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Subject: Open Access
This document states the Institute of Public Health in Ireland’s (IPH) commitment to an Open Access policy and outlines how it implements that policy. "Open Access is the immediate, online, free availability of research outputs without restrictions on use commonly imposed...
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In October 2016, a 10-year approach to transforming health and social care was launched by the Department of Health, in a document entitled Health and wellbeing 2026: Delivering Together. This ambitious plan, the Health and Social Care Transformation Programme, was the response to a report produced...
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Subject: Eye Care
We are pleased to present the regional report on the findings in relation to Hospital Eye Care Services, which is one of a number of work streams onthe current 10,000 MORE Voices work plan.
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Subject: Healthcare
This report outlines the key findings of the recent health needs assessment carried out across Northern Ireland. The aim of the study was to provide baseline information on the health needs, barriers to accessing current services, and the care pathways that exist for those experiencing homelessness...
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Subject: Pregnant, Infection
This document has been developed to advise health care professionals in Northern Ireland of their responsibilities in relation to the detection and management of syphilis infection in pregnant women and the management of their babies. The document is based on the British Association of Sexual...
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Subject: Self harm
In April 2012, processes were introduced in Northern Ireland to closely monitor and respond to sudden deaths when possible suicide is suspected. Following these deaths, PSNI officers collect information on a Sudden Death form (SD1) which is passed to Health and Social Care Trusts and the Public...
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This leaflet aims to encourage children and young people with physical disabilities to be more active. It explains why physical activity is important, highlights the recommendation that all children and young people get 60 minutes of activity every day, and offers ideas for getting more active...
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This leaflet explains how low threshold services can support people whose alcohol or drug use is causing them problems. It outlines what low threshold services are, who can access them, what support they can offer and how to contact them.
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DAMIS (Drug and Alcohol Monitoring and Information System) is an Â"early warning systemÂ" designed to identity, verify and assess emerging threats and potential trends in drug and alcohol misuse.

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