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  • Conor D'Arcy (aged 20)
    my arthritis became inactive and I didn t have symptoms for years Then four months ago I began to feel pain in my hips and I couldn t straighten my legs I went into the hospital and they told me it was back I m on a biologic now to treat it It s difficult after such a gap with no symptoms but I m very positive that I can

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  • Publications and Resources - Arthritis Ireland
    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

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  • Timeline
    and answers session on the Report s findings A full transcript of the proceedings can be accessed here add link Early 2011 Arthritis Ireland becomes part of the Clinical Pathways Group where they hope to include work as part of the integrated care pathway April 2011 Keeping Ireland Fit Forum at Dublin Castle hosted by Arthritis Ireland The aim of the forum was to engage with employers employees with MSDs healthcare professionals union leaders and policy makers to develop a strategy in tackling the impact of MSDs in Ireland The lively forum was chaired by RTE broadcaster John Bowman and speakers included Kathleen Lynch Minister of State for Disability Equality Mental Health Dame Carol Black National Director for Health Work in the UK Dr Steve Boorman Director of Health Safety in Royal Mail who spoke as one of the UK s largest employers Richard Wynne Work Research Centre Ireland and John Church CEO Arthritis Ireland The day consisted of a series of panel discussion made up of a wide variety of stakeholders April 2011 Informal briefing of Joan Burton Minister for Social Protection by Dame Carol Black National Director for Health Work in the UK and John Church CEO Arthritis Ireland Dame Carol Black briefed the Minister on the progress of the UK s Fit For Work initiative including measures introduced such as the fit note to replace the sick note A year after the launch of the fit note in the UK GPs agree that it has made a positive impact on the speed their patients are returning to work Minister Burton agreed that MSDs were indeed an issue for the health of our workforce and said consideration would be given to including this area in a sub committee on Health Work October 2011 John Church CEO of Arthritis

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  • Fit for Work Europe
    Ireland is part of the wider Fit for Work Europe movement working to better align the work and health agendas across Europe by bringing together key stakeholders to drive important policy changes Find out more about the wider European initiative

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  • Ruby - My Story
    be sure I will able to walk down the stairs in the morning or even get out of bed I don t think anyone with arthritis will ever fully get their head around how unpredictable it is I know a lot of things that seem normal to me seem completely alien to others my age I know it s not normal to be marched into hospital every six weeks and

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  • Liam - My Story
    and so he needed urgent treatment to prevent any lasting damage to his joints As you can imagine we were trying to absorb everything as well as coping with the realisation that out baby boy has arthritis at 3 years of age it just seems unreal Liam s mum Jodi says My biggest fear is that any damage done can not be repaired and this really scares me as Liam

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