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December 21, 2014

Peace and goodwill to all

Dara Gantly on why Christmas is the perfect time to end bullying of trainees.

Our health at a glance

Dara Gantly examines what the latest EU comparative data says about the Irish health service and the health status of our population.

Asking the impossible on medical cards?

Dara Gantly asks if listing conditions by eligibility could ever have been an ethical, forward-thinking or positive move.

How to keep the orchestra in time

Dara Gantly looks at a new road map directing us to a more integrated health service.

Early access no cure-all for HepC

Dara Gantly on the pressure to provide full access to powerful new treatments.

Thinking of the children

Dara Gantly picks up on some of the themes at this year’s Irish Healthcare Awards.

2B or not to be rid of FEMPI

As emergency provisions ‘unwind’, Dara Gantly examines the likelihood of recent cuts to GP fees ever being reversed.

Policy-based evidence

Dara Gantly asks where the evidence-based policy is when it comes to health reform.

Thinking outside the knowledge tissue box

Dara Gantly examines whether Budget 2015 is a development in health spending not to be sniffed at.

Ag teacht go luath

Dara Gantly takes a look at the latest iteration of our structural reform programme.

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