Applications are invited for this distance education programme delivered in partnership with the Dental Health Foundation and Health Service Executive. The programme comprises of 15 ECTS and is designed for home study with tutor support and contact workshops delivered in Dublin, subject to student numbers. This programme is aimed at practitioners in the Oral Health field or those with an interest in the area who wish to expand and develop their knowledge and expertise in the principles and practice of oral health promotion. This programme is scheduled to commence in October 2014, subject to a prescribed minimum number registering. Closing date for the Specialist Certificate is 1st August, 2014 Please view the brochure below for more information: NUIG PostGrad Health Promo
Please find attached details for the post of a survey methodologist at the HBSC International Coordinating Centre (ICC) in the Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU) at the University of St Andrews. The job description can be downloaded here  SB1445AR FPs.doc.
Get an update on progress and a report on findings from the recent questionnaire on developing a registration system for health Promotion practitioners at the Health Promotion Research Centre Summer Conference on Wednesday 11th June 2014 Although the questionnaire is now closed we are still interested in your opinions and questions on a registration system in Ireland. So - please join us at the conference or email your ideas, question etc to Barbara Battel-Kirk (
The Association for Health Promotion Ireland would like to present the first edition of the AHPI Exchange for 2014.  This issue highlights some key initiatives, events and activities from around Ireland.  AHPI Newsletter 2014
A Job Bridge internship opportunity exists for an enthusiastic individual to join the Smarter Travel Workplaces and Campus teams as part of a 9 month placement. The intern will gain practical experience in Workplace Travel Plans, Health Promotion, Marketing, Communications and Client Relationship Management, as part of two large scale walking and cycling challenges, run as part of the Smarter Travel Workplaces programme. The intern will receive formal/informal training in the following: Workplace Travel Plans, Event Management, Client Relationship Management. The Intern will also have an opportunity to attend programme seminars/events. On completion the intern will have attained skills in implementing workplace travel plans, communications and implementing large scale walking/cycling promotions including launches and prize giving. The deadline for application is the 11th of April. Details of the role can be found by registering on
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