NMH Move – The government has no mandate from the people: AIMSIreland

The government is continuing to tell the people of Ireland that they will forge ahead with their plans to enter into a church state partnership for the new National Maternity Hospital.  However, this government has NO MANDATE from… Read More

PRESS CONFERENCE 28/04/2017

#notonourwatch #aimsireland Maternity service users, as taxpayers, demand facts on religious veto at new National Maternity Hospital AIMS Ireland seeks clarity from government on position of future church/state projects Maternity service users in Ireland today demand that the… Read More

Letter to Minister Harris

AIMS Ireland have received a large volume of enquiries regarding the current situation of the National Maternity Hospital and SVHG debacle. There has also been a huge outcry on various media platforms for the SVHG not to be given ownership… Read More

Power and control in the Irish Maternity Services: AIMS Ireland

The National Maternity Move to St Vincent’s campus has exercised anyone who has an interest in a maternity service that is woman centred,  evidence based and free from religious ethos and bias. This move in its current agreed… Read More

NMH move to St Vincent’s Campus: AIMS Ireland

Minister of Health Simon Harris announced on the 18th April 2017 that the National Maternity Hospital (NMH) at Holles Street would move to a site at the St. Vincent’s Hospital campus in Dublin 4. The site is owned… Read More

AIMSIreland address the Oireachtas Joint Committee for Health on the National Maternity Strategy

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On the 16th OF February AIMSI Ireland were invited to make an oral submission to the Oireachtas Joint Committee for Health on the implementation of the National Maternity Strategy. AIMSI Chair Krysia Lynch and Vice Chair Breda Kearns… Read More

AIMS Ireland Response to the Citizens’ Assembly: Article 40.3.3 in the Delivery Room

AIMS Ireland Response to the Citizens’ Assembly: Article 40.3.3 in the Delivery Room AIMS Ireland in December 2016 submitted a factual, evidenced, and referenced submission to the Citizens’ Assembly. This submission was based on legislation, primary and secondary… Read More

Birth after caesarean with Optibirth

  Birth After Caesarean Section is a collaborative event hosted by AIMS Ireland, TCD and NUIG on Wednesday February 22nd 2017 Venue: Lecture theatre 2.57, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin (24 D’Olier Street) https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/birth-after-caesarean-section-seminar-tickets-31380311356 This… Read More

AIMSI Ireland Statement on the Newly Launched Standards for Maternity Care in Ireland 21st Dec 2016

AIMSI Ireland Statement on the Newly Launched Standards for Maternity Care in Ireland 21st Dec 2016 Contact Dr. Krysia Lynch 0877543751 Chair@aimsireland.com Website aimsireland.ie AIMS Ireland welcomes the launch today of the Maternity Care Standards for Ireland by… Read More

The AIMS Ireland submission to the Citizens’ Assembly

The AIMS Ireland original submission to the Citizens’ Assembly on the urgent need to repeal the 8th amendment submitted on the 16th December 2016 AIMS Ireland Submission to the Citizens’ Assembly Comments were made as to the 8th… Read More