The Irish Patients’ Association’s Mission is to keep the patient at the centre of the healthcare system. It does this by advocating for the needs of patients to be paramount while working in partnership with health providers. Through contact with patients, their families, and their carers, the Irish Patients Association (IPA) keeps abreast of ongoing and emerging patient needs. The Association addresses various committees, working groups and public bodies on behalf of patients.
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NEWS & EVENTS
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All over Ireland, you have access to safe and confidential support. The Irish Patients Association provides a setting where cancer patients can talk to each other about living with cancer.
By 2036, 1 in 5 people in Ireland will be over the age of 65. It will be of great importance to the IPA to ensure all healthcare services are operating with a preventative approach.
The IPA are here to act as a go-between for any patient or their family that feels they have not received adequate care and attention through the Irish health care system and can also put you in touch with support groups that might help.