Archive for the ‘homeslider’

Free Public Information Seminar – Malahide, Co. Dublin

Malahide Castle on a sunny day
16th February 2017

The Migraine Association of Ireland is delighted to announce a Free Public Information Seminar which will take place in North Dublin on Wednesday, March 8th 2017. The seminar will take place in the Grand Hotel, Malahide from 7 pm until 9 pm. Consultant Neurologist Dr. Martin Ruttledge from the Hermitage Clinic will speak about the diagnosis and treatment of migraine and other headache disorders. The event will also feature an interview... [read more]


Brain Awareness Week – NAI Events

baw-undated-dabi
6th January 2017

Registration now open for NAI events for National Brain Awareness Week 2017 National Brain Awareness Week takes place each March to raise awareness of the impact of living with a neurological condition Registration is now open for events organised by the Neurological Alliance of Ireland, the national umbrella representing over thirty organisations working with people with neurological conditions and their families To find out more visit... [read more]


Migraine Seminars and Events 2017

Rear view of many listeners sitting on chairs during lecture at conference
3rd January 2017

We are in the process of finalising the details of a number of information seminars, self help groups and seminars for Health Professionals for 2017. We will keep you posted on event details and booking information when available  through the website and online through our social media channels. To find a  list of events that we have planned or are currently planning for 2017 please click here.  Please email info@migraine.ie for... [read more]


Migraine Book

migraine-book-cover
17th November 2016

Our book, Migraine Not Just Another Headache, is now available to buy from local bookshops and from our website.  Written by experts, this book describes the role of the GP, nurse, pharmacist, pediatrician, physiotherapist and psychologist in the treatment of migraine. It advises about the management of migraine in the home, at school, in the sports centre and workplace. It gives crucial information from neurology and from specialist... [read more]


Archive for the ‘homeslider’

Free Public Information Seminar – Malahide, Co. Dublin

Malahide Castle on a sunny day
16th February 2017

The Migraine Association of Ireland is delighted to announce a Free Public Information Seminar which will take place in North Dublin on Wednesday, March 8th 2017. The seminar will take place in the Grand Hotel, Malahide from 7 pm until 9 pm. Consultant Neurologist Dr. Martin Ruttledge from the Hermitage Clinic will speak about the diagnosis and treatment of migraine and other headache disorders. The event will also feature an interview... [read more]


Brain Awareness Week – NAI Events

baw-undated-dabi
6th January 2017

Registration now open for NAI events for National Brain Awareness Week 2017 National Brain Awareness Week takes place each March to raise awareness of the impact of living with a neurological condition Registration is now open for events organised by the Neurological Alliance of Ireland, the national umbrella representing over thirty organisations working with people with neurological conditions and their families To find out more visit... [read more]


Migraine Seminars and Events 2017

Rear view of many listeners sitting on chairs during lecture at conference
3rd January 2017

We are in the process of finalising the details of a number of information seminars, self help groups and seminars for Health Professionals for 2017. We will keep you posted on event details and booking information when available  through the website and online through our social media channels. To find a  list of events that we have planned or are currently planning for 2017 please click here.  Please email info@migraine.ie for... [read more]


Migraine Book

migraine-book-cover
17th November 2016

Our book, Migraine Not Just Another Headache, is now available to buy from local bookshops and from our website.  Written by experts, this book describes the role of the GP, nurse, pharmacist, pediatrician, physiotherapist and psychologist in the treatment of migraine. It advises about the management of migraine in the home, at school, in the sports centre and workplace. It gives crucial information from neurology and from specialist... [read more]