NIPC Stroke Prevention Bursary


Every year, 15 million people worldwide suffer a stroke. Nearly six million die and another five million are left permanently disabled. 

Keeping in line with our goal to address priority health needs by driving cardiovascular research, the NIPC are now accepting research proposal applications for its Stroke Prevention Bursary. The aim of the bursary is to support work that focuses on stroke prevention and in particular, the detection and early diagnosis of Atrial Fibrillation which is one of the most common irregular heart rhythms and is a major risk factor for stroke. 

The successful application will receive a bursary of €5,000 which will be presented at the NIPC's National Prevention Conference on November 5th 2016. 


Application forms 

The closing date for receipt of completed application forms is: 5pm, Friday 30th September 2016. 

Click here to access the Application Form 
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Healthy Limerick Coordinator Position


Healthy Limerick is based on the concept of Healthy Cities/Communities which aims to promote a comprehensive and whole system approach to planning for health and wellbeing. The Healthy Limerick Coordinator will work on delivering the key goals and priorities from local and national strategies and health profiles, which have a key role to play in improving the Health and Wellbeing of Limerick people.

Further Information

Completed application forms must be emailed to  

Closing date26th July 2016

Region: Limerick 


Health Promotion & Improvement Service: Schools Health Promotion Officer Positions

Health Promotion & Improvement Service Schools Health Promotion Officer will assess the needs and respond by utilising the model of the Health Promoting School. This may include delivery, coordination of training including delivery of the Schools for Health in Ireland - Framework for Developing a Health Promoting School.
To Apply please complete the attached Application Form and return to
Closing Date: Friday, 24th June 2016
Dublin and Athlone 

An interim Board of Directors has been established and their first official meeting took place on April 18th 2016 in Dublin. The next step is to submit the National Accreditation Organisation application form to IUHPE.

If AHPI is approved as a National Accreditation Organisation, this Board will become the formal decision making body on all matters pertaining to the structures and process of the registration of practitioners within Ireland.  

The membership of this Board is as follows:

Anne Sheridan (Chairperson)

Barbara Battel-Kirk (BBK consultancy)

Fergal Fox (HSE)

Kathryn Meade (HSE)

Mairead Barry (Waterford IT)

Patricia Heavey (Athlone IT)

Paula Campbell (Chairperson AHPI)

Roisin Lowry (HSE)

Sinead Stynes (HSE)

  • Lecturer (Below the Bar) in Health Promotion
  • National University of Ireland, Galway
  • Location: Galway
  • Salary: €36,230 to €51,104
  • £28,230.42 to £39,820.24 converted salary* p.a.
  • Hours: Full Time Contract
  • Type: Permanent
  • Placed on: 18th February 2016
  • Closes: 31st March 2016

Applications are invited for an appointment as Lecturer (Below the Bar) in Health Promotion at NUI Galway.
Contract Type B
The Discipline of Health Promotion invites applications for a permanent full-time Lecturing post to contribute to teaching on the undergraduate medical degree programme at NUI Galway. The post holder will have particular responsibility for the delivery of teaching on Professionalism, Health Promotion and Public Health on the undergraduate medical course, and will have a good understanding of the field of multidisciplinary Health Promotion and its application in practice.

Candidates for this permanent full-time position should possess a PhD qualification relevant to the field of Health Promotion and should have excellent teaching, course co-ordination and research skills. A particular interest in the areas of cardiovascular health, diabetes prevention and /or mental health promotion would be welcome.

The Discipline of Health Promotion is a dynamic, multidisciplinary, research active Discipline in the School of Health Sciences, which is responsible for a range of innovative teaching and research programmes at NUI Galway. Health Promotion delivers postgraduate, undergraduate and outreach programmes across the Colleges of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences; Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies; and the College of Science. There is an active programme of national and international research in place through the Health Promotion Research Centre, which is designated as a WHO Collaborating Centre.

The appointment will commence in August, 2016. Additional information on the Discipline of Health Promotion is available at: For more information on the College of Medicine, Nursing, and Health Sciences and School of Medicine: It will not be possible to consider applications received after the closing date. For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Margaret Barry, Head of Discipline of Health Promotion, NUI, Galway.

Email: or telephone +353 (0)91 493348 Salary At Lecturer Below the Bar level €36,230 to €51,104 p.a. (applicable to new entrants effective from January, 2011) (This appointment will be made on the Lecturer Below the Bar scale in line with current Government pay policy) (For pre 1995 public sector entrants in Ireland, the D class Salary rates will apply) Closing date for receipt of applications is 17:00 (GMT) on Thursday, 31st March 2016. It will not be possible to consider applications received after the closing date. Garda vetting may apply. Appointments will be conditional on work authorisation validation. Further details are available at For more information and Application Form please see website: Applications should be submitted online. Please note that appointment to posts advertised will be dependent upon University approval, together with the terms of the Employment Control Framework for the higher education sector. National University of Ireland Galway is an equal opportunities employer.
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