Migraine Association of Ireland Launches New Website

25th November 2013

The MAI is delighted to announce that Minister for Disability, Older People, Equality & Mental Health Kathleen Lynch will be launching our new website  www.migraine.ie on Wednesday 27th November in Dublin.Kathleen Lynch

“This website is an accurate and reliable source of information for migraine sufferers” says CEO of the Migraine Association of Ireland Patrick Little. “As well as providing information on migraine management generally, there are sections designed specifically for children and teenagers, and it is also intended as a diagnostic resource for health professionals.”

The launch takes places from 10.00 to 11.30am at European Parliament House, Molesworth Street. There are still a few places available so if you would like to attend please email info@migraine.ie or telephone the Migraine Helpline: 1850-200-378.  As seating is limited spaces will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Migraine Association of Ireland Launches New Website

25th November 2013

The MAI is delighted to announce that Minister for Disability, Older People, Equality & Mental Health Kathleen Lynch will be launching our new website  www.migraine.ie on Wednesday 27th November in Dublin.Kathleen Lynch

“This website is an accurate and reliable source of information for migraine sufferers” says CEO of the Migraine Association of Ireland Patrick Little. “As well as providing information on migraine management generally, there are sections designed specifically for children and teenagers, and it is also intended as a diagnostic resource for health professionals.”

The launch takes places from 10.00 to 11.30am at European Parliament House, Molesworth Street. There are still a few places available so if you would like to attend please email info@migraine.ie or telephone the Migraine Helpline: 1850-200-378.  As seating is limited spaces will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.