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221+ deeply disappointed and frustrated at Donnelly response re CervicalCheck Tribunal “We seek further engagement for change on Tribunal as previously requested or will recommend members not engage” – last minute letter fails to address issues raised in September meeting – proposed process and timings of Tribunal raise barriers rather than offer relief Seven weeks
The Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly TD met with representatives of the 221+ Group – the CervicalCheck patients support group, the Marie Keating Foundation and the Irish Cancer Society yesterday. At the meeting, the Minister committed to providing additional funding for the 221+ Group beyond the current agreement. The Minister for Health said; “I am
The 221+ Patient Support Group strongly welcomes confirmation by Minister Stephen Donnelly T.D. that the work of the CervicalCheck Steering Committee is to continue under an independent chair. The resumption of the work of the Committee was a key request of this group going into the election. It brings necessary oversight to delivering on the
The Department of Health yesterday confirmed the further delay to the establishment of the CervicalCheck Tribunal following the appointment as President of the High Court of the previously selected Chairperson of the Tribunal. The purpose of the CervicalCheck Tribunal is to enable women and families impacted by the acknowledged failures of the State through CervicalCheck
Minister for Health decides to postpone setting up Tribunal due to Covid-19 Pandemic The Minister for Health yesterday (Monday, 23 March) informed 221+ of his decision to delay the start of the CervicalCheck Tribunal. The statement below was posted last evening on the Tribunal website. “Given the ongoing and quickly evolving situation in relation
The 221+ CervicalCheck Patient Support Group welcomes the Supreme Court judgement issued today (Thursday, 19 March, 2020) which upholds the findings of the High Court in the case of Ruth Morrissey, one of the original 221 women directly impacted by the CervialCheck debacle first uncovered almost two years ago. We are relieved and pleased for
221+ Private Member Portal
Important information is communicated in a secure and confidential manner. Member updates regarding key issues, developments within the Government, and private events are routinely posted.
An ‘Ask the Specialist’ service enables members to ask questions and receive a quick and confidential response from an oncology specialist. The site also hosts periodic webinars focused on issues of interest to cancer survivors.
The online Forum provides members an opportunity to interact with each other on topics of interest. Event booking for member events is also offered conveniently through the site.