Date(s) - 09/08/2017 - 09/09/2017
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Carlton Airport Hotel, Dublin
You are invited to the Carlton Airport Hotel on Saturday, September 9th 2017 for a day packed with information and support for those living with endometriosis, their families and friends.
Topics covered on the day will include endometriosis treatments and options, self-management techniques, coping skills, relationships, diet and nutrition, exercise with endometriosis, pelvic physiotherapy, infertility, mindfulness and current endometriosis research.
This is a full day of information and practical tips on how to live a positive life when diagnosed with endometriosis. Learn more about your condition and meet others who are managing their endometriosis in various ways. We hope to have a therapy room on the day with a selection of treatments available for our attendees.
The EAI are proud to present a full line up (to be announced in the coming week) that is headed by Heather Guidone, Surgical Program Director at the Centre for Endometriosis Care, Atlanta. Heather’s approach to endometriosis is from both a personal and professional background. She provides an excellent insight into the condition and empowers individuals and organisations worldwide.
As always, everyone is welcome – you do not need to be diagnosed or a member of the EAI to attend. EAI members receive a discount on their ticket(s). Tickets are non refundable but can be transferred by arrangement, unused tickets are treated as a donation to the EAI.
Full details of the agenda to follow. Lunch will not be provided, but options are available within the Carlton Hotel, adjacent hotels/shop and the airport.
This is the 30th Anniversary of the Endometriosis Association of Ireland – help us to make this year our biggest information day to date!
Endometriosis Information Day 2017
September 9th Carlton Airport Hotel, Dublin
ROOM 1 (Collinstown 2)
0930 – Registration
1000 – Kathleen King, Chairperson EAI Introduction and Welcome
1030 – Heather Guidone, Center for Endometriosis Care, Atlanta. Endometriosis: Applying Modern Concepts to an Age Old Disease
1130 – Charlie Barr, EAI. What Can I Do To Help? (Supporting those with endometriosis)
1145 – Prof Andrew Horne, University of Edinburgh. Endometriosis Research
1215 – LUNCH Return at 1330
|Time||Room 1 (Collinstown 2)||Room 2 (Boeing Suite)|
Self Management Tips
|Dr John Waterstone
Cork Fertility Centre
Positive Mental Health
Mindfulness for Chronic Pain
|Sarah Louise Moloney
Exercise and Endometriosis
Room 1 (Collinstown 2)
1600 – Tea/Coffee Break
1615 – Heather Guidone Endometriosis: Forging the Path to Better Care
1645 – Kathleen King – Closing address.
1700 – Close
Room 3 (Canary Suite)
Therapy room – treatments by appointment. Bookings will be taken on Saturday morning.
Travel North onto O’Connell Street passing the General Post Office on your left. At the top of O’Connell Street, turn left on to Parnell Square South, then left on to Parnell Square West. At the traffic signals turn right onto Dorset Street Upper – N1 Signposted Belfast. Continue forward onto the M1. Stay in left hand lane signposted M1, Airport Swords. At the airport roundabout take the 1st exit sign posted Santry. The hotel is located after the 3rd set of traffic signals on the right.
Travelling Northbound on the M50 branch left signposted M1, Belfast, Airport, then join the M1 motorway. After just over one mile take the left hand lane signposted M1, Airport Swords. At the airport roundabout take the 1st exit sign posted Santry. The hotel is located after the 3rd set of traffic signals on the right.
Travelling Southbound on the M1 take the exit for Dublin Airport. At the Airport roundabout take the first exit. The hotel is located immediately after the third set of traffic lights on the right.
Dublin has an array of ground transport options to transfer you to wherever you want to go.
Local bus lines 747 and 748 run every 15 to 30 minutes from the Airport to Dublin’s main train stations at Connolly and Heuston.
You can also travel between the airport and Dublin on local bus lines 16A, 41 A/B/C and 46X. Timetables, Route Planners and Real Time information can be found on DublinBus.ie.
Taxis are available outside the airport and take approximately 20 minutes to reach the centre of Dublin. If you wish to take one from the hotel, please ask at reception and we would be delighted to order one for you.
The hotel’s courtesy airport shuttle runs 24 hours a day between the hotel and passenger terminal.
Aircoach bus service runs from the Airport to Dublin’s city centre, South Dublin, Belfast & Cork. Travellers can purchase one-way tickets directly from the driver for €7 or online at a discounted rate. This service stops at all the city’s most popular tourist attractions.
Bookings are closed for this event.