A woman is dead and there is no inquiry: Maternity service users demand clarity, accountability and reassurance.

A woman is dead and there is no inquiry: Maternity service users demand clarity, accountability and reassurance. AIMS Ireland today (Friday, 7th September 2018)  expresses grave concern at the blocking of HIQA investigation into the treatment and subsequent… Read More

Removing the 8th amendment : How it will affect medical abortion | AIMS Ireland

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Medical abortion is where a pregnancy is ended with the two drugs mifepristone and misoprostol. The drugs come in the form of pills and are taken one to three days apart. This first medicine mifepristone block the hormones… Read More

Pregnancy Yoga : AIMSI and Together for Yes

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Pregnancy Yoga for YES is an opportunity for anyone who is pregnant and who would like a little bit of TLC to come along and take part in a pregnancy yoga class as part of their birth preparation…. Read More

Fetal Monitoring Potentially Unsafe in Irish Maternity Units 2009 – 2018: AIMS Iireland

A report today on RTE Morning Ireland announced that fetal monitoring in the Irish Maternity maternity services may have been unreliable and potentially unsafe since as far back as 2009. Philips the manufacturer of the  Avalon electronic festal… Read More

Malak Thawley HIQA Review: AIMS Ireland Statement

In a statement on 30th January 2018,, the National Maternity Hospital objected to a HIQA review under section 9.2 of the Health Act, following the untimely death of Malak Thawley. The NMH have said that a review of… Read More

Birth Groups welcome JOC decision to recommend referendum on repeal of the 8th amendment

BIRTH GROUPS WELCOME JOINT OIREACHTAS COMMITTEE OUTCOME – News release for immediate release 13/12/17 Birth groups have welcomed today’s recommendation by the Joint Oireachtas Committee on the 8th Amendment that the people of Ireland be given the option of full… Read More

How does the 8th amendment affect continuing pregnancy in Ireland? AIMS Ireland

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AIMS Ireland were invited to make a presentation at Leinster House on the effects of the 8th amendment on continuing pregnancy. This is a transcript the presentation made by AIMSI Chair Dr. Krysia Lynch to TDs Senators and… Read More

AIMS Ireland : Aras an Uachtarain National Breastfeeding Week

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AIMS Ireland were delighted to be invited by Sabina Higgins to celebrate National Breastfeeding week at Aras an Uachtarain and also for our Chair Dr. Krysia Lynch to be offered the opportunity to speak about breastfeeding in the… Read More

AIMS Ireland: Keep women’s voices at the centre of the National Maternity Strategy

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AIMS Ireland welcomes the publication of the Implementation Plan for the National Maternity Strategy, which was formally launched in Dublin today. This plan is vital to create a maternity service which offers choice, safety and equity of access to women… Read More

AIMS Ireland: March for Choice 2017

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Aims Ireland marched for Choice again  in 2017. We campaign for choice in all aspects of the maternity services in Ireland. This means choice in whether you want to be pregnant or not, choice in where you have… Read More