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  • Fundraising Events - Arthritis Ireland
    s 3rd year the Working on a Cure cycle challenge will see a team from Arthritis Ireland take part in the Wicklow 100km cycle All funds raised by taking part will go towards a Research Nurse Network Date 12 June 2016 Time 8am Location Wicklow For your calendar Google Calendar Apple iCalendar Now in it s 3rd year the Working on a Cure cycle challenge will see a team from Arthritis Ireland take part in the Wicklow 100km cycle All funds raised by taking part will go towards a Research Nurse Network These specially trained nurses will support our Chairs of Rheumatology in their work and are a key part of ensuring that we are at the forefront of discovering new and better treatments for arthritis Call Orla on 01 6470209 or email us to receive your fundraising pack today Arthritis Ireland on Facebook Arthritis Ireland on Twitter Arthritis Ireland on YouTube Arthritis Ireland on Google Plus Arthritis Ireland on LinkedIn Quicklinks Information About Arthritis Treatments Care Self Management Arthritis Your Life Booklets Exercise Medical Cards Other Resources Helpline Let s Talk Arthritis Peer Support Self Management Courses About Self Management Living Well With Arthritis Living Well With Arthritis Online

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  • Fundraising Events - Arthritis Ireland
    Raffle Donate Become a Friend Leave a Legacy Corporate Fundraising Fundraising Events Home Get Involved Fundraising Events Dublin City Marathon share on facebook 30 Oct Run Walk or Jog this years Dublin City Marathon with Arthritis Ireland and raise vital funds for the many services we provide Call Orla on 01 6470209 to receive your fundraising pack start fundraising today Date 30 October 2016 Time 9am Location Dublin City For your calendar Google Calendar Apple iCalendar Run Walk or Jog this years Dublin City Marathon with Arthritis Ireland and raise vital funds for the many services we provide Call Orla on 01 6470209 to receive your fundraising pack start fundraising today Arthritis Ireland on Facebook Arthritis Ireland on Twitter Arthritis Ireland on YouTube Arthritis Ireland on Google Plus Arthritis Ireland on LinkedIn Quicklinks Information About Arthritis Treatments Care Self Management Arthritis Your Life Booklets Exercise Medical Cards Other Resources Helpline Let s Talk Arthritis Peer Support Self Management Courses About Self Management Living Well With Arthritis Living Well With Arthritis Online Breaking the Pain Cycle Get Involved Fundraise Mini Marathon Take on a Challenge Donate Leave a Legacy Corporate Fundraising In Your Area All Events Your Local Contacts Your Exercise

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  • Working on a Cure (Chairs of Rheumatology)
    research in rheumatology in Ireland Prof Gerry Wilson was recently appointed to take charge of Arthritis Ireland s new centre of rheumatology research and education in UCD There he will continue his research into the genetic origins of rheumatoid arthritis with the aim of making a permanent change for people living with arthritis Working on a Cure was his inaugural lecture on his plans for life changing research in rheumatology

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  • Medical Research Charities Group/Health Research Board Joint Funding Scheme
    these conditions is invited Awards are funded equally by AI and the HRB Detailed guidance can be downloaded from the following site http www hrb ie uploads tx hrbgrants MRCG HRB Applicant Guidance Notes 2016 pdf Application form Attached Further information can be obtained from John Church CEO of Arthritis Ireland Telephone 01 661 8188 or email Deadlines January 7 th 5pm 250 word scientific abstract and contact details of

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  • Working with arthritis, back pain & related conditions: A guide for employees
    you need to stay in your job If you are worried or concerned following a recent diagnosis of an MSD you can find more information about what kind of support you are entitled to This guide also discusses the options of re training or moving to different types of jobs within an organisation In this guide you will find About arthritis and musculoskeletal disorders MSDs What are the benefits of

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  • Arthritis, back pain & related conditions: A guide for employers
    reported cause of absence from work in Ireland This guide provides a practical source of information and guidance for employers to help you to understand what MSDs are understand how MSDs may affect your employees support employees working with MSDs In this guide you will find About arthritis and musculoskeletal disorders MSDs How do MSDs affect employment Ensuring your employees remain healthyand in the workplace Legal obligations Supporting an employee

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  • Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs)
    the most prevalent conditions in the world MSDs can be non specific or specific Specific MSD are specific and progressive rheumatic diseases such as arthritis which are not caused by work but may be made worse by work and affect smaller numbers Non specific MSDs are frequently caused by work and are the most common Some common causes include poor posture repetitive movements manual handling awkward movements forceful hand applications

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  • Types of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs)
    involve the frequent and active participation of clinicians employers and occupational health professionals Some specific MSDs include Osteoarthritis Rheumatoid arthritis Ankylosing spondylitis Psoriatic arthritis Fibromyalgia Gout Polymyalgia Rheumatica Lupus Juvenile Arthritis Click here to visit our arthritis information section for more information on the specific MSDs mentioned above Non Specific MSDs Non specific MSDs are episodic conditions which may frequently be caused by or made worse by work They manifest themselves in different ways and may cause periods of intense discomfort and incapacity which may affect the ability of the individual worker to carry out their work They may also abate for long periods Many people with these conditions never seek treatment and most recover on their own but the conditions can cause significant absence from work or lost productivity Non specific MSDs are described in relation to two main categories 1 Back pain Back pain is a very common complaint and is episodic with half of the episodes being solved within a week and 90 going away within a month It can be described as recurrent if several episodes occur in one year for a duration of less than six months as acute if an episode lasts for less than six weeks as sub acute 7 12 weeks and as chronic if it endures for over 12 weeks Back pain is a recurrent problem for many people although this does not mean that symptoms will worsen For the majority of people pain will disappear on its own within four to six weeks For most people the cause of back pain is unknown It may arise from any number of pain sensitive structures in the lumbar spinal column including joints ligaments muscles and soft tissues Persons at high risk of low back pain include those whose jobs involve physical labour

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