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‘I couldn’t believe it when I found out that there was a charity that deals with HG. I actually broke down, at last what I had seemed valid.’ - a hyperemesis gravidarum sufferer

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June 2023: Thanks to everyone who applied for Trustee roles: we will be in touch as soon as possible. If you are an obstetrician or midwife who would like to apply, please email us for details. 


Meet our current Trustees:

Sinéad Curran is a Dietitian with a focus on supporting women’s nutritional health preconception and throughout pregnancy. She has a particular interest in complex pregnancy and fertility. In her work at a large maternity hospital, she has supported women with hyperemesis for almost 20 years and recognises the severe impact of the condition on them and their families. She is honoured to be a trustee of Hyperemesis Ireland and to advocate for advances in management of HG and for support for women with HG.


Dr Aoife Ni SheaghdhaDr Aoife Ni Sheaghdha is a GP working in North Dublin and Dublin City Centre. Dr Aoife has both personal and professional experience in dealing with Hyperemesis Gravidarum and understands how difficult life as a HG sufferer can be. She is committed to supporting HG patients and their families. She is also keen to educate other Health Care Professionals about HG diagnosis and treatment, especially those involved in Primary Care.





Brian Cleary Hyperemesis IrelandBrian Cleary is a Pharmacist and Researcher with an interest in the safe and effective use of medicines in pregnancy. His research interests include epidemiological studies examining the safety of medication use in pregnancy and randomised controlled trials addressing the efficacy of medicines in maternal and newborn care. He works in a maternity hospital and is an Honorary Clinical Associate Professor in the School of Pharmacy, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.




Many thanks to our former Trustees Nicola Awford, Dr Peter Boylan, Rebecca Hegarty, Deirdre Munroe, and Stephen Vernon for their contributions since 2017.



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