Top table speakers (l-r): Dave Hughes, INMO Deputy General Secretary; Martina Harkin-Kelly, INMO President; Phil Ni Sheaghdha, INMO General Secretary; Catherine Sheridan; INMO National Childrens' Nurses Section with members of the INMO Executive Council behind.
Dublin members, you can now book your Pink or Blue Power appointment! Deadline to book is this Monday, 15th January. Members of the INMO Income Protection Scheme, don’t miss out….
INMO Annual Trolley Watch figures show 6% increase in 2017
For the second year running, trolley and ward watch figures, heading into the final weekend of the year, recorded over 300 patients waiting on trolleys or on additional beds in wards of our busiest hospitals. Overall, throughout 2017, 98,981 admitted patients were recorded as awaiting a hospital bed (Annual Trolley & Ward Watch Report):
Are you interested in representing INMO Members in your Workplace? If so there is a specially designed training course for you. The course will give you the skills and confidence to represent INMO members in your workplace. The course covers the role of the nurse and midwife rep, how to deal with members problems at work and how to negotiate with management on members issues. Click here for Training Dates
Trolley figures for Children’s hospitals to join Trolley and Ward Watch
General Secretary Phil Ni Sheaghdha on Drivetime
Central at ED Taskforce meeting. Update here
2408 patients on trolleys during the first week of 2018.
Public Service Pay Agreement - 05.01.18
Severe hospital overcrowding across the country
Drastic and innovative steps must be taken
Review - Call for Submissions
Additional Nursing Staff Needed
INMO Submission to the Department of Health
Irish Nurses & Midwives work longest hours in EU
Full details here
The vaccination will be available in health workplaces across the country