National Suicide Review Group
The National Suicide Review Group represents the health boards of Ireland in co-ordinating efforts in the area of suicide prevention. The NSRG was established on foot of a recommendation of the National Task Force on Suicide (1998). The web site contains some useful contact details - including helping services as well as research / information based sites. There are regular newsletters available to download from the site.
Dublin Neurological Institute. The DNI is a registered charity, a business and a Centre of Excellence for the care of patients with neurological disease including Parkinsons disease, Stroke, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Headache, Neuropathy, Myopathy and Muscular dystrophy.
Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland
Protecting patients and other members of the public is at the heart of what we do at the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI). We are committed to fulfilling this objective by supporting registered midwives and nurses to provide patient care to the highest standards.
Pharmaceutical Stainless Supplies
Pharmaceutical Stainless Supplies are leading edge providers of stainless steel Products and Solutions specialising in a variety of industry's including Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Hospital services.
Irelands preferred dental and medical supplier, nationwide delivery and extensive onlin and offline catalogue for you to shop from. Call now on 1800 619 619
Roches Dublin is a dedicated wig & hair loss centre dealing with hair loss. If you’re experiencing any changes in your physical appearance due to cancer treatment or alopecia then you have come to the right place. We offer advice and a range of products, services and workshops to help you look like yourself again and to restore your sense of well being and confidence.
Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland
The Academy is a non-academic body whose primary role is that of providing a forum for the exchange of scientific information and to promote academic discussion.
Royal Masterpeace has built up a reputation for performance and quality, based in the total commitment to the changing requirements of the healthcare market. Beechmount Industrial Estate, Navan, Co. Meath
The South East Dublin Department of Anaesthesia (SEDDA) was formed in 1991 at the request of Comhairle na n-Ospideal and The Department of Health and Children.
Ireland's fastest growing training provider offering first aid courses, fire safety training and PHECC accredited training. Siren are also suppliers of defibrillators.