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Róisín Shortall TD Minister of State for Primary Care Incumbent Assumed office  10 March 2011 Preceded by New Office Teachta Dála Incumbent Assumed office  November 1992 Preceded by Michael Barrett Constituency Dublin North West Personal details Born 25 April 1954 (1954-04-25) (age 57) Nationality Irish Political party Labour Party Alma mater University College Dublin, St Mary's College of Education, Dublin Róisín Shortall (born 25 April 1954) is an Irish Labour Party politician. She has been a Teachta Dála (TD) for the Dublin North West constituency since November 1992,[1] and is the current Minister of State for Primary Care. Shortall was born and raised in Drumcondra, Dublin. She was educated at Dominican College, Eccles Street; University College Dublin, and St Mary's College of Education, Marino. She worked as a teacher for the deaf before seeking public office. She first held public office in 1991 when she was elected to Dublin City Council. Shortall was first elected to Dáil Éireann at the 1992 general election, when the Labour Party won a record 33 seats. She retained her seat at the 1997, 2002, 2007 and the 2011 general elections.[2] She is a former party spokesperson for Social and Family Affairs. On 10 March 2011, she was appointed as Minister of State for Primary Care. References ^ "Ms. Róisín Shortall". Oireachtas Members Database. http://www.oireachtas.ie/members-hist/default.asp?housetype=0&HouseNum=30&MemberID=1041&ConstID=86. Retrieved 2 November 2009.  ^ "Róisín Shortall". ElectionsIreland.org. http://www.electionsireland.org/candidate.cfm?ID=3970. Retrieved 2 November 2009.  External links Róisín Shortall's page on the Labour party website Oireachtas Preceded by Michael Barrett (Fianna Fáil) Labour Party Teachta Dála for Dublin North West 1992–present Incumbent Political offices New office Minister of State for Primary Care 2011–present Incumbent v · d · eCurrent members of Dáil Éireann As elected to the 31st Dáil in 2011, with changes (including one vacant seat) Fine Gael (75) Bannon · Barry · Breen · Bruton · Butler · Buttimer · C. Byrne · Cannon · Carey · Coffey · A. Collins · Conlan · Connaughton · Coonan · Corcoran Kennedy · Coveney · Creed · Creighton · J. Daly · Deasy · Deenihan · Deering · R. Doherty · Donohoe · Doyle · Durkan · English · Farrell · Feighan · Fitzgerald · Fitzpatrick · C. Flanagan · T. Flanagan · Griffin · Harrington · Harris · B. Hayes · T. Hayes · Heydon · Hogan · H. Humphreys · Keating · Kehoe · E. Kenny · Kyne · Lawlor · Mathews · McEntee · McFadden · McGinley · McHugh · McLoughlin · Mitchell · Mitchell O'Connor · Mulherin · D. Murphy · E. Murphy · Naughten · Neville · Noonan · O'Donnell · O'Donovan · O'Dowd · O'Mahony · O'Reilly · Perry · J. P. Phelan · Reilly · Ring · Shatter · Stanton · Timmins · Twomey · Varadkar · Walsh Labour Party (37) Broughan · Burton · E. Byrne · Conaghan · Conway · Costello · Dowds · A. Ferris · Gilmore · Hannigan · Howlin · K. Humphreys · Keaveney · Kelly · S. Kenny · C. Lynch · K. Lynch · Lyons · Maloney · McCarthy · McNamara · Nash · Nolan · Ó Ríordáin · J. O'Sullivan · Penrose · A. Phelan · Quinn · Rabbitte · Ryan · Sherlock · Shortall · Spring · Stagg · Tuffy · Wall · White Fianna Fáil (19) Browne · Calleary · N. Collins · Cowen · Dooley · S. Fleming · Kelleher · Kirk · Kitt · Martin · McConalogue · Michael McGrath · McGuinness · Moynihan · Ó Cuív · O'Dea · Ó Fearghaíl · Smith · Troy Sinn Féin (14) Adams · Colreavy · Crowe · P. Doherty · Ellis · M. Ferris · McDonald · McLellan · Mac Lochlainn · O'Brien · Ó Caoláin · Ó Snodaigh · Stanley · Tóibín United Left Alliance (5) Boyd Barrett · J. Collins · C. Daly · Healy · Higgins Independents (14) Donnelly · L. Flanagan · T. Fleming · Grealish · Halligan · Healy-Rae · Lowry · F. McGrath · Mattie McGrath · C. Murphy · M. O'Sullivan · Pringle · Ross · Wallace Ceann Comhairle: Seán Barrett Italics = Party leaders Bold = Ministers Persondata Name Shortall, Roisin Alternative names Short description Irish Labour Party politician Date of birth 25 April 1954 Place of birth Date of death Place of death