Latest Update: INMO Members Accept the Lansdowne Road Agreement. The vote resulted in 71% of members voting to accept and 29% rejecting the proposals.
International Nursing Leadership Opportunity. ICN has launched the search for a new Chief Executive Officer. More information on this position and how to apply can be found here. The deadline for application is 30 September 2015.
32nd Annual AAHN Nursing & Health Care History Conference: 17-20 Sept 2015
Posters, addressing the conference theme, may be submitted by individual midwives, groups of midwives,midwifery students or service users.
The title and overview of poster presentation (50-100 words) to be submitted by email by Friday, September 25, 2015
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Further information Midwives Section
Being an INMO member is to be part of a professional organisation and trade union specially for nurses and midwives. The INMO is the voice of Irish Nurses and Midwives. Our dedicated Membership staff are here to help you: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Mary/Michaela on (01) 6640657.
6,715 admitted patients, on trolleys, up 21% on July 2014, INMO has found, following a review of the July Trolley/Ward Watch figures, that 6,715 admitted patients, were on trolleys during the past month. This represents a 21% increase, on July 2014, and is the highest ever level of overcrowding recorded for the month of July.
Members have voted, 71% yes / 29% no
INMO votes in favour of Lansdowne Road Agreement
TV3 News: hospital overcrowding must be properly addressed.
Lunchtime Protest - St Mary’s, Drumcar, 26.08.15
INMO Highlights Unsafe Care Environment In A Number Of Wards
At St Joseph’s, Trim And Beaufort House, Navan. 20.08.15
Turn off the Red Light Campaign. Help to end human trafficking....
6,715 admitted patients, on trolleys, up 21% on July 2014
Revised Arrangements Pregnancy Related Sick Leave
Study examining missed care in the Irish community nursing setting
INMO Position Statement Delegation