EAI Survey 2023
Endometriosis Association of Ireland
by Louise Doyle
1y ago
EAI Survey 2023 The Endometriosis Association of Ireland, EAI, are conducting a survey to gain valuable insights from current EAI members and the wider endometriosis community. The survey results will be used to assist the Board of Directors in building an action plan for the remainder of 2023 and into the future. The survey can be accessed here: click here to complete survey. It will take approximately 5 minutes to complete the survey and all answers are anonymous. The EAI would like to thank you in advance for taking the time to complete the survey, for providing valuable feedback to shape t ..read more
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EAI Directors Statement May 2023
Endometriosis Association of Ireland
by Louise Doyle
1y ago
Endometriosis Association of Ireland Board of Trustees Statement The Directors and Board of Trustees of the Endometriosis Association of Ireland have released the following statement in light of recent developments within the board. "The Endometriosis Association of Ireland (EAI) would like to acknowledge the recent criticism that has been directed towards the organisation. We are aware as the national organisation for those suffering from endometriosis and other related conditions, the standards that you expect from the EAI may not have been met. The EAI is a fully volunteer led charitable or ..read more
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Endometriosis Awareness Month 2023
Endometriosis Association of Ireland
by Louise Doyle
1y ago
Endometriosis Awareness Month 2023 Endometriosis Awareness Month is observed every March, with events to educate and promote awareness of endometriosis taking place all over the world. Employment Law Guide This year, the Endometriosis Association of Ireland kicked off #EndoMarch with the launch of our Employment Law Guide for people living with Endometriosis. The genesis of the guide was in response to the many emails the EAI receives from people with employment-related queries, and how employment law applies to those with endometriosis. We worked with one of Ireland’s leading law firms to com ..read more
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2023 Endometriosis Information Day
Endometriosis Association of Ireland
by Louise Doyle
1y ago
This year's online Endometriosis Information Day takes place on Saturday 25th March 2023 with expert speakers and more. Register here to attend. 12pm: Dr. Alison DeMaio & Yvonne Counihan TBC 1pm: Dian Shepperson Mills TBC 2pm: Prof. David Finn Cannabinoids and Pain: Implications for Endometriosis More details coming soon! Don't miss the 2023 Endometriosis Info Day - Click here to register. The post 2023 Endometriosis Information Day appeared first on Endometriosis Association of Ireland ..read more
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VHI Women’s Mini Marathon 2022
Endometriosis Association of Ireland
by Louise Doyle
2y ago
Join the EAI team at the VHI Women's Mini Marathon 2022.   Join the Endometriosis Association of Ireland on Sunday June 5th at the VHI Women's Mini Marathon. Make sure to register your fundraiser event with our iDonate page here. You can find more information about VHIWMM and their causes and charities here. Contact info@endo.ie to get your t-shirt for the day. The post VHI Women’s Mini Marathon 2022 appeared first on Endometriosis Association of Ireland ..read more
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Protected: 2022 Endometriosis Information Day
Endometriosis Association of Ireland
by Roisin Carroll
2y ago
This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below: Password: The post Protected: 2022 Endometriosis Information Day appeared first on Endometriosis Association of Ireland ..read more
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EAI Statement, 26th September 2021
Endometriosis Association of Ireland
by Jeanne Sutton
3y ago
The Endometriosis Association of Ireland experienced a sudden loss of two board members in April this year. As a result, although the organisation has continued to fulfil its charitable purposes, as outlined in the EAI constitution, during the summer, some areas of support which members and followers have a right to expect, have been lacking. It meant that during those months, 28 emails of the 222 personal queries received between the start of the year and 5th September, had not been replied to by that date. No posts were made on social media between June and 5th September, and there has been ..read more
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EAI seeking board trustees: social media, fundraising, website management and media relations roles available
Endometriosis Association of Ireland
by Jeanne Sutton
3y ago
The EAI is a small, dynamic volunteer charity at an exciting and pivotal point in its growth. We provide information and support for people affected by endometriosis and related conditions in Ireland, through services including an annual information day, small support group meetings, information leaflets, email correspondence and members' forum and newsletters. We also support research into endometriosis and its impact on people's lives and we provide information and member contact for media outlets. We maintain ongoing contact with and constantly learn from our colleagues in endomet ..read more
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Dr Zsuzsanna Kovács – Endometriosis Research Update
Endometriosis Association of Ireland
by Bébhinn NicLiam
3y ago
Dr Zsuzsanna Kovács is a member of the GlycoScience Group and a participant in the Glycomendo project under the leadership of Dr Radka Fahey. In clinical collaboration with the Merrion Fertility Clinic, Glycomendo attempts to identify tractable, non-invasive clinical biomarkers for the detection of endometriosis. The project had a busy, but successful spring. Glycomendo presented its findings in poster presentations at two virtual international conferences and the work generated great interest. These conferences were the 68th Annual Meeting of the Society for Reproductive Investigation between ..read more
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Board recruitment advertisement: Treasurer
Endometriosis Association of Ireland
by Jeanne Sutton
3y ago
The Endometriosis Association of Ireland (EAI) is looking for a Treasurer. This is a voluntary board position. You will be working closely with the board in keeping the accounts up to date, helping to prepare annual budgets and providing monthly reports at board meetings. The EAI is a small, dynamic volunteer charity at an exciting and pivotal point in its growth. We provide information and support for people affected by endometriosis and related conditions in Ireland, through services including an annual information day, small support group meetings, information leaflets, email corr ..read more
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