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Smoke-free spaces on the the island of Ireland- Snapshot Report

10.14655/11971-1073196 Institute of Public Health in Ireland tobacco, smoke free, second hand smoke, smoking Reducing second-hand smoke (SHS) exposure has become a central component of tobacco control policies across the island of Ireland. The expansion o ...

Conference 2012: Reaching Children's Outcomes: An All-Island Approach

10.14655/485947-499857 Children's Research Network All presentations from the Conference 2012 present Presentations from the inaugural conference of the Children's Research Network for Ireland and Northern Ireland, 26th September 2012.   Fuel Po ...

All-Island Generation capacity Statement 2013- 2022

EirGrid and SONI Electricity demand, Capacity The Generation Capacity Statement outlines the expected electricity demand and levels of generation capacity available over the next 10 years in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and on an all-island b ...

IPH Response to Draft planning policy statement 18 Renewable energy- March 2008

10.14655/20080015 Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) Renewable energy IPH welcomes the Planning Policy Statement 18 Renewable Energy (PPS18) and the opportunity to comment on the publication.   IPH applies a holistic model of health which emphasi ...

IPH response to Northern Ireland Utility Regulator's Social Action Plan 2009-2014

10.14655/20090024 Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) Fuel poverty, Damp, Living conditions, Energy efficiency IPH welcomes the Regulator’s Social Action Plan as one of a range of policy measures needed to tackle escalating fuel poverty in Norther ...

IPH response to Department, Trade and Investment (NI) draft strategic energy framework

10.14655/20090012 Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) Energy Framework The draft Framework set out the proposed priorities for Northern Ireland's energy future over the next ten years or so and illustrates the key energy goals in term of comp ...

IPH response to Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Consultation- National Energy Retrofit Programme

10.14655/20100015 Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) Energy saving, Heating, Living conditions In 2011, the National Energy Retrofit Programme will build upon existing energy saving programmes in both the domestic and non-domestic sectors.  This ...

IPH response to DSD Consultation 'Warmer healthier homes'

10.14655/20100014 Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) Home heating Fuel Poverty remains a huge concern across the island with growing numbers of people at risk of being unable to heat their homes. Recession is placing more people at risk of being ...

IPH Response to OFMDFM Consultation ‘Everyone’s Involved’- Sustainable Development Strategy Implementation Plan

10.14655/20100013 Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) Sustainable development The Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) aims to improve health on the island of Ireland by working to combat health inequalities and influence public policies in ...

Trade, Energy, and Carbon Dioxide: An Analysis for the Two Economies of Ireland

Hyland, M., Jennings, A. and Richards, S.J. Greenhouse gas emmissions ESRI Working Paper 420 In this paper we use a subsystem input-output decomposition analysis to examine the drivers of greenhouse gas emissions in the Republic of Ireland and in Northern ...

Directory of Food Safety Laboratory Services

<br /> 10.14655/105129-107358 safefood Food safety All laboratories play a key role in protecting public health by analysing the microbiological and chemical content of food so that it is safe to eat. On the island of Ireland there are many laborato ...

Time the turkey to perfection this Christmas!

10.14655/105129-107341 safefood Food safety Christmas is the season for friends, family, food and good times. Here at safe food we want to make sure you have a safe and tasty, festive turkey. This handy guide gives you advice on buying, storing, defrostin ...

What you need to know about Campylobacter

<br /> <p><span class="italics">Campylobacter</span> is a bacterium found in the intestines of many types of animals and is the most common bacterial cause of diarrhoeal illness. <span class="italics">Camp ...

Smoothies

Dietary guidelines recommend that we eat&nbsp;five or more portions of fruit and vegetables&nbsp;every day, and consumers are increasingly using smoothies as a&nbsp;way to&nbsp;achieve this.&nbsp; 10.14655/105129-107330 safefood Health ...

Fuel Poverty, Older People and Cold Weather: An all-island analysis

10.14655/749069-99906 Goodman, P. (DIT Kevin Street), McAvoy, H. (IPH), Cotter, N. (IPH), Monahan, E. (Dublin City Council), Barrett, E. (QUB), Browne, S. and Zeka, A. (Brunel University London) Older people, Fuel poverty, Climate, Weather, Living conditi ...

IPH Annual Review (2010)

10.14655/749069-53085 Institute of Public Health in Ireland Cooperation, Public health, Research, Information, Capacity building, Policy The Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) promotes cooperation between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Irel ...

Annual Update on Fuel Poverty and Health (2008)

refer to the resource 10.14655/20080001 Institute of Public Health in Ireland Fuel poverty, Research, Economics, Statutory Sector, Community Sector, Voluntary sectors This paper provides an update on the All-Ireland Policy Paper on Fuel Poverty and Health ...

IPH Highlights

refer to the resource 10.14655/20090004 Institute of Public Health in Ireland Cooperation, Public health, Health impact, Education, Social determinants Recent IPH Highlights detailed in this document include:- Celebrating 10 years of North South working- ...

Annual Update on Fuel Poverty and Health (December 2009)

This Annual Update on Fuel Poverty (December 2009) follows the All-Ireland Policy Paper on Fuel Poverty and Health published in 2007 and the Annual Update on Fuel Poverty (December 2008).  It details develoments on the island of Ireland in policy and rese ...

All-Ireland Policy Paper on Fuel Poverty and Health (2007)

Older people are more likely to experience fuel poverty due to lower standards of housing coupled with lower incomes, so population ageing must be taken into account within a strategic approach to fuel poverty 10.14655/749069-6033 The Institute of Public ...