Arthritis information evening and public consultation to be held in Thurles
14 October 2019
An information evening and public consultation for people living with arthritis in Tipperray will take place in Thurles on Wednesday 16 October.
Experiences of living with rheumatoid arthritis collected in new book
13 September 2019
A book featuring first-hand, personal accounts of living with rheumatoid arthritis, an incurable autoimmune disease that affects 45,000 people in Ireland, is published this week.
Rena Buckley launches Team Arthritis Ireland for The Echo Women's Mini Marathon
13 August 2019
Cork sporting legend and physiotherapist, Rena Buckley, has launched Team Arthritis Ireland for The Echo Women's Mini Marathon.
Arthritis Ireland receives €260,000 to support community activities
31 May 2019
Arthritis Ireland has been awarded €260,436 by Pobal on behalf of the Departmnet of Rural and Community Affairs to supporet its community activities.
Public vote to name human gene launched
21 February 2019
A public vote to name a human gene that controls inflammation and tissue damage in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and other inflammatory diseases has been launched.
Arthritis Ireland welcomes publication of Model of Care for Rheumatology
25 October 2018
Arthritis Ireland has welcomed publication of the Model of Care for Rheumatology in Ireland, which it describes as a "significant step forward" for the one million people living with arthritis in this country".
Awareness campaign about rheumatoid arthritis lauched
10 September 2018
A campaign to raise awareness of rheumatoid arthritis (RA), an autoimmune disease that affects 45,000 people in Ireland is launched today by Arthritis Ireland.
Arthritis Ireland receives grant to support inner city communities
30 September 2018
Arthritis Ireland has secured a grant from the Hospital Saturday Fund to deliver self-management and exercise programmes to hard to reach populations in the inner city.
Urgent investment required in paediatric rheumatology
9 April 2018
Urgent investment is needed in paediatric rheumatology services to meet the needs of 1,200 children and young people living with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) in Ireland.
Arthritis Ireland appoints new CEO
19 February 2018
Arthritis Ireland has announced the appointment of Gráinne O'Leary as its new chief executive officer.
Information evening on rheumatoid arthritis to be held in Dublin
An information evening on living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) will be held in Dublin on Monday 23 October. The event is organised by Arthritis Ireland and supported by MSD Ireland.
New Chair and President of Arthritis Ireland appointed
Arthritis Ireland has announced the appointment of Seoirse Smith as its new chair. He succeeds John O’Flynn, who has been elected president of the organisation.