221+ Webinar – Sharing Research Findings – Thursday 23rd September 7.30-8.30pm  

221+ Webinar – Sharing Research Findings Hello All Please see below a message from our research team on an important upcoming webinar. For the past two years, members of 221+ have engaged with a research team (Julie Lynch, Paul D’Alton and Keith Gaynor) on different studies exploring the impact of the CervicalCheck controversy on psychological …

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221+ Munster Meet-Up in the Strand Hotel Limerick this Saturday at 11am – 2.30pm

  Good Afternoon, We are really looking forward to seeing you at the 221+ Munster Meet-Up in the Strand Hotel Limerick this Saturday at 11am – 2.30pm Only a small number of people signed up to attend so far, so we would really encourage you to come along if you are any way inclined! Please …

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Webinar on Exploring Sexuality & Intimacy after a Cancer Diagnosis: Wednesday 26th May

Cancer can impact how a woman feels about her body, her sexuality, her attractiveness and her confidence with being intimate. This can challenge a woman’s close relationships, and intimacy can be a very real struggle. It can hamper a woman in regaining a sense desire and that feeling of being alive, very often at a …

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Article by Vicky Phelan on the CervicalCheck Tribunal in the Irish Times

  This is an article which Vicky Phelan wrote for today’s Irish Times, with assistance from 221+’s Communications Consultant, Padraig McKeon. You can also find the article online here: https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/vicky-phelan-failure-of-cervicalcheck-tribunal-undermines-screening-services-1.4551499 Vicky Phelan: Failure of CervicalCheck Tribunal undermines screening services Lack of trust in programmes will continue if past errors are not dealt with. The CervicalCheck …

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