The Institute of Public Health in Ireland and partners (Department of Health [NI], Department of Health [RoI], Public Health Agency, Centre of Excellence for Public Health NI and the Health Service Executive) are organising a free one day conference on Wednesday 15th November 2017 to share learning and facilitate discussion on what works in public health in Ireland, North and South.Â The aim of the conference is to provide an open platform to: share learning in public health policies and programmes; provide networking opportunities both inside and outside public health; present personal development opportunities; promote greater use of resources; provide all-Ireland networking and sharing.Â To find out more or to book a place, visit: www.eventbrite.com/e/working-together-for-better-health-wellbeing-understanding-what-works-tickets-36923074911
The Community Foundation for Ireland is particularly keen to hear the opinions of men in their 'VitalSigns' survey for 2017. This research grades twelve key issus that affect the quality of life of those who live, work, play and learn in Ireland. It combines public perception, factual data, and community leadersâ€™ perceptions in order to tell a more nuanced and complete story of Irelandâ€™s vibrancy, and to highlight areas in which challenges still need to be overcome. It is hoped that the better we understand our communities, the better equipped we are to make decisions and take positive action. To participate, visit: www.surveymonkey.com/r/vitalsigns2017
In this, their 30th Anniversary Year, HIV Ireland will be running a conference which will explore the history of HIV, stigma and social inclusion within the areas of addiction, homelessness, sex work, the LGBT community, the migrant community and, specifically, people living with HIV in Ireland since 1987.Â They will also be launching Irelandâ€™s first National HIV Stigma Survey since 2007.Â The conference is titled 'HIV, Social Inclusion, Stigma and Social Policy', and will take place on Thursday 28th September 2017, in the Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin.
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