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Trolley Crisis: 'There's physically no space left'

12,000 people were on trolleys in our hospitals this month, that’s according to figures from the the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation. The organization says it’s the highest figure ever recorded for November since records began. Kieran was joined...

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17.00 30 Nov 2022


Trolley Crisis: 'There's physically no space left'


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12,000 people were on trolleys in our hospitals this month, that’s according to figures from the the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation. The organization says it’s the highest figure ever recorded for November since records began.

Kieran was joined by Mary Rose Carroll, assistant director of Industrial Relations with the INMO in Dublin and Mick Molloy, who is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine, as well as a Member of the IMO Consultant Committee and IMO Council to discuss...


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