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MS in the Media and Entertainment

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This week, Katie St Lawrence considers how MS is communicated. What is the impact of celebrity diagnoses, how do soap operas handle the complexities of living with the illness and how will the coverage of Selma Blair post-Oscars impact people with MS? Read on for her take on it all.  I will...

Published by Katie St Lawrence on Thursday February 28 2019 01:00 PM

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Rural Life with MS

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This week Niamh McCarron writes on the joys of rural living and how her life, and access to medical services, has changed since moving to Dublin city.  Life with a long-term illness like MS is a balancing act. As time goes on, I’ve learned that I need to balance work with rest and for...

Published by Niamh McCarron on Thursday February 21 2019 11:00 AM

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Charter for Patient Involvement in Medicines Assessment & Reimbursement

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MS Ireland is a proud signatory of the new ‘Charter for Patient Involvement in Medicines Assessment & Reimbursement’ which is published today Wednesday, 20th February 2019. The development of this Charter for Patient Involvement is an important milestone for IPPOSI. As a patient-...

Published by IPPOSI/MS Ireland on Wednesday February 20 2019 09:00 AM

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Brain Awareness Week

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New website launch  Neurological Alliance Ireland (NAI) have launched a new website as part of the Love Your Brain campaign. The campaign aims to promote greater awareness and understanding of the brain and brain conditions as well as the need for more investment in services, research, and ...

Published by NAI/MS Ireland on Monday February 18 2019 11:08 AM

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MS and Romance

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On this Valentine’s Day when many of us choose to celebrate romantic love, Christina McDonald and Niall McGahon give us their take on MS and Romance.  Christina We see it all around us.  On the streets, in movies and in songs, love and romance. They are everyone’s desire a...

Published by Christina McDonald and Niall McGahon on Thursday February 14 2019 11:00 AM

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Parental Self-Efficacy

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Research Request What is Parental self-efficacy? Parental self-efficacy describes the beliefs one has of their ability to manage and perform the role of parenting successfully. Who is carrying out this study? Rachel Mc Laughlin is a 4th-year Occupational Therapy student in NUI Galway. This re...

Published by Rachel Mc Laughlin 4th-year Occupational Therapy student in NUI Galway. on Wednesday February 13 2019 09:17 AM

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