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All-Ireland Institute for Hospice and Palliative Care

28 January 2009

All parties interested in the development of the proposed All-Ireland Institute for Hospice and Palliative Care are invited to an information briefing meeting.[more]

Briefing meeting - All Ireland Institute for Hospice and Palliative Care

27 January 2009

An information session for the proposed development of the All Ireland Institute for Hospice and Palliative Care takes place in the Alexander Hotel, Dublin City centre on 28 January 2009.[more]

Muscular Dystrophy breakthrough

23 January 2009

A project part-funded by the Health Research Board, through the Medical Research Charities Group (MRCG), has led to a new approach to the treatment of muscular dystrophy.[more]

Sound of silence makes waves at BT Young Scientists

13 January 2009

The project entitled 'Sound of Silence' won the HRB prize at the 2009 BT Young Scientists.[more]

Increase in patients admitted to psychiatric hospitals

18 December 2008

The number of people being admitted to Irish psychiatric units and hospitals increased from 20,388 in 2006, to 20 769 in 2007.[more]

HRB Watts Medal winner 2008

15 December 2008

UCC student wins HRB Watts Medal 2008[more]

World Aids Day

1 December 2008

HRB supports HIV and AIDS research[more]

Initial findings from drug-related deaths index

6 November 2008

The number of drug-related deaths in Ireland increased from 242 in 1998 to 400 in 2005 according to a report published by the Health Research Board (HRB).[more]

Research benefits plain to see

4 November 2008

HRB publishes A Picture of Health 2008 and its Annual Report 2007[more]

New career path for medics in training

30 October 2008

The HRB and HSE have launched a joint fellowship scheme that allows medical graduates to undergo higher specialist training to become a consultant, and at the same time carry out high quality research towards a PhD.

 

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