AIMS Ireland Statement on the publication of Judge Maureen Harding-Clark’s report into the Surgical Symphysiotomy Ex Gratia Payment Scheme and media commentary on the same.

The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services (AIMS) Ireland  is outraged at the suggestion that the survivors of symphysiotomy have exaggerated, or been in some way dishonest, in their claims in what has been a long and… Read More

Statement from AIMSI on the publication of the MAMMI STUDY

Dublin, Tuesday November 8th 2016 The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services in Ireland (AIMSI) welcomes today’s publication of the MAMMI (Maternal health And Maternal Morbidity in Ireland) study. AIMSI is keen to point out, however, that… Read More

7 points on the High Court’s refusal to force a woman to undergo a C-section against her will

These points relate to the case of HSE vs B. The in-camera reporting of the case was lifted on 2nd November 2016, over a month after the original case was heard. The case relates to the HSE who… Read More

Statement from AIMS Ireland on the lifting of In-Camera status in the case of Mother B vs HSE heard in the High Court, Dublin on 30th September 2016

Statement from AIMS Ireland on the lifting of In-Camera status in the case of Mother B vs HSE heard in the High Court, Dublin on 30th September 2016 Contact Krysia Lynch 0877543751 chair@aimsireland.com www.aimsireland.ie For immediate release AIMS… Read More

Breaking News: AIMSI Ireland call from immediate intervention from the Minister for Health on the recent baby deaths in Cavan General Hospital

AIMSI Ireland call from immediate intervention from the Minister for Health on the recent baby deaths in Cavan General Hospital Contact Krysia Lynch 0877543751 Email chair@aimsireland.com AIMS Ireland are saddened, but not surprised, to see the news break… Read More

Breaking News The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services, AIMSIreland call for compulsory inquests following any maternal death in Ireland

The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services, AIMSIreland call for compulsory inquests following any maternal death in Ireland Contact Krysia Lynch 0877543751 Email: chair@aimsireland.com www.aimsireland.ie AIMSIreland were saddened and shocked to hear of a maternal death at… Read More

Breaking news: AIMS Ireland call for immediate intervention from the Minister for Health on the recent baby deaths in Cavan General Hospital

AIMS Ireland are saddened, but not surprised, to see the news break in the media of the deaths of several newborn babies in Cavan General Hospital. Ongoing and unaddressed underfunding and understaffing of maternity units across the country,… Read More

Breaking news: AIMSIreland issue Proclamation to the Birthing Women of Ireland

march for choice

This proclamation from AIMSIreland to the Birthing Women of Ireland is to mark the centenary of the original Irish Proclamation which was read from the GPO 100 years ago today. The original proclamation strove to ensure equal rights… Read More

Breaking news: AIMSI response to the release today of the first Irish Maternity Indicator System (IMIS) National Report for 2014

Press release from AIMS Ireland March 16th 2016 For immediate release Contact 087 7543751 email chair@aimsireland.ie Aims Ireland welcomes the release of a maternity indicator system for Ireland. The System was created as a response to many expert reports… Read More

Breaking news: AIMSI response to the Maternity Strategy Review 2016-2026

The Association for the Maternity Services Ireland (AIMSI) welcomes the Maternity Strategy for Ireland 2016 – 2026 www.aimsireland.ie   For more information call Krysia Lynch 0877543751 AIMSI welcomes the Maternity Strategy for Ireland launched today 27th January 2016.  by… Read More