Rare Disease and Research Seminar Programme: Understanding and Managing Behavioural Changes in Huntington’s Disease

The Programme of Rare Disease and Research mini Seminars, bringing internationally recognised experts and senior NI Clinicians together to improve practice, kicks off on 17 September at 5.30 pm in the Postgraduate Medical Lecture Theatre at Belfast City Hospital, Lisburn Road, Belfast, BT9 7AB.

Errol Walsh from HDANI, whose step daughter Rachel suffered from HD, will give the family perspective; and Prof. Jane Paulsen, from the University of Iowa, will give the keynote address on what her research has shown about understanding the behavioural changes in HD, and how best to manage these.

Dr Seamus Kearney, Consultant Neurologist at the Belfast Trust, will be setting the Northern Ireland scene, and Sorcha McGuinness, Executive Director of HDANI, will set out the Patient Organisation contribution, leading to a Panel discussion about how research findings on HD can be used to change clinical and social care practice, improving outcomes for all those affected by HD.

There’s a food and drink reception at 5.30; so please use the link below to Registerincluding giving any dietary or access requirements – so that we can make sure everyone is catered for!

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