EAI Statement, 26th September 2021

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. […]

EAI seeking board trustees

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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 […]

Board recruitment advertisement: Treasurer

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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 […]

December 2020 Webinar: Self-Care and Endometriosis

“Looking after yourself during the Holidays: Self-care and endometriosis” was a panel event which took place on 3rd December 2020. It was chaired by Lynn Enright, an Irish journalist who writes for The Irish Times, the Guardian, Vogue, Grazia and The Gloss. Her first book, Vagina: A Re-Education, was published in 2019. It won the […]

EAI presentation on gender bias in healthcare at Science Week Event 

We were invited to speak at “Bias: Gender Inequality in Healthcare and Research” on 13th November 2020. This was a Science Week event supported and developed by RCSI/Rotunda Research Department and the HRB Mother and Baby Clinical Trials Network. The event was funded by Science Foundation Ireland. Jeanne Sutton represented the EAI. As part of […]

EAI guest speaker at UCC Feminist Society 

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Back in January 2020, Jean Sutton representing the Endometriosis Association of Ireland got the train to Cork to speak at a panel event the UCC Feminist Society organised. ‘The Gender Pain Gap: Women And The Irish Healthcare System’ took place the evening of January 28th. Other speakers on the panel spoke of their personal and […]