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All Ireland Public Health Repository
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  • European Home and Leisure Accident Surveillance System report for Ireland 2002

    Department of Health (Ireland) (2004)
    Click here to download PDF

    National Physical and Sensory Disability Database - information pack

    Department of Health (Ireland) (2000)
    The need for information on the service needs of people with physical and/or sensory disabilities was first highlighted in Shaping a Healthier Future: A strategy for Effective Healthcare in the 1990s.  This strategy document identified the establishment of a national database as the means of gathering such information.  Subsequently, the report of the Review Group on Health and Personal Social Services for People with Physical and Sensory Disabilities, Towards an Independent Future, ide...

    Hospital Statistics 1 April 2002 - 31 March 2003

    Department of Health; Social Services and Public Safety (2003)
    Volume 1: Programme of Care

    Report of Dr Deirdre Madden on Post Mortem Practice and Procedures

    Department of Health (Ireland) (2006)
    This Report aims to set out the general facts in relation to paediatric post-mortem practice in Ireland from 1970 to 2000, the way in which information was communicated to parents of deceased children in relation to post-mortemexaminations, and how these practices might be improved upon for the future Read the Report  

    Ready or not? Let's leave it 'til later

    Public Health Agency (2010)
    This leaflet details 10 things to think about before having sex.
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