Institute of Public Health in Ireland chief executive Dr Jane Wilde added: 'It makes good sense to pool ideas and experience--as our history in Ireland becomes a cause for hope, we can now think of "a possible world" in which our minds and our work are not halved by borders.
What does IPHI stand for?
IPHI stands for Institute of Public Health in Ireland (Ireland and UK)
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- Integrated Public Health Information System
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- International Passive House Magazine
- Institute of Public Health Nutrition (Dhaka, Bangladesh)
- International Poverty and Health Network
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A new Northern Ireland Centre of Excellence for Public Health Research is being established at Queen's in partnership with the Institute of Public Health in Ireland.
Other speakers will include Institute of Public Health in Ireland chief executive Dr Jane Wilde, WHO Collaborating Centre child care and protection head Professor Kevin Browne, and Sinead Hanafin, the head of research at the Republic of Ireland's Office of the Minister for Children.