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  • 27.2.2015 Epilepsy Research Explained: Recent Discoveries and Future Directions - New Web Site
    store Listen to the experts explain in plain English what it all means and where it s heading For people with epilepsy their families carers Thursday April 23rd 6 00pm 9 00pm Cheyne Theatre RCSI St Stephens Green Dublin 2 Light refreshments finger food from 6 00pm 6 30pm Event begins at 6 30pm To find out more information and to register for the event please see the link below

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/news/27-2-2015-epilepsy-research-explained-recent-discoveries-and-future-directions (2015-10-30)
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  • 24.2.2015: Last few remaining places at our conference disappearing fast - New Web Site
    and extended the booking deadline to this Wednesday 25th February Those places are disappearing fast though so people who have not registered to date are advised to sign up now by clicking HERE to visit our registration page We re very excited by the interest in this event and look forward to welcoming all attendees on the day with an informative lineup of speakers panellists poster displays and information stands

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/news/last-few-remaining-places-at-our-conference-disappearing-fast (2015-10-30)
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  • 6.2.2015 Reminder to book your conference place by 20 February, places going fast - New Web Site
    20th February for free places at the NAI Irish Brain Council Keynote Conference Brain Research in Ireland Delivering on the Potential Threre is a strong demand for places and they are disappearing fast Click HERE for more details and to book your place You can also download the full conference programme below Attached Documents Brain Research in Ireland Delivering on the Potential NAI A4 Flyer 1 pdf 678 kB Quick

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/news/6-2-2015-reminder-to-book-your-conference-place-by-20-february-places-going-fast (2015-10-30)
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  • 27.1.2015 Deadline this Friday to take part in Europe wide survey of neurological conditions - New Web Site
    conditions examining a wide range of aspects of living with a neurological condition You can find out more and complete the survey at http efna net pesurvey NAI carried out the first Irish survey with over 500 participants Living with a Neurological Condition in Ireland with the findings published in March 2014 You can view the report in full here NAI hopes to launch a more detailed patient experience survey

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/news/27-1-2015-deadline-this-friday-to-take-part-in-europe-wide-survey-of-neurological-conditions (2015-10-30)
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  • 22.1.2015 Call for Posters on Research into Neurological Conditions - New Web Site
    points are available for this event CALL FOR POSTERS Poster presentations are invited on research projects linked to NAI member organisations through funding grants or awards patient involvement or ongoing collaborations and relationships with research institutions A full list of NAI members is available http www nai ie go membership list of members Applicants should aim to submit abstracts no later than Friday 20th February to including contact details for the author Abstract Details 1 The abstract content should exceed 250 words including all contributing authors and affiliations It should be submitted in a Word document and include title objective methods results conclusions 2 Abstracts that have been published or presented elsewhere prior to this meeting will be accepted 3 Abstracts must be proof read carefully the author will be responsible for correct grammar and spelling 4 The total size of the poster display should be no more than 1189mm by 841mm Size AO in portrait style if possible The full conference programme is available to download below and you can also register at http www eventbrite ie e brain research in ireland delivering on the potential tickets 15198289493 Attached Documents 22 1 2015 Brain Research in Ireland Delivering on

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/news/22-1-2015-call-for-posters-on-research-into-neurological-conditions (2015-10-30)
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  • 19.1.2015 Wake up call from NAI supporter in relation to neurorehabilitation services - New Web Site
    functioning and continued employment despite several decades of multiple sclerosis I have no idea when I will get access to these services again With a modest amount of appropriate help I can continue to work and enjoy a social life I want to do so but the modest amount of help I need is being steadily withdrawn There are roughly 700 000 other patients in need of neuro rehabilitation services in this country The most recent survey 2014 by the Neurological Association of Ireland revealed that 34 per cent of respondents had increased difficulty accessing physiotherapy with 14 per cent unable to The figures for speech and language therapy occupational therapy and psychology were similar Meanwhile related services are being cut back 43 per cent of respondents had their medical cards revoked 83 per cent had been affected by escalating drug costs 70 per cent had to fight for access to respite care and 25 per cent had no access while 64 per cent had experienced cuts to their homecare package The HSE s own 2011 report Policy and Strategy for the Provision of Neuro rehabilitation Services in Ireland sketches how such services might be provided But it has been largely ignored In the long run Ireland is likely to save money by providing the services in these reports due to the continuing cost of the medical complications of not providing the services Also a recent study on a potential early discharge service for stroke patients published by the Irish Heart Foundation Towards Earlier Discharge September 2014 and carried out by the ESRI and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland estimates an overall saving of up to euro7 million nationally in the first year post stroke if the service were provided Failure to provide these rehabilitation services for patients

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/news/19-1-2015-wake-up-call-from-nai-supporter-in-relation-to-neurorehabilitation-services (2015-10-30)
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  • 14.1.2015 Neurological Alliance in the UK launches vital report on neurological services - New Web Site
    significant variation in the quality of the commissioning of neurological services among clinical commissioning groups CCGs Findings of the Report Only 14 7 of CCGs have assessed local costs relating to the provision of neurology services Only 20 4 and 26 2 of CCGs have assessed the number of people using neurological services and the prevalence of neurological conditions within their area respectively Only 33 of CCGs obtain vital feedback from patients in regards to the neurological services they commission These issues have a significant impact on patients care with 58 1 of patients having experienced problems in accessing the services or treatment they need In response the report sets out a number of recommendations including Every CCG should collate up to date and accurate local neurology data underpinned by routine and rigorous assessments of the prevalence of neurological conditions and of the number of people using neurological services locally All CCGs should ensure that mechanisms are put in place to encourage and capture patient feedback and input in regards to the quality and development of local neurology services CCGs should work in partnership to identify clinical and research trial opportunities locally and support the appropriate sharing of information on such opportunities with patients How can we use these findings here in Ireland Once again the Neurological Alliance in the UK has produced a quality comprehensive piece of work which addresses many of the issues we experience here in Ireland The findings should be taken on board as the national clinical programme in neurology prepares to launch a national blueprint for neurology services in this country The Neurological Alliance of Ireland carried out its own nationwide survey of the needs and experiences of Irish people with neurological conditions and will be launching a more detailed patient experience survey later this

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/news/14-1-2015-neurological-alliance-in-the-uk-launches-vital-report-on-neurological-services (2015-10-30)
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  • 13.1.2015 Programme and Registration for NAI Keynote Conference now available - New Web Site
    terms of research in the neurosciences The Neurological Alliance of Ireland and the Irish Brain Council will host a half day conference aimed at exploring the successes innnovations and challenges facing brain research in Ireland The full programme registration details and the call for posters can be downloaded below You can also visit our Eventbrite page to register here Closing date for bookings 20th February The event is free but

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/news/13-1-2015-programme-and-registration-for-nai-keynote-conference-now-available (2015-10-30)
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