Narcolepsy Ireland News
In Narcolepsy Ireland we are so grateful to anyone that helps out in anyway. Caroline is very artistic and creative but it goes without saying that she is extremely kind and generous.
She contacted us to say she would like to help raise funds for narcolepsy Ireland by selling her bespoke designed dream journals, all unique and beautiful.
Marie.s generous contribution will support Narcolepsy Ireland in working towards these goals. On behalf of Narcolepsy Ireland we would like to thank Marie for her kind and generous donation of €305 .
The EU-NN narcolepsy event has become a unique opportunity for scientists, patients, physicians and healthcare professionals to receive updates and exchange ideas and experiences.
NARCOLEPSY AND ITS BORDERLAND was the topic of this years event which took place on the 18th and 19th of May in Bern University Hospital, Inselspital.
We just celebrated our 7th annual Suddenly Sleepy Saturday Narcolepsy Awareness Day on Saturday March 9th. The support continues as our narcolepsy family grows larger and this was clear to see in a packed room of people with narcolepsy and their loved ones at the Red Cow Hotel.
We are proud to announce that Narcolepsy Ireland has now been recognised as a fully registered charity. This has taken many years of hard work to accomplish with the help of many people along the way. A special word of thanks to Philip McComiskey for his dedication in getting it over the line.
Project Sleep is excited to announce that it has come together with 21 other organizations around the world to establish World Narcolepsy Day. This ground-breaking day, which will take place on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019, will be dedicated to raising critical awareness for narcolepsy on a global scale.
World Sleep 2019 is a full scientific congress on sleep medicine and research taking place from September 20-25, 2019 in Vancouver, Canada. Our sleep congresses bring sleep professionals from more than 75 countries together to advance sleep health worldwide. The congress will feature the most current, world-class scientific content in the field of sleep medicine and research.
The 10th European Narcolepsy Day, which returns to Switzerland 9 years after the first event took place in Lugano in 2010.
The EU-NN is a non-profit organization whose mission is to increase public awareness about narcolepsy and related diseases and to support initiatives in research, education and management to improve the quality of life for all affected persons. Over the years the EUNN narcolepsy day has become a unique opportunity for scientists, patients, physicians and healthcare professionals to receive updates and exchange ideas and experiences.