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FibroIreland has been created for people affected by fibromyalgia. It provides general information to help you understand how fibromyalgia affects you and what you can do to manage it. It also tells you where to find further information. For information on support groups please go to the support page or click here.
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• Listen with empathy to your experience of FM
• Make FM better understood
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• Support those caring for people with FM
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Trinity Fibro/ME group - Thursday 26th Jan Speaker meeting on Research into Fibromyalgia
Thursday 26th Jan
Time: 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Venue: The Maxwell theatre on first floor of the Hamilton Building in Trinity College Dublin
Patricia Darcy from NUI Galway did her masters in health psychology. She will give a summary of the research findings on the on the role of environmental factors and stress on health and wellbeing in adults with Fibromyalgia.
Caroline Bergin-McLoughlin did her PhD on a piece of research into Fibromyalgia at the Centre for Psychological Health at Trinity College Dublin. She will give a summary of the research findings on Maintaining Wellness in Fibromyalgia - WRAP intervention.
Ciara O' Higgins is a PhD student at TCD who is researching cancer-related fatigue, and currently recruiting CFS volunteers. Please note this only applies to people with CFS or ME NOT Fibromyalgia.
Booking is essential: To book a place please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or text 087 997 6252
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