World Brain Day 2022

World Brain Day takes place on July 22nd and the theme this year is 'Brain Health For All'.


Awareness: Brain health is vital for mental, social, and physical wellbeing

Prevention: Many brain diseases are preventable

Advocacy: Global efforts are required for optimal brain health

Education: Education for all is key for brain health

Access: Equitable access to resources, treatment, and rehabilitation is essential for brain health


Our 2022 plans will be released over the next few weeks. Until then, check out the full details below for World Brain Day 2021

On World Brain Day, the Neurological Alliance of Ireland launch a new report "Looking Beyond COVID-19: Embracing Digital Solutions for Neurological Care"

The report is available to downloaded HERE


World Brain Day Free Webinar:  Looking Beyond COVID-19: The Future of Neurological Care

Our webinar on World Brain Day is a timely reflection on the state of neurological care in Ireland reflecting on the COVID-19 pandemic as a potential catalyst for change, as well as examining the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. This webinar is open to all.

Click HERE to register your place.

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World Brain Day 2021 Theme

World Brain Day takes place on July 22nd 2021 and our theme this year is Looking Beyond COVID-19: The Future of Neurological Care

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Share ONE WORD that sums up how you would like your future neurology care to change after COVID-19, using the hashtag #EMBRACECHANGE 

All WORDS  shared will be launched as part of the NAI World Brain Day webinar .

Let's start sharing, let's look to the future and let's embrace change.



NAI Report Launching World Brain Day: Embracing Digital Solutions to Neurological Care

On World Brain Day, the NAI will launch a report which examines the experience of online service provision within neurological care services in response to COVID19. This publication brings together a series of investigations and discussions with stakeholders to reflect on the learning involved and to draw potential lessons for the delivery of neurological care going forward. 

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Join The Conversation on World Brain Day

When posting material on social media in the lead up to and throughout World Brain Day (July 22nd 2021), please use #WBD2021 #EMBRACECHANGE

Let's get trending!

PLEASE TAG Neurological Alliance Of Ireland on Facebook (@naiireland), Twitter (@naiireland) and Instagram (@nai_ireland) when posting material in the run up to and throughout World Brain Day.


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