On Wednesday’s Deise Today WLR FM’s Deise Today researcher Daniel Keating updated Eamon on the latest “scandal” concerning a number hospitals missing there national target in administering chemotherapy within 15 days once a patient has been diagnosed with cancer. 32% of patients at UHW have had their treatment delayed according to statistics released from an FOI by the Irish Independent.
Also this week marks the one-year anniversary of the closure of the Sacred Heart Unit at Dungarvan Community Hospital and we revisited the issue in studio with Nan o’Brien of the Dungarvan Community Hospital Action Group, Eamon Healy PRO for the group and Waterford City and County Labour Councillor John Pratt.
Alan Hickey Legal Director HR safety consultant group ‘Peninsula Ireland’ spoke to Eamon about the weird work place rules that have and do cause people to leave their jobs.
Naomh McElhatton, leading digital educator spoke to Eamon on how she has branded social media the “The new Crack Cocaine” which could jeopardise real-life human relationship.
David Cullinane aired his views on the what he described as the latest ‘”scandal” concerning delay in patients been given chemotherapy treatments across a number of hospitals in Ireland.
Diarmuid Furlong, President of the Irish Eurovision Fan Club ‘OGAE Ireland’ and spoke to Eamon about Ryan O’Shaughnessy getting through to the eurovisions finals.
Dr Bryan Lynch, Consultant Paediatric Neurologist at Temple Street Children’s Hospital in Dublin updated Eamon on how the stresses of modern life are giving ever younger children migraines.
And WLR FM’s Farmview presenter and GAA big match commentator Kieran O’Connor spoke to Eamon about how things are in camp for the Waterford GAA team, as they prepare for their championship match against Clare.
Listen to Wednesday’s show below.