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  • News - Page 25 - New Web Site
    go ahead read more 4 5 2012 Cuts affect access to new medications HSE cuts impact on people with neurological conditions trying to access new treatments read more 17 4 2012 New Charity Launched for People with Parkinsons Disease Move 4 Parkinsons launched in Mansion House read more 12 4 2012 WHO warns cases of dementia set to soar Figure set to double by 2030 read more 10 4 2012 National Conference on Migraine At Work First ever national conference focused on migraine and employment read more 27 3 2012 Alzheimer Society call for action on dementia The Alzheimer Society of Ireland will today call on cross party TD s and Senators to support progress towards the development and implementation of a National Dementia Strategy for Ireland as an urgent priority read more 7 3 2012 NAI keynote conference for National Brain Awareness Week focuses on campaigning Conference stresses the need for partnership in advocating for resources read more 28 2 2012 Politicians turn out in force to support neurological issues Politicians show their support for NAI and its members in Leinster House read more 28 2 2012 Did your local politician attend our briefing in Leinster House Read the

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  • 20.7.2015 Wednesday 22nd July is World Brain Day - New Web Site
    on the needs of people with neurological conditions both worldwide and here in Ireland The focus for this year s World Brain Day is Epilepsy You can download the brochure for World Brain Day below NAI is aiming to publish its Pre Budget Submission to coincide with World Brain Day this week Attached Documents Brochure for World Brain Day Final Brochure WBD pdf 1 24 MB Quick Links About Us

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  • 17.7.2015 Report critical of progress on UK neurological services - New Web Site
    recommendations made by the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee PAC in 2012 moderate in two and good in just one Commenting on the NAO report Arlene Wilkie Chief Executive of the Neurological Alliance observed that Three years on from the Public Account Committee s report it is unacceptable that so little progress has been made in vital areas that were identified as needing urgent improvement It only adds to the sense that people living with neurological conditions are not seen as a priority within todays NHS We need action so that the needs of millions of people with complex conditions must no longer be overlooked The NAO highlights recommendations that have not been achieved as including Access to services The government has failed to use levers such as the clinical commissioning group outcomes indicator set to improve access to neurology services across the country and as a result neurology is mentioned in only half of local strategies Improving data The government has failed to rectify the shortage of neurology data which means for example that the NHS has no record of the numbers of neurology service users and no effective measure of patient outcomes Care planning The government has

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  • 14.7.2015 Over 2000 still waiting over 12 months for neurology OPD appointment - New Web Site
    appointment The June figures show a total waiting list of 13 555 with 2 327 waiting twelve months or more The trend is an increasing one in September 2014 there were 12 771 with 2071 people waiting more than 12 months The NAI will publish the results of a national survey of neurology centres later this year carried out in collaboration with the Neurology National Clinical Programme which will highlight

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  • 8.7.2015 Paper published on brain health and dementia in Ireland - New Web Site
    The paper presents an overview of international research on dementia risk reduction and then outlines the potential in an Irish context including exploring the potential of dementia prevention in current Irish research policy and practice The paper represents an important understanding of this issue in an Irish context and its publication is warmly welcomed by the NAI You can download the paper below Attached Documents Brain Health and Dementia Prevention

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  • 2.7.2015 Paper published on rationale and requirements for syncope unit development in acute hospitals - New Web Site
    in establishing a syncope unit in their hospitals but it is also important that patient organisations are aware of the need and advantages of this specialised service The rationale for the development of a syncope unit includes 1 reducing underdiagnosis and misdiagnosis of syncope 2 reduced hospitalisation 3 reduced cost of syncope including shorter length of stay and total care costs 4 improved care for patients through access to specialist

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  • 29.6.2015 Report on the role of not for profit organisations in supporting people with neurodegenerative neurological conditions - New Web Site
    The Scottish Neurological Alliance has produced a report which outlines the supports provided by third sector not for profit organisations to the care of people with neurodegenerative conditions The report provides a very useful outline of the kind of vital services and supports of critical importance to these individuals and their families You can view the report at http www scottishneurological org uk news alliance news stitch in time neurodegenerative

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/news/29-6-2015-report-on-the-role-of-not-for-profit-organisations-in-supporting-people-with-neurodegenerative-neurological-conditions (2015-10-30)
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  • 12.6.2015 Stakeholder consultation on key priorities for the Irish Brain Council - New Web Site
    panel discussion on the day we have developed a series of key actions to guide the work of the Irish Brain Council going forward We are anxious to obtain the views of all stakeholders to guide our work gonig forward You can have you say here We would welcome all feedback by 30th June You can also take this opportunity to download the report on the conference below Attached Documents

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