In 2012, Roisin and Mark Molloy’s fifth son Mark, tragically died shortly after birth as a result of “Care and Systems Failures”. The impact Mark’s death and search for the truth thrust the Molloy’s into the roles of campaigners, advocates and researchers.
Almost 8 years on, the Molly’s have become integral to reform of Ireland’s health service. Their work has brought about many crucial developments including Ireland’s forthcoming Open Disclosure Legislation, National Maternity Strategy, National Perinatal Bereavement Standards and, significantly, the mandatory reporting of ‘Never Events’. They have campaigned successfully for Patient Safety to be prioritised at Government level which resulted in the establishment of Ireland’s National Patient Safety Office in 2016.
Mark was appointed to the Board of the HSE as a patient representative in 2019. Roisin was a ministerial appointment to the Slaintecare Advisory Council in 2018, Ireland’s 10-year Health Service reform vision.
The Molloy’s were honoured with a People of the Year Award 2016 for their contributions to improving Ireland’s health services.
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