Eileen qualified in General Nursing in London in 1991 and has worked in oncology and palliative care for over twenty years. Eileen became a Clinical Nurse Specialist in 2000, working both in Ireland and England in community and hospital settings.
Honorary Vice President
RN RM MSc FFNMRCSI
With over 30 years’ experience working in maternity and women’s health in both Ireland and the UK; Fiona has deeply imbedded, and hands on, clinical knowledge & experience gained from time caring for women with both high risk and complex pregnancies and those opting for physiological birth at home and in birth centres.
Rachel currently contributes to the Department of Health in the role of Nursing Project Manager in the Older Persons Policy Development Unit.
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In late 2014, Paul relocated to the CHI programme to work as a Hospital Design Coordinator on Design of the new children’s hospital.
Paul Harding spent much of his nursing career in paediatrics working in operating theatres in Tallaght University Hospital and various other organisations before moving into management roles.
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Coming back to what we know – a Strategic Direction for IADNAM’ is a publication that sets out a map for the work of Irish Association of Directors of Nursing and Midwifery between 2016 and 2020. The Association has invested energy, time and resources in co-designing…
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