Clontarf Castle, Dublin. 5/6 June 2012
Half day Tuesday 5th June – protection & prevention tips, plus tick-borne infections in animals
Full day Wednesday 6th June – lyme disease in humans including testing, treatment & research
Clontarf Castle, Dublin (close to the airport, city centre, motorways & ferry terminals)
The conference will be suited to the following audience:
Tuesday session – members of the public who enjoy walking, camping or hunting, pet owners, farmers, park rangers & vets
Wednesday session – patients of diagnosed or suspected tick-borne diseases, doctors, nurses & interested scientists
TOPICS OF PRESENTATIONS:
Afternoon Tuesday 5th June:
Jenny O’Dea: Lyme Disease in the UK & Ireland – results of our tick studies & plus methods of protection
Dr Healy: The Factors Influencing the Density and Distribution in Space and Time of the Tick Ixodes ricinus
Dr Paul Nolan (GP, Ireland): Prevention is better than no cure
Jyotsna Shah (Igenex, USA): A comprehensive approach for diagnosis of Lyme and associated Diseases
Mícheál Casey (Head of Regional Vet Labs): An overview of tick-borne disease in Irish farm animals
All day Wednesday 6th June:
Dr Joseph Jemsek: – Dawn of a New Paradigm in Chronic Illness – The role & relevance of Lyme Borreliosis Complex
Dr Eva Sapi: – Killing Borrelia – is it possible?
Dr Armin Schwarzbach: Staging processes in the laboratory diagnosis of Lyme and co-infections by indirect laboratory tests
Dr Jean Monro – Supportive therapies for the Nervous System
Kate Bloor: An online survey of Lyme patient’s experience of health care in the UK and Eire
Nicola Darrell: Herbal Treatments for Lyme Disease – a look at treatment for lyme & management of post lyme symptoms
Please note that space will be allocated to allow for questions & answers
To reserve your ticket for the Lyme Conference go to:Conference Reservation
We also welcome exhibitors & sponsors, more information available on the link above.
Please note to avail of the early bird special (a saving of 5 euros per person) bookings must be received by 31st March 2012
Half Day Tuesday 5th June: registration begins at 1pm, conference runs from 1.30 to 5pm = 20.00 Euro (*price will rise to 25.00 from 1st April) – coffees are included in the price
Full Day Wednesday 6th June: registration begins at 9am, conference runs from 9.30 to 5pm = 40.00 Euro (*price will rise to 45.00 from 1st April) – coffees & buffet lunch are included in the price
Both Days (afternoon 5th June / all day 6th June): registration & conference times above are applicable = 50.00 Euro (*price will rise to 55.00 from 1st April) – coffees both days & buffet lunch on Wednesday are included in the price
For payments by cheque or money order please contact us for address details.
*Please retain your paypal receipt to show on arrival*
Clontarf Castle has offered a rate of 109 per room (single) & 119 per room (double). To obtain this rate please quote the ref code: TICK TALK IRELAND – Valid until 4th March (now extended until March 18th) 2012 (for more choices on accommodation please click here)
Price includes 4ft table, coffee & wed buffet lunch (where applicable). Max 2 per table booked. 50% deposit payable now, remainder due 31st March 2012.
Please click here to download exhibitor’s booking form, more details are included on the form.
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Clontarf Castle has offered a rate of 109 per room (single) & 119 per room (double). To obtain this rate please quote the ref code: TICK TALK IRELAND – Valid until 4th March 2012.
Other hotels in the area:
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