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Here we post relevant news, announcements, updates and general information concerning chronic pain

May 9th, 2019

We recently worked with Mediaplanet on the 2019 Health News: Managing Pain campaign. A printed publication was enclosed within every copy of the Irish Independent newspaper and the content is available online at healthnews.ie The campaign featured exclusive content from key thought leaders and industry voices on how a multidisciplinary approach can help you to find the best treatment for your pain.

March 11th, 2019

March 11th to 17th is Brain Awareness Week and at today's lauch the Neurological Association of Ireland launched new research on living with a neurological condition.  The findings from their survey, based on responses from over 600 individuals with neurological conditions and family carers, highlight a “cascade of challenges” from long waiting times to get a diagnosis, struggling to access ongoing care and dealing with the impact of their condition on work, financial wellbeing and family relationships. Download the full survey report from their website at h

February 21st, 2019

35 Irish patient organisations including Chronic Pain Ireland have signed a Charter calling for greater patient involvement in the ‘Medicines Assessment & Reimbursement’ process in Ireland. The Charter calls on the government to improve the transparency, accountability and communication on how medicines are assessed & reimbursed by the State.

February 5th, 2019

Researchers in Trinity College Dublin are asking adolesents to take part in a new Irish research study which will also be compared to the findings of international studies which are currently taking place.

Worry is a natural facet of life and is a common feature for those who experience chronic pain. Few studies to date have sought to examine beliefs about worry and pain in adolescents, despite the prevalence of chronic pain.

January 5th, 2019

The Centre for Pain Research at NUI Galway is looking for amputees who suffer with chronic phantom limb pain to take part in a virtual reality-assisted clinical trial that aims to reduce phantom limb pain.

Phantom limb pain, painful sensations that feel as if they originate from a missing limb, occurs after limb amputation for 50-80% of amputees and is associated with a number of negative outcomes, such as a decline in daily activities, sleep interference and a reduction in general quality of life.

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