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Director of Public Health annual report 2012 and core tables 2011


Public Health Agency

Subject Keywords: Life expectancy, Mortality, Lifestyle, Mental wellbeing, Social determinants of health
Topic: Mental Health
Catalogue: Research and Evaluation
Type: Report
Region: Northern Ireland

Improving the health and wellbeing of the elderly is the theme of the fourth Director of Public Health annual report, launched on 12 June 2013. Northern Ireland's elderly population is growing and older people are living longer than ever before, which emphasises the importance of providing health and social care that allows them to live a productive life.This report highlights the many areas of public health work aimed at giving elderly people in Northern Ireland the best opportunity to live active and healthy lives in a safe and secure environment. An in-depth overview also provides statistics on many aspects of life as an elderly person here - life expectancy, mortality, mental wellbeing, lifestyle, social determinants of health etc. Further, more detailed, data is included in an accompanying report available as a separate document.  The core tables for 2011, also available to download below, include information such as estimated home population figures and projections, birth rates, fertility rates, death rates, information on mortality, life expectancy, immunisation rates and screening uptake rates.The presentation slides from key speakers from the launch event on 12 June 2013 and all parallel sessions are also appended below. Please note: The PHA cannot be held responsible for any breach of copyright that may exist within individual presentations.Anyone wishing to get a copy of the presentation by Ron McDowell in the 'Identifying those at risk' category should contact him directly at





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Public Health Agency. (2013) Director of Public Health annual report 2012 and core tables 2011 [Online]. Available from: [Accessed: 25th June 2019].


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