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Review of Savita obstetrician finds no safety or quality issues
Irish Times

Review of Savita obstetrician finds no safety or quality issues

No safety or quality issues arose after a review of some of the work of the obstetrician who treated Savita Halappanavar at University Hospital Galway. Dr Katherine Astbury continues to work as normal at the hospital, a spokesman for the West/North ... Irish Times, 3 days ago
Halappanavar death Irish medical team disciplined Hindustan Times, 6 days ago

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Irish Independent

Savita's widower kept in the dark about disciplinary action

SAVITA Halappanavar's husband was not informed about the disciplinary action taken against nine people on the medical team who cared for his wife in the days before she died. Galway University Hospital has refused to identify the staff to protect ...
 Irish Independent4 days ago Disciplinary action in Savita case 'a cop out'  Irish Independent6 days ago Staff disciplined over Savita Halappanavar death  RTE Online6 days ago Nine staff disciplined for care given to Savita Halappanavar before her death  Irish Independent6 days ago
Irish Times

Slow response to Halappanavar report

Only one of the State's 39 hospitals ranked excellent for its implementation of recommendations made on foot of the death of Savita Halappanavar, according to an internal HSE report earlier this year. Six out of 10 hospitals gave themselves the ...
 Irish Times6 days ago
Irish Times

Review: Between Trees and Water

Be Between Trees and Water is set in 1939, but it cuts chillingly close to the bone in light of the recent Savita Halappanavar case. It is the 75-year-old story of Bridie Kirk, the victim of a fatal illegal abortion in a lodging house in Cork. ...
 Irish Times1 week ago
Slate Magazine

The case for repealing the Eighth Amendment

The Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act, enacted following the death of Savita Halappanavar, was meant to bring to an end the agonising about Ireland's abortion regime and the long failure to legislate for the existing constitutional provision.
 Irish Times4 weeks ago Suicidal Immigrant Woman in Ireland Denied an Abortion, Forced Into a C-Section at 25 Weeks  Slate Magazine1 month ago Irish hospital employees disciplined in case of Indian woman denied abortion  UCAN India6 days ago Opinion: We must repeal the eighth amendment  TheJournal.ie1 week ago

9 staff disciplined over Savita case

[Posted: Thu 11/09/2014 by Deborah Condon] Nine staff involved in the care of Savita Halappanaver at University Hospital Galway (UHG) prior to her death in October 2012 have been the subject of disciplinary action, the HSE has ...
 Irish Health.com6 days ago Staff disciplined over Savita care  UTV6 days ago Almost a third of Savita healthcare staff 'disciplined'  Irish Examiner1 week ago
Irish Independent

Unease of the faithful is being ignored by the Irish bishops

'Sing a new song to the Lord". That's the motto of the new head of the Catholic Church in Ireland. Last week, Eamon Martin became Catholic Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland when Cardinal Sean Brady stepped down. But sin is a word for ...
 Irish Independent4 days ago
Irish Times

Agency gets two-month care order for baby at centre of abortion case

The baby of Ms Y, the woman at the centre of the latest abortion controversy, is to remain in State care for a further two months at least. Her solicitor has told the authorities she has no wish to participate in decisions about the baby's future, ...
 Irish Times5 days ago
Irish Independent

New maternity hospital delayed by another year

THE construction of a new National Maternity Hospital in Dublin has been delayed. She warned in the hospital's annual report that doctors and midwives at the hospital are working in a climate of fear because of spiralling legal claims. "Staff are ...
 Irish Independent6 days ago
Irish Examiner

ALISON OCONNOR: No one among circle of friends willing to admit they had abortion

No woman has ever told me she had an abortion. I find that quite amazing. Im female. Im Irish. Im the mother of two young children. Im broad minded, liberal, empathetic. Or, at least I think that I am. Perhaps that's not how others see me. Maybe I ...
 Irish Examiner6 days ago
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