Shatter, Alan

Tuesday, 20 April 1999

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 503 No. 3

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Private Notice Questions. - Cervical Smear Testing.

asked the Minister for Health and Children the health boards and hospitals which commissioned Claymon Laboratories to undertake cervical screening tests; when, or to which hospital, technicians were ...More Button

Would the Minister accept as a basic principle that women should be the beneficiaries and not the casualties of the health service? Would he acknowledge that the report of the cervical screening commi...More Button

If they were working, we would not have had this difficulty in the first place.More Button

I suggest the Minister has been sitting on his hands as with other issues.More Button

In the context of the 68 women who have been recalled for further checks, has it been identified yet whether the problems with their test results derived from the work done in the Bon Secours Hospital...More Button

Arising from the Minister's various replies, is he giving an undertaking to this House that quality assurance mechanisms and the new standards that are to apply will have national application within a...More Button

Resignation of Judges: Statements.

That is not the question.More Button

Written Answers. - School Staffing.

Asked the minister: if he will provide a full-time remedial teacher for Our Lady's Grove primary school, Goatstown Road, Dublin 14 for the school year commencing September 1999 in view of the fact the contents of a lette...More Button


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