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Latest News & Reports
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
The increasing spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) will clearly concern and create worry for those that have previously suffered health impacts as a consequence of the CervicalCheck debacle. Given the potential impact that COVID-19 (coronavirus) may have on cancer patients, it has been decided to cancel all upcoming 221+ meetings and events. While the numbers attending would be
This General Election, we are asking all election candidates and Political Parties to commit to three actions if elected. The CervicalCheck debacle which has unfolded over the past two years highlighted an inherent weakness in the governance of healthcare in Ireland. It left close to 600 women and their families permanently scarred – some no
Statement from 221+ Patient Support Group re RCOG review aggregate report The release today of the aggregate report on the work of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) comes with varying emotions for the members of the 221+ patient support group. It is a relief firstly that there is now an outcome to
We are looking for a Membership Administration Assistant to join our team Type: 3 days per week (21 hours), 1-year fixed term contract initially Location: Dublin 4 Salary: Available on Request Closing Date: 5pm on Sunday, 1st December 2019 Membership Administration Assistant Full Description Background information: Following Vicky Phelan’s court case, the significant revelations related
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.