The INMO is looking for a new Head of Communications, to take lead responsibility for one of Ireland’s highest-profile trade unions.
The Head of Communications will work to grow the INMO’s public profile and put our members’ issues on the media agenda.
“We are delighted to support the launch of Irish brand @WaterWipes Healthcare Academy, a dedicated new eLearning platform which features a variety of educational and CPD accredited complementary courses on infant care."
Let’s Talk About It is a mental health collective for INMO members that aims to get nurses and midwives talking about mental health. This digital hub will help you find mental health support services and give you access to practical tools and advice through bespoke webinars, videos, and guides.
This online survey is a follow-up survey designed to gain an understanding of the ongoing psychological impact of COVID-19 on nurses and midwives in Ireland. The information will be used to inform the INMO strategy for supporting and representing nurses and midwives. The overall results will be published as a contribution to the professions' understanding of COVID-19 and its impact on nurses and midwives.
Protest over understaffing and compromised care
Lack of recognition at WRC
Unsafe hospital overcrowding
INMO calls for urgent action
Urgent clarity required on funding for staffing
INMO tells Oireachtas
INMO calls for fair remuneration