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

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: AIMS Ireland welcomes the public consultation on HIQA’s draft standards for safer maternity care.

Press release from AIMS Ireland March 21st 2016 For immediate release Contact 087 7543751 email chair@aimsireland.ie AIMS Ireland welcomes the Draft Standards for Safer Maternity Care launched by HIQA today and urges all service users and those interested in… 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 survey of nearly 3,000 women shows 1 in 4 women rated breastfeeding support as “poor” or “very poor”

One in four women rate the support they received for breastfeeding their baby after birth as “poor” or “very poor” October 5th 2015 For immediate release October 5th 2015 Contact Krysia Lynch 0877543751 Email: Chair@aimsireland.ie www.aimsireland.ie In a… Read More

Public Consultation on the Development of a National Maternity Strategy

There is one week remaining to you to fill out this survey on the direction you’d like to see our maternity services taking. Please take this opportunity to make your voices heard, and please share it where you… Read More

AIMS Ireland Statement: Catastrophic failure of services in Portlaoise

AIMS Ireland Statement: Catastrophic failure of services in Portlaoise May 8, 2015 The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services (AIMS) Ireland are saddened though unfortunately not shocked by the contents of the HIQA report on Portlaoise published… Read More

Breaking News: AIMS Ireland press release on survey results from nearly 3,000 women on issue of Satisfaction in Maternity Care #WMTY2014

Press release from the Association of Improvements in the Maternity Services Ireland (AIMS Ireland) For release on 14th April 2015 AIMS Ireland consumer survey shows core issues for Portlaoise and Portuncula are widespread Contact Krysia Lynch on 0877543751… Read More

HSE RESPONSE TO HIQA REPORT ON PORTLAOISE HOSPITAL

PRESS STATEMENT FROM THE ASSOCIATION FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN THE MATERNITY SERVICES IRELAND (AIMSI) – HSE RESPONSE TO HIQA REPORT ON PORTLAOISE HOSPITAL MARCH 24TH 2015 For immediate release 24th March 2015 Press statement from The Association for Improvements… Read More