IPH news

18 Feb 2016 | News

The Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) hosted a participative seminar “Health Protection Inequalities” on Thursday, 18 February 2016 at the Clayton Hotel, 22 - 26 Ormeau Avenue, Belfast. A selection of images and presentations from the event is available here.

9 Feb 2016 | News

The Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) will host an all-island conference Knowledge 4 Health on Wednesday 25th May at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin (10am - 4pm)

2 Feb 2016 | News

JA-CHRODIS will host its 2nd General Assembly and Stakeholders Forums in Madrid (Spain) on 2-5 February 2016. Public Health Development Officer Olga Cleary will be representing IPH at the 3rd JA-CHRODIS Stakeholders Forum.

27 Jan 2016 | News

IPH welcomes the launch (26 January 2016) of Northern Ireland's Active Ageing Strategy 2016-2021.

27 Jan 2016 | News

ROI Minister for Health launches first national maternity strategy (27 January 2016). The strategy is a roadmap for the improvement of maternity services over the next ten years. IPH developed the report on the consultation process for the strategy.

20 Jan 2016 | News

IPH welcomes launch of new Health Research Board Strategy #hrbplan2020

18 Jan 2016 | News

IPH welcomes a comprehensive package of new measures to improve road safety has been passed by the Northern Ireland Assembly (14 January 2016).

18 Jan 2016 | News

IPH welcomes the publication of ROI’s first National Physical Activity Plan ( 14 January 2016) which aims to get at least half a million more Irish people taking regular exercise within ten years. €5.5 million has been ring fenced to implement the plan.

15 Jan 2016 | News

The Department of Education and Skills (Ireland) is the latest partner to join The Health Well.

13 Jan 2016 | News

IPH in partnership with Belfast Food Network hosted a meeting (Monday 11 January 2016) which provided an opportunity for over 40 delegates to learn about the Belfast Food Network; Church Action on Poverty and The Fabian Commission on Food and Poverty and consider how best to move beyond food banks.


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