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COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Information from across government

Department of Health (Republic of Ireland) Coronavirus, COVID-19, Communicable Disease 1. Daily government briefing 2. National-level plans and developments 3. Information for businesses 4. Information for childcare providers 5. Information on the communi ...

Analysis of confirmed cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Ireland

Department of Health (Republic of Ireland) Coronavirus, COVID-19, Communicable Disease Analysis on confirmed cases is available. Click here for latest updates on case numbers. Research and Evaluation Report ...

An analysis of the 4,443 cases of COVID-19 in Ireland (as of Friday 3 April 2020)

Department of Health (Republic of Ireland) Coronavirus, COVID-19, Communicable Disease The data from HPSC, as of midnight, Friday 3rd April 2020 (4,443 cases), reveals:    47%are male and 53% are female, with 236 clusters involving 903 cases    the median ...

COVID-19 and violence against women What the health sector/system can do

World Health Organization (WHO) Violence, Women Violence against women remains a major global public health and women’s health threat during emergencies • Violence against women is highly prevalent. Intimate partner violence is the most common form of vio ...

TILDA REPORT TO INFORM DEMOGRAPHICS FOR OVER 50s IN IRELAND FOR COVID-19 CRISIS

10.38018/TildaRe.2020-00 Kenny, R.A., Hernández, B., O'Halloran, A., Moriarty, F. & McGarrigle, C, TILDA Team Coronavirus, COVID-19, Communicable Disease TILDA is a Longitudinal Study on Ageing, which at wave 1 (2009) represented 1:156 people age ...

Reducing alcohol related harm in Ireland

10.14655/11971-1084879 The Institute of Public Health in Ireland Alcohol Key milestones in public health policy and legislation aimed at reducing alcohol related harms in Ireland Alcohol is not an ordinary commodity and has significant public health impli ...

Monitoring alcohol strategy- learning from the Scottish experience- Outcomes of a Knowledge Exchange Forum hosted by the North South Alcohol Policy Advisory Group

10.14655/11971-1084878 The Institute of Public Health in Ireland Alcohol In May 2019, the North South Alcohol Policy Advisory Group (NSAPAG) convened a knowledge exchange forum in Belfast. This day-long event brought together academics, policy makers, cli ...

Ageing and Public Health- Ireland and Northern Ireland: An overview of key statistics- Executive Summary

The Institute of Public Health in Ireland Ageing, Older People Research and Evaluation Report www.publichealth.ie © public 1 January 2020 Report Institute of Public Health No ...

Ageing and Public Health- Ireland and Northern Ireland: An overview of key statistics

The Institute of Public Health in Ireland Ageing, Older People Research and Evaluation Report www.publichealth.ie © public 1 January 2020 Report Institute of Public Health No ...

Myths of the Irish Crisis: April 2011

TASC Economics, Employment Equality think-tank TASC today released  Myths of the Irish Crisis: Wages and Competitiveness, a discussion paper by TASC economist Tom McDonnell examining two distinct but related claims. First that Ireland lost competitiveness ...

Thinkpiece: Social Enterprise – An overlooked approach to promoting sustainable economic recovery

Doyle, G. and Lalor, T. Debt,Income, Mortgage, Household First Thinkpiece on social enterprise by Gerard Doyle and Tanya Lalor. Research and Evaluation Report https://www.tasc.ie/publications/thinkpiece-social-enterprise-an-overlooked-approac/ © public 1 ...

The Solidarity Factor: Public Responses to Economic Inequality in Ireland- TASC Survey 2010

TASC Inequality, Economics, Society The 2010 Solidarity Factor is launched, incorporating responses to TASC's 2010 Equality Survey. Results also show that 16 per cent favour raising minimum wage, 29 per cent favour establishing maximum wage and 49 pe ...

The Role of Access to Information in Ireland's Democracy

TASC Society, Politics, Democracy This paper, authored by Dr Nat O’Connor, restate the case for strong laws to enforce the public’s right to know what government and public bodies are doing. Secret government, hidden information and blanket confidentialit ...

Mapping the Golden Circle

TASC Business, Companies This report tested the question whether a small number of interconnected businesspeople operated at the apex of Irish business during the boom years 2005-2007. Mapping the Golden Circle reveals the extent of the network of directo ...

Failed Design: Ireland's Finance Acts and their Role in the Crisis

TASC Economic inequality, Jobs, Employmeny Following a presentation by TASC Head of Policy Sinead Pentony and Policy Analyst Nat O'Connor, Fr Sean Healy of Social Justice Ireland gave a response to the document... Speaking before the launch, TASC Dir ...

The health system response to violence against women in the WHO European Region: a baseline assessment (2019)

World Health Organization (WHO) Violence, Women This report provides a baseline assessment of how violence against women is addressed in national health systems in the WHO European Region, in line with commitments made by Member States of the WHO European ...

Exploring Household Debt in Ireland: The Burden of Non-Mortgage Debt & Opportunities to Support Low-Income Household

Lajoie, A. Debt,Income, Mortgage, Household This report scrutinises the policy and social context of non-mortgage household debt in Ireland – and specifically problem debt faced by low-income Irish households. Problem debt or over-indebtedness occurs when ...

Medical Cannabis Access Programme

Department of Health (Republic of Ireland) Cannabis, Substance Misuse On 26th June 2019, the Minister for Health signed legislation to allow for the operation of the Medical Cannabis Access Programme on a pilot basis for five years. The Programme will fac ...

Framework for response to the use of illicit substances within higher education. Based on the report of the Rapid Response Group (RRG) on Use of Illicit Substances within Higher Education.

Department of Education and Skills Education, Alcohol, Substance Misuse, Drugs Core actions recommended for higher education institutions In order to reduce the number of students who decide to use drugs and reduce the harm experienced by those students w ...

Cancer in Ireland 1994- 2017 with Estimates for 2017- 2019

National Cancer Registry Ireland Cancer T he National Ca ncer Registry is now in its 26 th year of data- collection, having begun registration of cancers and related tumours in 1994. Over this time the registry has provided surveillance of trends in cance ...

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