CFI Annual Conference 2018

     The 2018 Cystic Fibrosis Ireland AGM & Annual Conference took  place in The Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk on the weekend of April 6th - 8th.

    The title of the conference was ‘Independent Living’ and covered a range of topics including Education, Housing and Fertility. The conference also featured updates from medical professionals on a variety of areas of interest to PWCF and their families. The conference Agenda can be viewed here. 

    The conference was live streamed on www.cfireland.ie recordings of the sessions can be viewed below. 

    Overall Progress and Next Challenges
    Philip Watt, CEO, Cystic Fibrosis Ireland

    Update on Pipeline Medications
    Professor Gerry McElvaney, Consultant Respiratory Physician, Beaumont Hospital
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    From Rescue to Prevention (Adherence & Self Management)
    Dr. Martin Wildman, Sheffield Adult Centre
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    Independent Living and CF
    Rory Tallon, CF Advocate, Cystic Fibrosis Ireland 
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    The Gastro-intestinal System and CF

    Dr. Annemarie Broderick, Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologist, Crumlin Hospital
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    The CF Patient App and Recent Developments in Paediatric Care
    Dr. Des Cox, Consultant in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine, Crumlin Hospital
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    Ministerial Address
    Minister for Health, Simon Harris, TD

    Assisted Fertility in CF
    Dr. Tim Dineen, Cork Fertility Centre 
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    Personal Reflection
    Nick Talbot, PWCF and Intrepid Explorer 
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    Project on Communication to PWCF
    Prof. John Moore & Prof. Cherie Millar, Belfast City Hospital 

    Research Update
    Tamara Vagg, Post-doctoral researcher, UCC 

    Workshop: Independent Living - Access to Education, Housing & Employment
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    This meeting has been supported by pharmaceutical companies by way of sponsorship which is limited to funding the hire of the conference venue and the provision of Cystic Fibrosis Ireland’s educational content at the meeting.