Author Archives: Fiona
There are many changes happening in health and social care. Make your opinions known!
Congenital Anomaly Surveillance in Northern Ireland – a seminar Venue: Loughview Suite, University of Ulster, Jordanstown, Wednesday 23rd October, 12.30pm Seminar Programme 12.30 pm Registration with refreshments and sandwiches 1.00 pm Welcome and Introduction (Speaker TBC) Session 1: Congenital Anomaly … Continue reading
It is hard to believe, but we have been up and running as a company for 18 months, making it time for our first Annual General Meeting, 11 September in the Ulster Hall, Belfast, from 11.00 to 11.30am The key items … Continue reading
General updates, press releases and what’s happening with the transformation of our health and social care systems can be found on the TYC official website. There’s also a facebook page and twitter account.
Support the Motor Neurone Disease Association Awareness Month – film screening at the Belfast Film Festival The Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association is the only national organisation in Northern Ireland, Wales and England dedicated to the support of people with … Continue reading
Do you suffer from Long-Term (Chronic) Pain? The Patient and Client Council is an independent voice for people in Health and Social Care. They want to find out about people’s experience of the treatment and care they have received for … Continue reading
Date for you Diary To mark ‘Dying Matters Awareness Week’ you are invited to the regional Palliative and End of Life Care ‘Good Practice and Progress’ event. The event will update on key areas of work that have been undertaken … Continue reading
NIRDP hold working meetings every two months or so. These are open to all, and have an agenda based on our four strategic themes advocating educating innovating stronger together Volunteers are working away on work under each of these themes … Continue reading