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Established in November 2010, NASRA fosters excellence in diverse areas of industrial relations, health legislation, pay and conditions, the domains of education, policy, practice, organisational development and research.Read more
NASRA will influence these domains through the core values of leadership, open communication, development, alliance, advocacy, diversity, stewardship and professional ethics.Read more
Being member driven and member led, NASRA is committed to facilitating and supporting opportunities for dynamic interaction and participation amongst the membership.Read more
We will provide forums within our association for collaborative relationships, partnerships and networks through committee membership right up to our Association Executive.Read more
Our vision is to provide: Dynamic, value driven leadership, developing and maintaining diversity within our Association whilst maintaining the integrity and ethical practice of pre-hospital care practitioners.Read more
NASRA will retain its independent status and will be recognised and consulted as an authoritative body on all matters germane to statutory pre-hospital care providers and other relevant Ambulance issues.Read more
Following several queries, it is important that PNA, NASRA branch clearly explains its position on the proposed document on modernisation and transformation.
NASRA does not endorse the proposed document on modernisation and transformation. It is NASRA’s strongly held view that the initial draft proposal to be balloted on stops a long way short of staff expectations, all of which are legitimate and by now well documented.
Paramedics commonly work with limited resources and inadequate organisational support that can culminate in burnout, secondary traumatic stress, and compassion fatigue.
While we appreciate that sexual harassment is a difficult subject it must be addressed. HSE staff surveys since 2016 have identified bullying and harassment within the NAS, but they have not addressed the specific question of sexual harassment within the Irish ambulance service.
By Brendan Flynn
On Friday March 31st the ambulance staff of Mullingar ambulance station welcomed the Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly TD to the official opening of their new state of the art station.
By Brendan Flynn
The exercise on Roles and Responsibilities began in January 2019 with the intention of publishing a report by June 2019.