All Ireland Public Health Repository
Institute of Public Health in Ireland
To provide access to health information resources that are needed to develop systems-wide solutions to improve population health and wellbeing, tackle health inequalities and address the social determinants of health (SDH) across the island of Ireland.
Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.
The Repository currently contains over 3,000 public health resources from a wide range of organisations such as IPH, Department of Health (Ireland), Department of Health (NI), Public Health Agency, Safefood and Public Health England (PHE).
The repository is part of the The Health Well website which provides access to a broader collection of health information resources from our partner websites.
Health Well can assist you in working collaboratively across the web by hosting webgroups and supporting key health networks. It can also assist you in using information more effectively with the aid of online analysis tools and support for knowledge translation.
The resources cover a wide range of public health issues and are grouped in a number of ways including by publisher, region, type of report etc..
IPH, Department of Health (NI), Department of Health (Ireland), Public Health Agency, Department for Education and Skills (Ireland), Northern Ireland Cancer Network, Belfast Food Network, Safefood, PHE, Health Research Board (HRB) Centre for Health and Diet Research, Healthy Food for All, Headline, National Drugs Library, Children’s Research Network, Centre of Excellence for Public Health Northern Ireland, Community Development Health Network, Centre for Ageing Research and Development in Ireland.
Resources are managed by the IPH.
The resources contained are updated continuously throughout the year.
The All Ireland Public Health Repository is an affiliate of the following:
Open Access Ireland
OpenAIRE - Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe
OpenDOAR - The Directory of Open Access Repositories
Open Archives Initiative