We are hiring for a position of Administrative Officer Closing date - 4th September 2023 Read job description below: Job Description Administrative Officer (Maternity Cover) 2023
Children in Hospital Ireland is delighted to have received €36,050 from funds raised at the Lord Mayor's Charity Ball in May. A huge thank you to the Round Room at the Mansion House for hosting such a magnificent event and a huge thank you to everyone that supported the event.
We are delighted to be chosen as one of the lucky recipients of the #RTEToyShowAppeal "This funding which will allow us to partner with children, young people, parents and professionals to create new resources to help with preparing for medical procedures and advocating in a healthcare setting" – Helen Jones, Project Officer
On May 2nd 2023, Children in Hospital Ireland hosted their 2023 Annual Lecture 'Getting it Right, First and Every Time: Improving the experience for children and young people undergoing medical procedures. The aim of the lecture was to continue the discussions around how children, parents, healthcare professionals and allied staff, can all work together to improve the experiences of healthcare for children and young people. This topic arose following consultations Children in Hospital Ireland had with the CHI Youth Advisory Panel. Lucy Bray, Professor of Child Health Literacy at Edge Hill University in the UK delivered the keynote address and [...]
When: Saturday, 13th May, 2023. 7pm Reception. 8pm Dinner. Where: The Round Room, Mansion House, Dublin 2. We are delighted to announce that we are the beneficiary of the Lord Mayor of Dublin's Charity Ball, taking place at the Round Room, Mansion House on May 13th 2023. All proceeds of this event will go towards three chosen charities - Children in Hospital Ireland, AsIAm and the Capuchin Day Centre. This black-tie event will be a fabulous night out in the heart of Dublin for you, your friends or your colleagues, while raising vital funds for charity. A raffle and auction [...]
Annual Lecture: Getting it Right, First and Every Time Improving The Experience For Children and Young People Undergoing Medical Procedures Register Now Children in Hospital Ireland are delighted to announce that we are hosting our Annual Lecture once again. This will be our first in-person Annual Lecture since 2019. This is an opportunity for attendees to expand their knowledge and explore how professionals, parents and children and young people can work together to help improve the experiences for children undergoing procedures in hospital. Lucy Bray, Professor of Child Health Literacy at Edge Hill University in the UK will deliver the [...]
Throughout 2022 Children in Hospital Ireland has continued our work advocating for rights and welfare of children and their families before, during, and after hospitalisation. Check out our newsletter to find out more about the work we have been involved with. Please note - This document includes clickable links. If you wish to find out more about any of the topics listed in the newsletter simply click on it and you will be redirected to the relevant source. Further information about our advocacy work can be found here Children in Hospital Ireland Advocacy Newsletter 2022
Our call for a new social protection payment in Budget 2023 has received a great response. Check out some of the media coverage we have received. Anna and Yvonne's story - Irish Daily Mail Ayla and Yvonne's story - Virgin Media News Fiachra Brennan, Policy Officer on the Pat Kenny Show - Newstalk, Friday August 26 James and Cllr Vicki Casserly's story - The Echo Coverage of our pre-budget submission - The Irish Independent Coverage of our pre-budget submission - HerFamily.ie Coverage of our pre-budget submission - Dublinlive.ie Click here to read our full pre-budget submission
Sir, – The article “Supreme Court dismisses father and son’s appeal over care allowance while child was hospitalised” (News, July 4th) highlights once more the failure of existing Government supports to respond adequately to the particular and very significant financial pressures experienced by families when a child becomes seriously ill and requires prolonged hospitalisation. Click here to read the full Letter to the Editor from Children in Hospital Ireland.