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14.3.2017: UK Neurological Alliance launches Second Patient Experience Report

The Neurological Alliance in the UK has published the second of its patient experience surveys, comparing people's experience of neurology services over the last two years. » read more

 

13.3.2017 Concerns raised about Access to Neurology Services in UK

A report launched in the UK last week raised serious concerns about access to neurology services The report from the Association of British Neurologists (ABN) shows that one in five UK hospitals have access to neurologists on 3 or fewer days per week. » read more

 

9.3.2017 NAI Present Award to Prof Orla Hardiman at Keynote Conference

We were delighted to present Professor Orla Hardiman, one of the founding members of the NAI, with a certificate of commendation at our conference in the Science Gallery on Tuesday. » read more

 

8.3.2017 Recording of Public Information Evening "Our Beautiful Minds" now available

On Monday 6th March, to mark the launch of National Brain Awareness Week, the NAI organised a free public information evening in Trinity College Dublin. » read more

 

7.3.2017 NAI lead contributer to Inaugural Position Paper of the Irish Brain Council

Brain conditions affect over 1.1 million people in Ireland but investment in research into these conditions remains behind cancer and cardiovascular research with a critical need for targeted funding to support research into brain conditions in this country. » read more

 

3.3.2017 Our Beautiful Minds: Public Information Evening on March 6th to Launch Brain Awareness Week

National Brain Awareness Week takes place nationwide each year to raise awareness of brain conditions such as epilepsy, stroke, acquired brain injury and dementia which affect over 800,000 people in Ireland. » read more

 

27.2.2017 Representatives from "We Need Our Heads Examined" Campaign hold further meeting with Minister for Health

Representatives from the "We Need Our Heads Examined" campaign held their second meeting with Minister for Health Simon Harris last Thursday in Leinster House. » read more

 

13.2.2017 We Need Our Heads Examined campaign secures further coverage for lack of neurorehabilitation services

Todays Herald features a series of hard hitting articles, once again highlighting the lack of neurorehabilitation services as part of the "We Need Our Heads Examined" campaign. » read more

 

28.1.2017 We Need Our Heads Examined Campaign Makes Front Page News

Counsellor Natalie Treacy, family member and spokesperson for the We Need Our Heads Examined campaign features in an article in the Herald today, along with NAI Executive Director Mags Rogers. » read more

 

23.1.2016 Second Interim Report of Oireachtas Committee on the Future of Healthcare includes key points from NAI submission

The NAI welcomes the direct reference in the Second Interim report of the Oireachtas Committee on the Future of Healthcare, to the need to implement key policies in neurological care. » read more

 

23.1.2017 We Need Our Heads Examined campaign spokesperson speaks to Daily Mirror

Counsellor Natalie Treacy, one of the spokesperson for the NAI "We Need Our Heads Examined" campaign, gave a moving interview to the Daily Mirror, about her family's struggle to care for her brain injured mum. » read more

 
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21.12.2016 We Need Our Heads Examined Campaign joins Minister for Health Simon Harris on his visit to NRH

┬áRepresentatives from the "We Need Our Heads Examined" campaign joined Minister for Health Simon Harris and Minister Mary Mitchell O Connor on their visit to the NRH on the evening of December 20th. » read more

 
 
 
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