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PSPA Ireland Support Group Meeting – Dublin, 10th April

Dates :      Tuesday 10th April 2018         and            Tuesday 4th September 2018 Time: 12.00h- 14.00h Venue: Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Centre for Nurse Education, Classroom 5, 1st Floor Nelson St., Dublin … Continue reading

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PSPA Ireland Regional Support Group Meeting – ARDEE

The aim of this meeting is to offer people diagnosed with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) and Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD), their carers, families and friends an opportunity to meet with us and ask questions, share experiences and concerns over a cup … Continue reading

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PSPA Ireland Regional Support Group Meeting – CORK

The aim of this meeting is to offer people diagnosed with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) and Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD), their carers, families and friends an opportunity to meet with us and ask questions, share experiences and concerns over a cup … Continue reading

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Campaign- Invest in Neurology

The Neurological Alliance of Ireland, together with eleven of its member organisations, has launched a campaign calling on the Government to prioritise investment in neurology services. Decades of under-investment have resulted in the lowest ratio of consultant neurologists per head … Continue reading

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Invest in Neurology – Launch

The Neurological Alliance of Ireland, together with eleven of its member organisations, has launched a campaign calling on the Government to prioritise investment in neurology services. The “Invest in Neurology” campaign is calling on the Government to take immediate action … Continue reading

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NEW PLANNING BOOKLET LAUNCHED FOR THOSE WITH ADVANCING NEUROLOGICAL ILLNESSES

Planning for the Future- Information for people who have an advancing neurological Illness A collaboration between Irish Hospice Foundation and the Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI) have produced an information booklet for people with an advancing neurological illness, who want … Continue reading

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Update from Keynote Conference at Brain Awareness Week   

Research & Healthcare Responses to the Challenge of Brain Conditions in Ireland.   Brain Awareness Week 2018, Keynote Conference organised by the Neurological Alliance of Ireland and the Irish Brain Council brought together some of the leading lights in brain … Continue reading

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