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ICHN 25 Year Celebration Conference

Celebrating 25 years : ICHN Conference September 2010
Saturday, 18 September 2010
It will be in The Grand Hotel, in Malahide for a wonderful celebration of 25 Years since the Institute of Community Health Nursing was formed. The programme, topics and speakers have been carefully chosen by the Insititute to provide an overall view of Public Health Nursing and Nursing in the Community as it moves onwards and upwards.

The Council members, Mary O Dowd, Professional Development Officer for the ICHN look forward to welcoming you all to the Celebrations.

See www.ichn.ie for more details


Grainne Lynch
Conference Co-ordinator
76 Torcaill
Portmarnock
Co Dublin
085 1705005
ichnconference@gmail.com

DARE and HEAR Application Advice Clinics for Leaving Cert Students

 
Email Address:
lia.osullivan@iua.ie
 
Website:

www.accesscollege.ie
 


A one day event held in locations nationwide to assist leaving cert students in making their applications to the Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) and the Disability Access Route to Education (DARE). For locations and times see accesscollege.ie

DARE and HEAR Application Advice Clinics for Leaving Cert Students



 
Email Address:

lia.osullivan@iua.ie

Website:

www.accesscollege.ie
 


A one day event held in locations nationwide to assist leaving cert students in making their applications to the Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) and the Disability Access Route to Education (DARE). For locations and times see accesscollege.ie

What Price Mental health?, The Value of Recovery

Email Address:
conference@shineonline.ie
 
Website:

www.shineonline.ie
 
All Ireland Mental Health conference hosted by Shine in conjunction with Mindwise at the Radisson Blu Hotel Dublin Airport. This two day conference will explore issues of Criminal Justice, Stigma, Early Intervention and Recovery and will include plenary sessions and workshops. Open to residential and day attenders

The National Day of Volunteering

As a Volunteer Centres Ireland initiative, the National Day of Volunteering is that one day of the year when everyone in Ireland is encouraged to give volunteering a go, to show that - even for a minute, an hour, a day - volunteering can make a big difference and be a lot of fun. Now in its fourth year, the National Day of Volunteering 2010 will take place on Friday, 1st October, and promises to be bigger than ever, building on the success of last year when more than 4,000 people got involved, volunteering in more than 170 projects across the 26 counties. This year, we are going to double participation and really make a difference to communities all across Ireland. The National Day of Volunteering belongs to everyone, no matter who you are or where you live. Whether it's painting a community hall, giving blood, coaching a local sports team, or committing a random act of volunteering, everyone has something to offer. Volunteering benefits everyone and makes us stronger.

Email Address:
taylor@volunteer.ie
 
Website:

http://volunteer.ie/

World Heart Day Walks - Irish Heart Foundation

Email Address:
aoleary@irishheart.ie
 


 
 

Start of Heart Month-Go Red For Women-Irish Heart Foundation

Start of Heart Month-Go Red For Women-Irish Heart Foundation

 

Email Address:
aoleary@irishheart.ie

Launch of Heart Month -Irish Heart Foundation

The launch of Heart Month - Irish Heart Foundation.

 

Email Address:
aoleary@irishheart.ie

NCBI's National Spex Day

Email Address:
spexday@ncbi.ie

Website:

www.spexday.ie www.ncbi.ie

Description:
Raising awarenexx about vision impairments and promoting the wearing of perscribed glasses in primary schools throughout the country.
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