Planning a training programme

first_imgA training programme is designed to improve fitness, sharpen skills and encourage team work. Many sports are seasonal, therefore the programme is divided into parts called periodisation. Some sports use three main periods: 1. Preseason – Focus on a high level of general fitness for the particular sport. – Concentrate on muscular endurance, power and speed work. – Development of techniques, skills and strategies for the particular sport. 2. Competitive/Peak season – Emphasise speed. – Practise skills at high speed and competitive situations (training circuits and practise matches). – Extra fitness sessions for strength and power for key muscles. – Adequate recovery and rest to avoid injury and fatigue. 3. Off Season – Aims for complete recovery from competition through rest, relaxation and other sports (active rest) to maintain a level of fitness. The training programme can be long-term or short and designed for a particular sport, specific level of ability, an individual sports person or group of sports people at a similar level of ability. The skill requirements, type of fitness needed, demographics (age, health, experience, etc) must be considered. The training principles, including the FITT principle and training methods, must be incorporated in planning training programmes. The components of a training session. Having decided on the programme of training, the actual training session should have three parts: 1. Warm-up The warm-up helps with mental preparation, increases heart rate and blood flow, warm muscles, loosen joints, increases flexibility and reduces the risk of injury to muscles and joints. The warm-ups must last at least 20-30 minutes and should include: – Gentle exercise for the whole body, such as jogging. – Gentle stretching to increase range of movement at the joints and prevent strains on muscles tendons and ligaments. Each stretch must be held for 10-30 seconds with no bouncing. – Specific warm-up for the activity, e.g., minor game passing the ball around. 2. Training activities This is the body of the training session and prepares the individual or team in different ways for fitness and skill development, depending on the demand of the particular sport. The training activity should include the following: – Physical preparation A fitness session, e.g., continuous, fartlek, interval or circuit training – Psychological preparation Players need a certain intensity of motivation called arousal, which aids performance. If the arousal level is not high enough, boredom sets in and performance declines. Anxiety, stress level and aggression must also be managed. The team psychiatrist will help the players to recognise and manage these problems. – Technical preparation These are the basic patterns of movement which have to be developed in every activity. Skilful performance is the product of using techniques correctly, e.g., a netball player may work through a series of practices designed to improve footwork skills. – Tactical preparation How the opponent is beaten will depend on a number of different factors. Therefore, in order to win, a tactical game plan is needed. The main tactic for most sport involves either attack or defence. The basic principles behind these should be done during the session. For example, corner or free kicks can be done by using drills and practices for each situation. 3. Cool down The cool down is where the body recovers after vigorous activity and is as important as the warm-up. It prevents soreness, keeps circulation up so that more oxygen reaches the muscles to clear away lactic acid, and loosens tight muscles to prevent stiffness later. The cool down must begin with a few minutes of jogging, then finishing with stretching exercises. Special attention must be given to the main joints used. Recovery rate is how quickly the body gets back to normal. Make sure enough time is given to recover between training sessions. If training is done every day, follow a heavy one-day session with a light session. During a heavy training period, at least one rest day must be taken per week.last_img read more

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Huskies to play in busy three game weekend

first_imgOn Friday, Dec. 9, the Huskies will play host to the Peace River Navigators, who will enter the North Peace Arena as the NAMHL’s number one team, boasting an impressive 20-2-0-0 record.The Huskies have already played Peace River twice this season, suffering defeats on both occasions. Nov. 19 the team lost 11-3 in Peace River, then in a rematch two weeks later in Fort St. John, showed much improvement, only losing 4-3.Emphasis will once again have to be put on defence for this game, as the potent offence of the Navigators contains five of the league’s top ten scorers.- Advertisement -Saturday, Dec.10, the Huskies will board their bus and head to Dawson Creek to play the Junior Canucks for the fourth time already this season.Fort St. John has yet to lose to Dawson Creek in those three games played, two of which were won in Dawson Creek. Throughout the three games played between the teams this season, the Huskies have outscored the Junior Canucks 18-9.Finally, the team will finish their three game weekend at home on Sunday, Dec.11, when the Huskies play host to the league’s last place team, the Beaverlodge Blades.  The teams will play some afternoon hockey at the North Peace Arena, with the puck set to drop at 2 p.m.Advertisement Sunday’s game with the Blades will be the two teams’ third meeting of the season. Fort St. John won the first game11-3, their second 11-6 and the teams were scheduled to play a third time, but Beaverlodge had to forfeit that game.The last time the Huskies hit the ice with the Blades, the league’s leading scorer Robbie Sidhu put up some impressive numbers, registering 6 points (1 goal, 5 assists). Sidhu currently leads the NWJHL with 46 points in just 16 games played.Friday’s game will begin at 8 p.m. and Sunday’s at 2 p.m. and both games will be played at the North Peace Arena.last_img read more

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Diabetes advance reported in Brazil

first_imgLarger, more rigorous studies are needed to determine whether stem cell transplants could become standard treatment for people with the disease once called juvenile diabetes. It is less common than Type 2 diabetes, which is associated with obesity. The hazards of stem cell transplantation also raise questions about whether the study should have included children. One patient was as young as 14. Dr. Lainie Ross, a medical ethicist at the University of Chicago, said the researchers should have studied adults first before exposing young teens to the potential harms of stem cell transplant, which include infertility and late-onset cancers. In addition, Ross said the study should have had a comparison group to make sure the treatment was indeed better than standard diabetes care. Burt, who wrote the study protocol, said the research was done in Brazil because U.S. doctors were not interested in the approach. The study was approved by ethics committees in Brazil, he said, adding that he personally believes it was appropriate to do the research in children as well as adults, as long as the Brazilian ethics panels approved. On the threshold Burt and other diabetes experts called the results an important step forward. “It’s the threshold of a very promising time for the field,” said Dr. Jay Skyler of the Diabetes Research Institute at the University of Miami. Skyler wrote an editorial in the Journal of the American Medical Association, which published the study, saying the results are likely to stimulate research that could lead to methods of preventing or reversing Type I diabetes. “These are exciting results. They look impressive,” said Dr. Gordon Weir of Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston. Still, Weir cautioned that more studies are needed to make sure the treatment works and is safe. “It’s really too early to suggest to people that this is a cure,” he said. The patients involved were ages 14 to 31 and newly diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. An estimated 12 million to 24 million people worldwide – including 1 million to 2 million in the United States – have this form of diabetes, which is typically diagnosed in children or young adults. An autoimmune disease, it occurs when the body attacks insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. Insulin is needed to regulate blood sugar levels, which when too high, can lead to heart disease, blindness, nerve problems and kidney damage. Burt said the stem cell transplant is designed to stop the body’s immune attack on the pancreas. A study published last year described a different kind of experimental transplant, using pancreas cells from donated cadavers, that enabled a few diabetics to give up insulin shots. But that requires lifelong use of anti-rejection medicine, which isn’t needed by the Brazilian patients since the stem cells were their own. The 15 diabetics were treated at a bone marrow center at the University of S o Paulo. All were newly diagnosed, before their insulin-producing cells had been destroyed. The procedure That timing is key, Burt said. “If you wait too long,” he said, “you’ve exceeded the body’s ability to repair itself.” The procedure involves stimulating the body to produce new stem cells and harvesting them from the patient’s blood. Next comes several days of high-dose chemotherapy, which virtually shuts down the patient’s immune system and stops destruction of the few remaining insulin-producing cells in the body. This requires hospitalization and potent drugs to fend off infection. The harvested stem cells, when injected back into the body, build a new healthier immune system that does not attack the insulin-making cells. Patients were hospitalized for about three weeks. Many had side effects including nausea, vomiting and hair loss. One developed pneumonia, the only severe complication. Doctors changed the drug regimen after the treatment failed in the first patient, who ended up needing more insulin than before the study. Another patient also relapsed. The remaining 13 “live a normal life without taking insulin,” said study co-author Dr. Julio Voltarelli of the University of S o Paulo. “They all went back to their lives.” The patients enrolled in the study at different times so the length of time they’ve been insulin-free also differs. Burt has had some success using the same procedure in 170 patients with other autoimmune diseases, including lupus and multiple sclerosis; one patient with an autoimmune form of blindness can now see, Burt said. “The body has tremendous potential to repair,” he said. The study was partly funded by the Brazilian Ministry of Health, Genzyme Corp. and a maker of blood sugar monitoring products.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! CHICAGO – Could their own stem cells allow people with Type 1 diabetes to live without daily insulin shots? A small but promising experiment in Brazil suggests the answer someday might be yes. In a medical first, 15 young people with newly diagnosed diabetes had stem cell transplants from their own blood. Thirteen of them were able to give up insulin and have been successful for periods ranging from six months to three years. They are being followed to see whether the results are long-lasting. While the procedure is risky and potentially life-threatening, none of the patients died or suffered lasting side effects. “It’s the first time in the history of Type 1 diabetes where people have gone with no treatment whatsoever … no medications at all, with normal blood sugars,” said study co-author Dr. Richard Burt of Northwestern University’s medical school in Chicago. last_img read more

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WADA to reinstate Russia after doping suspension

first_img0Shares0000Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren’s report for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) claimed Russia had orchestrated an elaborate doping programme. © AFP/File / Fabrice COFFRINIMONTREAL, Canada, Sep 14 – The World Anti-Doping Agency has been given the green light to lift its ban on Russia’s drug-tainted testing authority after a recommendation from investigators, the global doping watchdog said Friday.A WADA statement said its independent Compliance Review Committee (CRC) had recommended that the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) be reinstated when the agency’s executive committee meets on September 20. WADA suspended the RUSADA in 2015 after declaring it to be non-compliant following revelations of a vast, Moscow-backed scheme to avoid drug testers.A WADA report by Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren accused Russian authorities of running an elaborate doping programme with the full support of the Russian Ministry of Sport and the Russian secret service or FSB.Russian officials had previously concluded that their doping system failed, but refused to acknowledge claims of institutional involvement.Tensions within WADA emerged earlier this year over whether Russia had done enough for the sanction to be lifted, with some officials arguing it had not fulfilled a “roadmap” to rehabilitation.However WADA’s statement on Friday said its compliance committee had recommended reinstating RUSADA after reviewing a letter from the Russian Ministry of Sport.“This letter sufficiently acknowledged the issues identified in Russia, therefore fulfilling the first of the two outstanding criteria of RUSADA’s Roadmap to Compliance,” WADA said.It said Russia had also agreed to provide access to data and samples in its Moscow laboratory to WADA via an independent expert.That pledge fulfilled the second outstanding criterion on the roadmap, WADA said, “provided that the Executive Committee imposes a clear timeline for such access.”“The ExCo will fully discuss this recommendation during its 20 September meeting and its decisions will be communicated publicly,” said the statement.WADA added that since RUSADA was banned in 2015, the agency and Russian authorities “have been working very hard to rebuild a credible, and sustainable, anti-doping program in Russia.”If RUSADA’s reinstatement is approved next week, it could have far-reaching implication across the sports world.Most significantly, it removes a key obstacle to lifting the suspension of Russia by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), track and field’s global governing body.The IAAF has taken a hardline stance on Russian athletes since the scandal emerged, refusing to lift its ban shortly before the European Championships.The IAAF has said Russia must fulfill three criteria to be readmitted; the reinstatement of RUSADA, provide access to doping records at the agency’s Moscow laboratory from 2011-2015, and payment of costs incurred by the IAAF in the wake of the scandal.The IAAF will review Russia’s status once more at its council meeting in Monaco in December.Clear divisions within WADA came into the open at its board meeting in Montreal in May, where members from individual sporting bodies called for the ban to be lifted.Patrick Baumann, a prominent member of the International Olympic Committee, questioned whether Russia should be suspended indefinitely.“We don’t challenge the road map, we simply question for how long we want to follow that road map – for the next 10 years, 20 years, 30 years?” he told the meeting.Officials in Russia meanwhile have sent mixed signals over the country’s doping scandal.Russian President Vladimir Putin has acknowledged doping cases but has dimissed Grigory Rodchenkov, the whistleblower whose revelations exposed the scandal as “an idiot” who should not be trusted.Rodchenkov is currently living in hiding in the United States, and has said he fears for his life.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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RECEIVER PUTS TOP DONEGAL HOTEL UP FOR SALE FOR €1.5MILLION

first_imgRECEIVERS today put one of Donegal’s iconic hotels up for sale for a bargain €1.5MILLION, donegaldaily.com can reveal.Shandon Hotel at Marble Hill Strand, Port na Blagh, had a receiver appointed by the Bank of Ireland in February. He is Aiden Murphy of Horwath Bastow Charleton.Today Mr Murphy instructed Letterkenny-based estate agent Dermot Rainey of Sherry FitzGerald Rainey to sell the premises. The hotel was owned by well-known business couple Dermot and Catherine McGlade before Bank of Ireland took its legal action.The couple had added a spa centre to the facility which is very popular with tourists from the North.The hotel’s top quality restaurant and bar are also popular with people staying in the large number of caravan parks and holiday homes in the area.The complex – which includes a golf course – was once thought to be worth more than €6 million. Today the estate agent put the hotel on the open market – for a quarter of that price.Local people we spoke to in Port Na Blagh this morning were shocked by the move.“We knew the hotel was in trouble because of the receiver, but we all hoped the McGlades would somehow get it back,” said one local man.“It is very sad for them. They put their whole lives into that hotel and it is an important part of the community here.“Hopefully now there will be new owners and the hotel can continue to operate. It’s important for jobs in the area.” News of the sale breaks on the same day as the new Donegal Mayor Noel McBride – from nearby Carrigart – spoke of his hope that the county could begin to realise its full potential as a tourist destination.The hotel has 71 bedrooms, a self contained spa incorporating Hydro Vitality Pool and full range of treatment facilities, kids playhouse and activity centre, 9 Hole Pitch & Putt Course, new Leisure Centre/Gym with 17.5m Swimming Pool, spacious restaurant, McGlades Bar & Bistro and a residents lounge.Further details were posted on estate agent’s website www.sfr.ie today – the contact is Dermot Rainey on 074 912 2211 or by email Dermot.rainey@sfr.ie.Later today, after the story appeared on donegaldaily.com, Mr Rainey revealed: “It’s a fine property with a lot going for it. The phone is already ringing from people who are interested.” RECEIVER PUTS TOP DONEGAL HOTEL UP FOR SALE FOR €1.5MILLION was last modified: June 30th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Bank of IrelandDermot and Catherine McGladeDermot RaineyDonegal hotel receivershipPort na Blaghshandon hotellast_img read more

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PL round-up: Foxes go eight points clear while Hammers draw in Chelsea thriller

first_img5 5 5 5 The Hammers dominated proceedings after the goal, but late drama saw Chelsea win a penalty. Carroll had gone close from the corner, only seconds later, though, Willian surged forward, playing Ruben Loftus-Cheek into the box. The 20-year-old had his heels clipped, and Fabregas stepped up to convert the spot kick in the 89th minute.It was a thrilling contest at Stamford Bridge, but one that West Ham will feel they should have taken three points from. Crystal Palace 0-1 Leicester CityThe Foxes set out to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table, but they had to do so against an Eagles side still seething following their late defeat to Liverpool in their previous domestic fixture.After 17 minutes at Selhurst Park, Riyad Mahrez should have opened the scoring for the table-toppers, surging forward to go one-on-one with goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey but, uncharacteristically, wasting the chance with his effort brushing Hennessey, consequently allowing the defence to clear their lines.This chance was soon forgotten, though, as 34 minutes in the Algerian got his name on the scoresheet. Jamie Vardy found himself with space on the left side of the penalty area, delivering a ball eight yards from goal which was latched onto by Mahrez with the easiest of finishes. Two early chances soon after the break should have seen Leicester double their lead, but, as has been typical of their recent performances, they were wasteful of their chances.Claudio Ranieri’s side appeared nervous, and with Palace growing in possession towards the 80th minute mark, only a second goal would relax the visitors.Damien Delaney rattled the woodwork late on, but the Foxes held on to seal the three points and go eight points clear of second-placed Tottenham Hotspur.Watford 1-2 Stoke CityIt was the Potters that drew first blood at Vicarage Road.Somehow Phil Bardsley’s cross from the left wing evaded every Watford defender, travelling across the face of goal to the unmarked Jonathan Walters at the far post. The experienced Irishman calmly slotted the ball home, making it 1-0 with 18 minutes on the clock.center_img Chelsea 2-2 West HamJohn Terry led Chelsea out of the Stamford Bridge tunnel, returning to the starting line-up after spending the past few weeks struggling with a hamstring injury.It wasn’t the start the Blues skipper will have been hoping for, as just 17 minutes in Manuel Lanzini fired a beautifully curled effort out of Thibaut Courtois’ reach.Chelsea’s intensity improved after going a goal down, and, deservedly, on the stroke of half-time Cesc Fàbregas equalised for his side with an exquisite curling free kick from 25 yards.It was more of the same following the interval, and, again, it was Slaven Bilic’s men that drew first blood.Goalscorer Lanzini and Dimitri Payet linked up well in the middle of the park before the latter split Chelsea’s defence, sending Andy Carroll, who had been on the pitch only three minutes, through on goal.The England international comfortably left Branislav Ivanovic behind, and scuffed a shot past Courtois from close range after 61 minutes. Leicester players celebrate after Riyad Mahrez opens the scoring against Crystal Palace Just the one goal separated the two sides as the referee blew for the half time whistle, in what had been a poor showing from Quique Sánchez Flores’ men.And they got the second period off to a terrible start. Jonathan Walters met Heurelho Gomes’ goal kick, playing a first-time ball over the top of the Watford defence to Joselu. The Uruguayan outpaced defender Miguel Britos and sublimely dinked the ball over a hapless Gomes.Despite it being one of the Hornets’ mediocre performances of the campaign, captain Troy Deeney managed to pull one back for the home side in the 86th minute, making it a nervy ending for the Potters.Ikechi Anya played a cross into the box from the left side and Deeney, unmarked on the edge of the six yard area, powerfully headed the ball past Jack Butland.Watford gave everything to try and grab a late equaliser, but the Potters refused to relinquish their lead, taking home a deserved victory.West Bromwich Albion 0-1 Norwich CityWith the Canaries sitting in 18th and two months of the season remaining, it’s reached that stage where each game has become somewhat of a cup final.Predictably, the first half provided few chances, with the affair at the Hawthorns largely scrappy as both sides struggled to create chances in the final third.Both sides were in need of a half time talk, and one team came out of the blocks far quicker. The Baggies failed to clear what appeared to be a harmless ball into the box, Matt Jarvis took advantage, stealing the ball and playing in Robbie Brady. The winger made no mistake, firing his effort into the left corner to make it 1-0 to the visitors with 50 minutes played.Despite going a goal up, the Canaries remained nervous – understandable given the importance of the three points – but they held on to move out of the drop zone. 5last_img read more

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Bosco coach resigns

first_imgFor Plantillas, the immediate future and direction of his football team were clearer than that of his own agenda. For now, the Tigers’ all-time winningest coach has resigned his position, effective immediately, a decision he had mulled over during the Christmas break. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson“He had mentioned to me that he was seriously considering resigning right before the break,” Tigers athletic director Sal Perez said. “Then he called during the holidays to confirm the news.” The Tigers were 40-40-2 during Plantillas’ eight years as coach. This feat was somewhat remarkable considering that, when Plantillas began his tenure, Don Bosco was in only its third year of playing football since the school reinstituted the sport back in 1996 after a 34-year hiatus. During the Plantillas era, the Tigers qualified for the playoffs four times while capturing two Santa Cruz League titles. They recently moved up to the Del Rey League and Division X. “I love these kids, I love this program,” Plantillas said, “but it’s time for me to move on. ROSEMEAD – By all accounts he should have been home, enjoying what were his first days off in a decade. But Don Bosco Tech football coach Carlos Plantillas was at the school’s weight room Wednesday afternoon, spotting and assisting several athletes in their off-season training regimens. center_img “I’ve been here for 10 years, giving everything I had. I gave all my time, all my effort to these kids. When I commit to something, I go all the way.” The Whittier College graduate will hand the reins back to his mentor and the school’s first coach, Bill Yurak. “I’m glad Bill will be back,” said Plantillas, who served as an assistant under Yurak from 1996-1997. “He is a disciplined leader.” The only individuals looking to adjust are Plantillas and his family. “Since I’ve been working here I’ve had to put aside other priorities in my life, such as spending time with my family or starting my own,” Plantillas said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Podcast: Sportsday on talkSPORT 2, July 9

first_imgThis Saturday morning on Sportsday we reflect on Andy Murray reaching his third Wimbledon final.We also look ahead to the Ladies’ final as Serena Williams bids to equal Steffi Graf’s Grand Slam record of 22 titles when she takes on Angelique Kerber.There’s also the latest from Pep Guardiola’s first press conference as Manchester City boss, Kell Brook ahead of his bout with Gennady Golovkin and the latest from the Natwest T20 Blast.All brought to you by Russ Hargreaves and the team.last_img read more

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Spurs target Jack Grealish ‘disappointed and disillusioned’ Villa won’t sell him

first_imgJack Grealish is ‘disappointed and disillusioned’ after Aston Villa decided not to sell him to Tottenham, according to reports.It is understood Spurs launched a £25m bid for the midfielder on Wednesday night but Villa do not intend to lose their star man in this transfer window. Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ REVEALED Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Villa won’t let Grealish leave LATEST IN DEMAND According to Sky Sports News, Grealish was told he could leave the club before their new owners arrived and is upset his dream move has been blocked.However, the 22-year-old remains confident a deal can be completed before the window shuts on Thursday.Spurs only have one day to break Villa’s resolve and make their first summer signing. RANKED moving on targets LATEST TRANSFER NEWS targets 1 LIVING THE DREAM Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summerlast_img read more

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BROGAN CALLS FOR SUPPORT TO TACKLE WAITING LIST AT HOSPITAL

first_imgCllr Ciarán Brogan has called for support to tackle escalating waiting lists at Letterkenny General Hospital.Cllr Ciaran BroganCllr Brogan, a member of the Regional Health Forum, said help is urgently needed to ensure al services are fully restored.“Since this disaster hit Letterkenny Hospital in July, I have been working to ensure that all services at Letterkenny General Hospital are fully restored to the best possible standard. “The management and staff have worked tirelessly over the past month and a half to get the hospital back up and running as quickly and as safely as possible. It is vital now that no hurdles are put in the way in returning Letterkenny to its status as the key health service provider in the North West region,” said Cllr Brogan.He added that he was delighted that the Chairman of the Group Noel Daly, CEO Bill Maher and National Director Tony O’Brien confirmed this week that all resources will be available to make Letterkenny General Hospital a top class facility serving the needs of the region.“An immediate concern is the lengthening waiting lists at the hospital, and management must be given extra support in dealing with the backlog and ensuring that all patients get the care they need within a reasonable length of time.“What happened in Letterkenny on 26th July cast a dark cloud over health service provision in this region. But the community pulled together and staff worked day and night in extremely difficult circumstances to put the patients first at all times. “The priority now is to move on from this terrible incident and ensure that services at Letterkenny Hospital are better than ever,” said Cllr Brogan. BROGAN CALLS FOR SUPPORT TO TACKLE WAITING LIST AT HOSPITAL was last modified: September 19th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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