Terry Prone

TERRY PRONE: HSE plans to build patient relationships all well and good but essentials of respectful care never change

Much nonsense has been talked about the HSE forbidding staff to call patients “love”, writes Terry Prone.

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TERRY PRONE: Libraries still lending a welcome hand to all parts of our society

Hearing that libraries are going to be the locus for health-promotion programmes in the coming year prompted me to do a little research over the last two weeks.

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TERRY PRONE: Purists may pop a vein but these penguins surely needed a pick-up

You have to stand four-square with David Attenborough on this one.

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TERRY PRONE: What the ‘Fearless Girl’ stands for, I don’t know, but it isn’t bravery

If I hadn’t hesitated at a crucial moment, this column might be illustrated, today, by a photograph of me with the Fearless Girl statue.

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TERRY PRONE: ‘Telling it like it is’ appeals to the middle-aged man of few words

YOU might not think that Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, US president Donald Trump and Peter Casey, a former candidate for the Irish presidency, have that much in common, ...

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