Think About It: A Strategic Focus on Ireland’s neurological care services

30

Apr

Date/Time: 30 April 2013 - 09:30 to 14:00

Event Type: Brain Awareness Week

Organiser: Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI)

Venue:

Law Society, Blackhall Place, Dublin 7

Brief Description Of Event:

Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI) will mark the launch of  European Brain Month with a half day seminar. The event is open to all stakeholders with an interest in the design and delivery of services to people with neurological conditions and their families.

Featuring presentations by:

Professor Orla Hardiman: Consultant Neurologist
Dr Colin Doherty: National Clinical Lead for Epilepsy
Special Delivery Unit: Department of Health

A focused workshop session involving all participants will focus on key themes including the need to develop community based responses to the needs of people with neurological conditions and the value of enhanced co-operation and co-working accross all aspects of the services.

The feedback session will be chaired by the Office of the National Director of Clinical Care.

Contact Details:

Registration is free of charge but you must pre-register for this event by emailing sineadnai@gmail.com
 

Return to Events calendar

Latest News

More news

What's hot

Mm_what_hot

Women's Mini Marathon

Join our MS Squad for the Vhi Women's Mini Marathon on June 2nd and help us raise essential funds for our support services across Ireland. Sign up early to make sure you’re in!

Find out more

Events Calendar

» Our next Event

23 April 2019: Yoga classes for people with MS, starts 8th January (ongoing)

View all events

eNEWS SIGNUP

If you'd like to receive e-news updates from The Society please enter your email address below. If you want to know more about how we manage personal data then please see our privacy policy.

My local MSI

Map of MS Ireland's service areas South Mid West West Midlands South East North East North West North Dublin City and Fingal South West Dublin and Kildare South East Dublin and Wicklow