Have you recently graduated from a health promotion course that is accredited by IUHPE?
Did you know you are automatically eligible for registration as an IUHPE Registered Health Promotion Practitioner?
In addition, the AHPI have waived the application fee for such graduates until 1st January 2019 (current application fees are €25 for AHPI members and €30 for other applicants). If your application is approved (you just need to submit a copy of your parchment), you will be asked to pay the registration fee which is valid for 3 years. The registration fee is €75 for AHPI members and €100 for all other applicants. Click here to find out more.
Title: Policy Officer (Irish Cancer Society)
Location: Based in Dublin
Hours: Part time (28 hours/ per week) Some evening and weekend work required
Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract- maternity leave cover (November 2018 – October 2019)
To support the work of the Advocacy Department in the Irish Cancer Society.
TITLE: Cancer Prevention Officer (Community Health Promotion), Irish Cancer Society
REPORTS TO: Community Programmes Manager
DEPARTMENT: Cancer Prevention
LOCATION: Based in Dublin
HOURS: Full Time (35 hours/week) flexibility required.
CONTRACT TYPE: Fixed Term Contract
MA in Advanced Facilitation Skills for Promoting Health and Well Being | Waterford Institute of Technology
The Masters in Advanced Facilitation Skills for Promoting Health and Well Being offers participants a unique opportunity to finely tune their facilitation and personal skills through practical experience, group process and advanced personal development. Click here for further information.
The IUHPE are inviting those who work in health promotion to submit an abstract to the 23rd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion. This conference will take place in New Zealand in April 2019. Much of the health promotion work and research from Ireland connects with IUHPE 2019’s theme and subthemes (Health equity, Inclusive habitats, Climate change adaptation strategies, and Build effective, accountable and inclusive governance). The deadline for abstract submission has now been extended to 14th September 2018 and we would encourage submissions from those working in Health Promotion including researchers, practitioners and decision makers to share their work on this international platform.
WAIORA: Promoting Planetary Health and Sustainable Development for All, Rotorua (Aotearoa New Zealand), 7-11 April 2019
Thank you to everyone who has submitted their abstracts to IUHPE 2019. Due to the high demand we are happy to announce that the submission deadline has now been extended until 14th September 2018.
No further extension will be possible so make the most of this additional time and get your abstracts in now!
For more information on the Abstract Submission process, please visit the World Conference website.