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Between August 7 and 10, the 8th IBB Junior Open Golf Championship will hold at the ame venue.Close to 200 kid golfers across the nation will participate in this monumental event that will see all participants housed and fed.Thereafter, those who finished tops in this event will be recommended to the Royal and Ancient St Andrews, the world body governing golf for proper grounding.“A lot of people are wondering why I am passionate about Kiddies golf,” Lami stated. “Let’s face it, the kiddies are our future. As a mother, I must cater for their well being. The Olympics will hold in some weeks’ time and we don’t have anybody holding the nation’s flag in that event. “This will not happen in the 2020 Olympics. I can tell you with all boldness that the youths we are investing on at the moment will be the pride of Nigeria. At least five of those who will play in the Open shall hoist this country’s flag in the 2020 Olympics. Please, quote me on that,” the IBB Lady Captain concluded.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The new Lady Captain of the IBB Golf Club, Lami Ahmed, is indeed making the fact known that the game of golf should be handed to kids who could eventually win medals for the nation in future Olympics.To prove her point, Lami, a Lioness who thrives on oil and gas, precisely at the Conoil, has put together two gigantic tourneys that could make several kids on coming holidays some great fun.Lami Ahmed stated that over 200 kids will feature in developmental clinic between July 21 and August 12.She affirmed that kids who will be part of the programme will learn the game from the scratch and play it properly before the expiration of the programme. The Lady Captain also claimed that brilliant professional golfers are already on ground to put the kiddies through.
L to R – Kevin Mills, Area Director of Nursing, Dr. Cliff Haley, Clinical Director Donegal Mental Health Services, John Hayes, CO, NWA, CHO, Michelle Murray, Tracey Roarty, Self Harm Emergency Department Nurse, John Kelly, ADON DHMS, Anne O’Connor, National Director Mental Health Services and Liam Doherty, Assistant Director of Nursing ED, LGH Photo- Clive WassonThe HSE Donegal Mental Health Service is launching a new self-harm nurse service for Donegal. This new service will be accessible to people who need this professional help from 8am until 8pm seven days per week, in the Emergency Department (ED) in Letterkenny General Hospital.The aim of the new service is to improve the outcomes for people who come to the Emergency Department following a self harm episode. This will be done by: -Improving the assessment and management of people who come to the ED with self harm-Improving access to appropriate treatments and support at times of personal crisis-Reducing rates of repeated self harm-Ensuring rapid and timely linkage to appropriate follow up care -Helping family and carers in trying to support those who present with self harm.Two newly appointed self harm nurse’s Tracey Roarty and Michelle Murray will provide a rapid response (assessment and follow up) to people presenting to the emergency department. They will also work with those who are inpatients in acute hospitals having required medical or surgical treatment as the first intervention for self harm.Tracey stated, “Each patient discharged from the ED following a presentation with self harm will be offered a telephone call within 24hrs from either Michelle or me. We will offer support and discuss their care plan further, and offer a brief follow up, with the aim of helping them to access the relevant services to address their needs. The main focus is to empower individuals to make choices, leading to recovery with a network of support in the community”.John Hayes, Chief Officer for North Western Area, Community Health Organisation said ‘We are delighted that Donegal Mental health clients now have a dedicated self harm nurse working with Letterkenny General Hospital as part of the Donegal Mental Services. This is an important new resource that will help us to provide a swift, reactive service for clients who need support and help.Anne O’Connor, National Director, HSE’s Mental Health services, “I would like to wish Tracey and Michelle well in their roles as dedicated self harm nurses working with Letterkenny General Hospital. This service is part of the HSE’s National Mental Health Clinical programmes designed to improve the way we help people and their families who use our services in Donegal.” NEW SELF HARM NURSE SERVICE LAUNCHED FOR DONEGAL was last modified: February 7th, 2015 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)Tags:donegallaunchLetterkenny General HospitalSelf Harm Nurse