Irish writer and activist
Sir, – Margaretta D’Arcy, aged 79 and seriously ill, has been jailed for refusing to promise she will not again protest against the use of S...
Why is the obvious so hard to see and then ignored?!!!!  "One of the authors, senior lecturer and consultant psychiatrist Prof Brendan Kelly, said this was a “new and deeply concerning finding – for both groups”.   my guess is that the extent of trauma in the lives of psychiatric service users would have been recognised long ago if there had been a drug deemed appropriate treatment. University College Dublin, Psychiatric Services, Post Traumatic, University College, Teaching Activities, Inner City, High Level, Authors
High level of undetected post-traumatic stress found in psychiatric clients
Why is the obvious so hard to see and then ignored?!!!! "One of the authors, senior lecturer and consultant psychiatrist Prof Brendan Kelly, said this was a “new and deeply concerning finding – for both groups”. my guess is that the extent of trauma in the lives of psychiatric service users would have been recognised long ago if there had been a drug deemed appropriate treatment.
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Jennifer O'Connell: How Australia sees Ireland. Seven modern stereotypes
How Australia sees Ireland. Seven modern stereotypes
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Ten staff at care facility suspended pending investigation
Ten staff at care facility suspended pending investigation Stewarts Care says external investigation team is examining abuse allegations
Call for annual health screen for those with mental illness - Health News | Irish Medical News | The Irish Times - Tue, Nov 26, 2013 Medical News, Screen
Call for annual health screen for those with mental illness
Call for annual health screen for those with mental illness - Health News | Irish Medical News | The Irish Times - Tue, Nov 26, 2013
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Survey reveals majority of students feel they do not know enough about suicide
Survey reveals majority of students feel they do not know enough about suicide Over 56 per cent of students had witnessed online bullying
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New devices will detect drivers on drugs
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Judge rules doctors were legally entitled to take blood
Judge rules doctors were legally entitled to take blood Girl asked judge to declare that the law under which she is detained is unconstituti...
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Depression in the workplace: do I tell?
Depression in the workplace: do I tell?
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Professional and local interests had stake in keeping aslyums, says major study
Professional and local interests had stake in keeping aslyums, says major study
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Professional and local interests had stake in keeping aslyums, says major study
Professional and local interests had stake in keeping aslyums, says major study