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  • CPD Certificate in Remote Working

    This course aims to make remote working easier and more effective for you and your team

  • World Hand Hygiene Day

    Most years when Hand Hygiene Day comes around we ask ourselves how do we find a fresh way to talk to people about the importance of hand hygiene in preventing infection. This year, because of COVID-19, it is all very different. Preventing infection with COVID-19 is now on everyone’s mind

  • 28 days later - we check in with our Quit Leaders

    28 days later- we check in with our Quit Leaders to see how the stop smoking challenge has gone

  • Read Health Matters Spring edition

    Find the Spring 2020 edition of Health Matters publication

  • Steps to Health - Fiona's story

    Fiona Boyle is a Stop Smoking Advisor based in Donegal. Steps to Health 2019 helped Fiona to become more active in her day to day life. Read Fiona's story here.

  • Steps to Health -Bernie's story

    Bernie Miggin, a Control Supervisor in the National Emergency Operations Centre, found the 2019 Steps to Health Challenge motivated her to exercise again after a jogging injury.

  • Meet the HSE Staff Quit campaign leaders

    Martha Clark and Shauna Strutt have volunteered to become staff Quit leaders. Read their stories here.

  • Thank you to the HPV Vaccine Heroes

    Following a high uptake of HPV vaccine in September 2019 it’s now time for another dose of HPV and for MenACWY vaccine in secondary schools. Eoin Roche, HPV champion, captured with his family. (Andrea, Rian, Eoin and Clarke (l-r).)

  • Flu Campaign – Bernie’s Story

    Bernie spreads the word on flu vaccine to her Ennis Hospital colleagues

  • Make 2020 the year you quit for good

    We have launched the latest Quit Smoking campaign this month and we want everyone to know that there is support available free of charge that will double your chances of making a successful quit attempt.