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How has social media influenced the Healthcare Industry?

By Three Q Perms on 19 November 2015

Social media and other interactive online applications are dynamic and constantly evolving dimensions in modern society. These applications often cross public and private domains, inextricably linking both professional and personal lives.  "The aspect of healthcare can be a very personal and ...


New Web Tool to Curb Emergency Department Waiting Times

By Katie Mc Garr on 19 October 2015

A new online tool is being created in Northern Ireland in order to tackle long wait times in the Winter Months. The new online source will show the estimated waiting times in Northern Ireland’s Emergency Departments allowing patients to choose the smallest wait time. Around £4 Million is...


Varadkar and HSE have 4 Weeks to Prevent Nurses Strike

By Katie Mc Garr on 12 October 2015

Could Nurses Strike this Christmas? Last week a Crisis Meeting took place in Dublin to tackle the Emergency Room Crisis in Ireland.  Minister of Health Leo Varadkar met with INMO and Emergency Room Representatives to tackle the alarming number of Patients on trolleys in Ireland’s Emergency...


INMO Emergency Department Crisis Meeting Takes place Today

By Katie Mc Garr on 05 October 2015

As we move into the Critical Winter Months, what is to be done about the Emergency Room Crisis in Ireland’s Hospitals? Today (October 5th ,2015)  Leo Varadkar TD, Minister for Health will  attend a meeting set up by the INMO to tackle the shocking number of patients left on Trolleys in Irela...


Beauty Queen Nurse Criticises HSE for Student Nurses Lack of Pay

By Katie Mc Garr on 18 September 2015

RTE’s new show ‘The Nurses’ follows 6 recently graduated Nurses in some of Ireland’s busiest Hospitals and Institutions. Linda Creedon,(22), A star of the new show (and former beauty queen) has heavily criticised the HSE for the severe wage gap for Student Nurses. Student Nurses do placement in ...


12 Hour Shifts are Causing Burnout in Ireland's Nurses

By Katie Mc Garr on 11 September 2015

An International Nurse Survey has found that long shifts that are common with Nurses in Ireland and England are more likely to cause burnout and job dissatisfaction. A Survey by BMJ Open carried out in 488 hospitals in Belgium, England, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norw...


The World Nursing Shortage:The Dangers of a Decline in Breast Cancer Nurses

By Katie Mc Garr on 07 September 2015

We here in Ireland are aware of the Nursing Shortage, less people are choosing to become Nurses while those that are qualified are likely to go abroad. However do we know what consequences the Nursing shortage will truly have?! Articles and findings from the past week are starting to show th...


Why nursing is a great career choice

By Three Q Perms on 25 August 2015

My name is Eva Lambert and I am working as a recruiter now with Nurse Jobs Ireland, but I am also a RGN and Midwife. I really enjoy recruitment and there are so many skills that are transferrable from Nursing into the Corporate world. As a nurse you (without realising!) have good communicatio...


Moving to Ireland to work as a Nurse

By Three Q Perms on 14 August 2015

Ireland is in the midst of a nursing shortage, and that means there are plenty of opportunities for International Nurses to find work here in a variety of areas. As an internationally trained nurse, there are a few steps you can take in order to make the process as simple and quick as possible. ...


Non traditional Nursing Jobs

By on 29 July 2015

Are you looking for that nursing career that is a bit different from the norm? Are you tired of working as a Staff Nurse in an acute setting? Would you like to try a different area of nursing or go for a completely new type of nursing job? Nurse Jobs Ireland can take you through some of the m...