IPH Publications

1 Jun 2008

This report is an account of the work of the Institute of Public Health in Ireland and how it has developed over the past ten years.

5 Jan 2008

This research was commissioned by Derry Well Woman and carried out on its behalf by the Institute of Public Health in Ireland in association with the Institute for Conflict Research and Rethink.

The research had two distinct aims:

1 Dec 2007

A report presenting evidence to demonstrate the effect of fuel poverty on the health and wellbeing of people in Ireland and Northern Ireland.  Consideration is given to the implications for policy and practice in both jurisdictions.

1 Dec 2007

The Research and Development Office for Health and Personal Social Services in Northern Ireland funded the Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) to undertake research into partnerships between 2003 and 2006, as part of their New Targeting Social Need programme.

The aim of the research was to identify the impacts of multisectoral partnerships, how they can be measured, and what contribution they make to tackling inequalities in health. 

1 Dec 2007

The Research and Development Office for Health and Personal Social Services in Northern Ireland funded the Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) to undertake research into partnerships between 2003 and 2006, as part of their New Targeting Social Need programme.

The aim of the research was to identify the impacts of multisectoral partnerships, how they can be measured, and what contribution they make to tackling inequalities in health. 

1 Sep 2007

The All-Ireland Health Data Inventory. Part 1 is a catalogue of key sources of health data in the Republic and Northern Ireland. It includes relevant datasets from the major information reviews, conducted in the North and South, in the past few years.

Information is essential for informed decision making and service provision. This inventory draws together information sources to facilitate such decision making.

1 Jul 2007

The Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) is a partner in the European project DETERMINE, building on its previous involvement in the Closing the Gap project in 2004-2006.

In the first year of the project (2007-2008) 15 DETERMINE partners identified policies and actions that have taken place within countries, and at the EU level, to address Social Determinants of Health Inequalities. These policies and actions were identified via a questionnaire, which also identified structures and tools/mechanisms being used in the country to support a 'health in all policy' approach.

17 Jun 2007

This Evaluation Report represents the final phase of the HIA of Traffic and Transport in Ballyfermot, Dublin, examining the process, impact and outcomes of the HIA. The evaluation was conducted between November 2006 and June 2007.  It utilized a qualitative methodological framework, comprising in-depth interviewing and content analysis.

Published by: 
Department of Health Promotion, National University of Ireland, Galway.

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