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Check out this review of the EON line of scrubs from Maevn Uniforms from Life On The Glow

Posted by Lin Byrne on

Maevn Uniforms EON Scrubs Review · Life on the Glow When I first got accepted to medical school, one of the things I was most excited for was being able to wear scrubs. (So silly, but I'm sure many others can relate.) Wearing scrubs meant looking like an actual medical student and being one step closer to becoming a doctor.

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This creche platform is making childcare as easy as ABC

Posted by Lin Byrne on

Creche platform making childcare as easy as ABC The couple was living in Galway, and during their daily walk Ms Biléu would share her frustration at the amount of paperwork that pre-school teachers had to do. Instead of spending so much time with paperwork, teachers could spend that time helping the children to develop and to learn.

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Check out what the nurses in the Rotunda Hospital are doing...

Posted by Lin Byrne on

Volunteer knitters needed for Tentacles for Tinies programme A gorgeous new programme called Tentacles for Tinies was launched today at the Rotunda to coincide with World Prematurity Day. Tentacles for Tinies are hand crocheted octopuses that are made by the Rotunda Knitters volunteer group and given to premature babies.

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Take Another Look...This Is Why Your Nurses Uniforms Need Embrodiery ASAP!

Posted by Lin Byrne on

Some hospitals are implementing colour-coded nurses uniforms by role. Such a mandate is made in order to easily identify a nurse from other hospital staff. Most of the time hospitals with a strict dress code policy would restrict patterns or prints on nurses uniforms and allow only solid colour ones. Just because your employer has an obvious restriction on printed nurses uniforms or those with pattern designs does not necessarily mean you can no longer show off your sense of style. In fact, you can always have nurses uniforms that stand out because there are still some solid nurses scrubs...

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Ireland at 'cliff edge' over paediatric surgeon shortages...

Posted by Gerry Moloney on

Ireland at 'cliff edge' over paediatric surgeon shortages Ireland has the fewest paediatric orthopaedic surgeons per capita of any European Union country and now faces a "cliff edge", a leading expert has warned. There are only eight such surgeons in the State, one for every 600,000 people, compared with one for every 100,000 or so people in Northern Ireland and 200,000 in Scotland.

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