Hospitals and healthcare workers are required to take universal precautions to reduce the risk of cross infection from both recognised and non-recognised sources of infection. All the way through my life since I was diagnosed with HIV, I have been … Continue reading Universal precautions mean just that — so why am I being treated differently?
The Irish Government has directed (see the tweet from An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD below) that those over 70 and with a medical condition should not leave their homes from now and up until Easter Sunday. Therefore, my little trip … Continue reading And so into lockdown I go
This afternoon, while on dialysis in Tullamore, I had a visit from the hospital’s complaints manager, Brendan Reddy. He told me he was very impressed with the letter that I had written, especially how it was framed and referenced. I … Continue reading Social worker update
The Department of Justice and Equality of the Government of Ireland is currently consulting on what improvements to the law on hate speech can be made. The Closing Date for consultation is 13th December 2019. If you would like further information, please visit the website below. http://www.justice.ie/en/JELR/Pages/Hate_Speech_Public_Consultation#Make_a_submission Continue reading Hate Speech Public Consultation – Ireland