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Simon Harris added (about Michael Creed): “This National Action Plan represents Ireland’s commitment to the development and implementation of a cross-sectoral ‘One Health’ approach to the problem of antimicrobial resistance. The Plan has been jointly developed by both Departments with the oversight and guidance of the Interdepartmental AMR Consultative Committee which was established by the Chief Medical Officer and Chief Veterinary Officer of our two respective Departments. Both Minister Creed and I are most appreciative of the valuable input of the Committee, whose membership encompasses the human health, animal health and environmental sectors, providing expertise across all sectors” External link

dohc Thursday, July 20, 2017 12:33:00 PM CEST

Michael Creed added (about Simon Harris): “The Plan’s strategic interventions should not be viewed as optional, but rather as the basic requirements to ensure the appropriate use of antimicrobials, ensuring optimal outcomes for those who are patients today, as well as for those who will be patients tomorrow. Both my Department and the Department of Health will now begin work on the development of sector specific implementation plans. Minister Harris and I look forward to seeing the successful implementation of the Plan over the course of the next three years. Successful implementation of the Plan cannot be done in isolation by either Department. It will require all those involved in human health, animal health, agriculture, education and finance to work together to achieve this global public good” External link

dohc Thursday, July 20, 2017 12:33:00 PM CEST

Simon Harris said: “My priority is to ensure that our older people get the best care possible. For many that is long-term nursing home care, but for many others that care can be provided in their own homes, surrounded by the people and communities that they love. Unfortunately, as a country, the only statutory scheme we have in place at present to care for our elderly is the Nursing Homes Support Scheme, ‘a Fair Deal’. I am determined to change this and to establish a new statutory homecare scheme which is affordable and sustainable. We will also introduce a system of regulation for home care so that the public can be confident that the services provided are of a high standard. By doing this, we will help to ensure that people can continue to live with confidence, security and dignity in their own homes, for as long as possible” External link

dohc Thursday, July 6, 2017 11:49:00 AM CEST

Simon Harris said: “There are very few families in Ireland that have been untouched by cancer and sadly we are all too aware of the hardship, pain and loss it can bring. It is a challenge that we all must face together as a country. Great strides have been made under the current National Cancer Strategy, in relation to improved surgical, radiation and medical oncology services, rapid access clinics and cancer screening. This progress has resulted in improved outcomes for patients and better survival rates. Now we must take the next step” External link

dohc Wednesday, July 5, 2017 1:01:00 PM CEST

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