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As a proud member of the Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI), Chronic Pain Ireland alongside all other members of the NAI will be supporting Brain Awareness Week.
There are over 800,000 people living with a neurological condition in Ireland. Brain Awareness Week aims to promote greater awareness and understanding of the brain and neurological conditions whilst also highlighting the need for more investment in services, research and prevention.
EXAMINING THE BENEFIT OF MUSIC AND MUSIC THERAPY FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH CHRONIC PAIN
AN IRISH RESEARCH COUNCIL FUNDED (NEW FOUNDATIONS) PROJECT
In 2019 researchers at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance led innovative research exploring the potential of music to assist people living with chronic pain to improve their health and well-being.
The Neurological Alliance of Ireland, the national umbrella for neurological charities, is seeking responses to their new online survey.
Societal Impact of Pain Irish Chapter
Chronic Pain Ireland is part of the alliance between the Irish Pain Society, the Faculty of Pain Medicine, CAI, to establish a Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) chapter in Ireland, one of eight SIP national platforms in Europe.
November is International Nerve Pain Awareness Month for people living with Neuropathic Pain. The campaign uses NERVEmber™ to create awareness for over 150 conditions that have nerve pain as a symptom. The International Pain Foundation host the OFFICIAL NERVEmber™ campaign every year and since it’s inception tens of thousands of nerve pain patients and organisations have signed on to help promote NERVEmber™. Chronic Pain Ireland is proud to support and be a partner of this Campaign.