Almost a third of the staff involved in the treatment of Savita Halappanavar, whose death in October 2012 has sparked major abortion law reforms, have been disciplined over their role in the tragedy. However, none will lose their jobs or be ... Irish Examiner, 4 days ago
9 staff disciplined over Savita case - Irish Health.com, 4 days ago
Staff disciplined over Savita care - UTV, 4 days ago
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Nine staff at the hospital where an Indian dentist died after suffering a miscarriage have been disciplined, it has been confirmed. Although an independent review panel found most of those who treated Savita Halappanavar at University Hospital in ...Irish Independent, 4 days ago Savita death: staff disciplined Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 4 days ago
The Irish justice minister has said she is "concerned" about a woman and baby at the centre of a controversy over the state's new abortion legislation. The woman had asked for an abortion but her request was refused, despite a panel of medical ...BBC, 4 weeks ago
A "suicidal" woman has given birth by caesarean section in the Republic of Ireland after requesting a termination under the country's new abortion law. It is understood she requested an abortion late in her second trimester. An expert panel ...BBC, 1 month ago
A coroner has bowed to pressure and offered to almost treble the number of witnesses for an inquest into the death of a woman who died days after giving birth. Dhara Kivlehan, 28 and from India, died from multi-organ failure in Belfast's Royal ...Irish Examiner, 1 month ago More witnesses for inquest into death after childbirth Irish Times, 1 month ago Inquest into death of woman after childbirth to hear from more witnesses Irish Times, 1 month ago Coroner bows to pressure over witnesses into mother's death Irish Independent, 1 month ago
Published Wednesday, 13 August 2014 A coroner has offered to almost treble the number of witnesses for an inquest into the death of a woman, who died days after giving birth in a Belfast hospital. ...UTV, 1 month ago Belfast maternity death case moved to ROI UTV, 1 month ago
The widower of an Indian woman who died four days after giving birth to her son has alleged a cover-up over plans for a long-awaited inquest into her death. Dhara Kivlehan, 28, died from multi-organ failure in Belfast 's Royal Victoria Hospital on ...Irish Independent, 2 months ago Widower claims inquest 'cover-up' Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 2 months ago
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