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'17.6.2021 TDS Support our Campaign for Action On Neurorehabilitation Services' image

17.6.2021 TDS Support our Campaign for Action On Neurorehabilitation Services

 It is ten years since the National Neurorehabilitation Strategy was published in 2011. A » read more

 
'2.7.2021 World Brain Day Webinar Registration is Now Open and Free to All' image

2.7.2021 World Brain Day Webinar Registration is Now Open and Free to All

World Brain Day Webinar:  Looking Beyond COVID-19: The Future of Neurological Care Our webinar on World Brain Day is a timely reflection on the state of neurological care in Ireland reflecting on the COVID-19 pandemic as a potential catalyst for change, as well as examining the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. » read more

 
'28.6.2021 A Timely Call to Prioritise Neurology as World Brain Day approaches' image

28.6.2021 A Timely Call to Prioritise Neurology as World Brain Day approaches

 The European Federation of Neurological Associations are calling for action to tackle the... » read more

 
'25.6.2021 NAI welcomes First Draft of Global Action Plan on Neurological Disorders and Epilepsy' image

25.6.2021 NAI welcomes First Draft of Global Action Plan on Neurological Disorders and Epilepsy

 NAI welcomes publication of the first draft of the WHO Intersectoral global action plan on epilepsy and other neurological disorders 2022 – 2031 We look forward to announcing details next week of our forthcoming webinar for World Brain Day July 22nd which will include a presentation on the Plan and the ongoing consultation process. » read more

 
'21.6.2021 New Report Launched on the Europe-wide impact of COVID19 on Neurological Care' image

21.6.2021 New Report Launched on the Europe-wide impact of COVID19 on Neurological Care

 The COVID19 pandemic has had a profound impact on people living with neurological disorders. » read more

 
'17.6.2021 June 2021 NAI E-Update/Newsletter is Now Available' image

17.6.2021 June 2021 NAI E-Update/Newsletter is Now Available

The June edition contains dates and details for World Brain Day, our ONE WORD campaign, NAI survey examining the impact of COVID-19, as-well as NAI member organisations news and more. » read more

 
'10.06.2021: NAI releases survey findings for National Carers Week June 7th to 13th 2021' image

10.06.2021: NAI releases survey findings for National Carers Week June 7th to 13th 2021

The NAI 2020 survey shows the impact of COVID-19 on family carers of people with neurological conditions. » read more

 
'9.6.2021 NAI Launches a New Survey to Examine the Impact of COVID-19' image

9.6.2021 NAI Launches a New Survey to Examine the Impact of COVID-19

NAI has launched a new survey to examine the impact of COVID-19 on access to services for people with neurological conditions. » read more

 
'3.06.2021 NAI Launches ONE WORD Campaign' image

3.06.2021 NAI Launches ONE WORD Campaign

World Brain Day takes place on July 22nd 2021 and our theme this year is: Looking Beyond COVID-19: The Future of Neurological Care As part of World Brain Day, we are running the ONE WORD (#EMBRACECHANGE) Campaign. » read more

 
'20.5.2021 May 2021 NAI E-Update/Newsletter is Now Available' image

20.5.2021 May 2021 NAI E-Update/Newsletter is Now Available

 The May 2021 edition of the NAI Newsletter contains dates and details for World Brain Day, NAI events that happened and those to come, as well as NAI member organisations news and more. » read more

 
'17.5.2021 NAI Endorses #OneNeurology campaign' image

17.5.2021 NAI Endorses #OneNeurology campaign

 NAI has signed up to endorse the #OneNeurology initiative launched in March 2021 by the European Federation of Neurological Associations. » read more

 

11.5.2021 NAI welcomes announcement of successful funding for Neuroinsight Research Training Programme

 NAI is delighted to be partnering with two leading research institutions which will see... » read more

 
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