June 29, 2015
Irish Examiner, 29-June-2015
The debate over nursing numbers that has delayed the opening a €15 million acute psychiatric unit at Cork University Hospital by six months, looks close to resolution.
Irish Independent, 27-Jun-2015
The 2006 mental health policy, “A Vision for Change” proposed that each adult community Mental Health Team have 24/7 multidisciplinary crisis intervention. This service has not happened, writes Sara Burke.
Irish Examiner, 24-June-2015
The Department of Health has launched a new campaign to encourage healthier welling being and work practices in the public.
The Irish Times, 23-June-2015
A new programme had been launched for people with schizophrenia and bipolar disorders, which involves them and their families in their own treatment and support.
Irish Independent, 26-Jun-2015
Early infancy years need to be considered when addressing suicide prevention, writes Dr Paul D’Alton, President of the Psychological Society of Ireland.
Irish Examiner, 25-June-2015
Taoiseach Enda Kenny outlined the dangers that online cyberbully posses to children and young people's mental well being at the launch of the new suicide prevention strategy.
The Government has launched an ‘evidence-based’ strategy, 'Connecting for Life', to reduce suicide in Ireland by 10pc over the next five years.
Irish Building, 22-Jun-2015
The Construction Industry Federation and Pieta House have launched a new campaign aimed at creating awareness of suicide and mental health throughout the construction industry.