The Nursing and Midwifery Council regulates nurses and midwives in the UK. Its core purpose is to protect the public, and it needs your help with an important piece of work that has the potential to touch all of us who experience nursing care.
In Northern Ireland, there are 31,000 people who are blind or partially sighted and this is set to rise as the population ages.
The Royal College of Occupational Therapists has launched its second substantive report, ‘Living, Not Existing: Putting prevention at the heart of care for older people in Northern Ireland’ as part of its Improving Lives Saving Money campaign to tackle unprecedented pressure on the social care system.
The Department of Health has launched a public consultation on the future of the continuing healthcare policy in Northern Ireland and is seeking the public’s views on this important subject.
DisabledGo.com was established more than 14 years ago with a mission to maximise independence and choice for disabled people and their carers in accessing their local area and the places we all want to visit.
Most minor conditions and self-limiting illnesses can be treated by medicines that can be bought relatively cheaply over the counter from your local community pharmacy or supermarket.
Health Minister Michelle O’Neill has announced a series of further public meetings to be held in January 2017 on the proposed criteria to be used to reconfigure, change and improve our health service.
Health Minister Michelle O’Neill has announced a series of public meetings on the proposed criteria to be used to reconfigure, change and improve our health service.
Today the Patient and Client Council presented an overview briefing to the Health Committee.
Around 214,000 people in Northern Ireland are unpaid carers, and that unpaid care adds up to £4.4 billion every year. The Patient and Client Council is encouraging carers of people with mental illness and learning disabilities to have their voice heard on carers’ assessments.