Reports

Read the latest reports published by the Institute. 

19 Dec, 2023 - The Institute of Public Health (IPH) has published an annual report for 2022, providing an overview of work completed or commenced during the year.The following graphic summarises some of our work…
24 Nov, 2023 - A new study, published by the Institute of Public Health, examined the attitudes, motivations, and behaviours of 2,100 adults in Northern Ireland to better understand what influences an individual’s…
25 Sep, 2023 - The Institute of Public Health has today published a series of reports relating to an end of term review of the 10-year Tobacco Control Strategy in Northern Ireland (2012-2022).Today the Department…
25 Sep, 2023 - This report presents views shared by stakeholders involved in the implementation of the Ten Year Tobacco Control Strategy in Northern Ireland (2012-2022). Stakeholder engagement was undertaken by…
25 Sep, 2023 - This report examined the relationship between tobacco use and mental ill-health in Northern Ireland. It also considered tobacco control policy approaches to this issue across the UK and Ireland. The…
25 Sep, 2023 - This report assessed the progress made in reducing second-hand smoke exposure under the Department of Health 10 Year Tobacco Control Strategy for Northern Ireland (2012-2022). The findings of the…
7 Sep, 2023 - Almost a quarter of 16-year-olds in Ireland gambled for money in the previous year, according to a new report, which found the odds of gambling stacked against boys compared to girls.The report, ‘…
26 Apr, 2023 - A gender gap in physical activity levels between men and women in Ireland and Northern Ireland has highlighted the need to address barriers to physical activity for women and other population groups…
31 Mar, 2023 - Developing a multidisciplinary public health workforce in Ireland, with career pathways for public health professionals from medical and non-medical backgrounds, is an important consideration for…
26 Jan, 2023 - A holistic or ‘whole systems approach’ to obesity prevention could offer a more effective means of tackling high, unequal and increasing levels of obesity in Northern Ireland.That’s according to a…
20 Jan, 2023 - The Department of Health has today published a consultation report, produced by the Institute of Public Health, that will inform the further development of legislation governing providers of home…
27 Sep, 2022 - The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI)  recently hosted a webinar to launch a new report on inequalities in mortality rates in Ireland. The report was commissioned by the Institute…
15 Sep, 2022 - The Institute of Public Health (IPH) today welcomes the publication by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) of a new report on inequalities in mortality rates in Ireland.IPH…
12 Sep, 2022 - The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland’s Policy Group on Tobacco has published a new report which makes the case for raising the minimum age of sale of tobacco from 18 to 21 years.The Tobacco 21…
1 Aug, 2022 - The Ireland North and South Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents aims to provoke change in priorities,…
1 Aug, 2022 - The Ireland North and South Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents aims to provoke change in priorities,…
16 Jun, 2022 - The Institute of Public Health (IPH) will contribute to the development of new regulations governing providers of home support services in Ireland when it produces a report for the Department of…
28 Feb, 2022 - High energy bills this winter have focused attention on the difficulties of heating homes adequately. But for many older people the…