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IPH launch new estimates and forecasts of the number of people with a musculoskeletal conditions today

5 September 2012

IPH launch new estimates and forecasts of the number of people with a musculoskeletal conditions today

Chronic health conditions are responsible for substantial premature mortality, reduced quality of life, and costs to the health and social care system across the island. 

The Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) is launching new estimates and forecasts of the number of people with a musculoskeletal condition today. Figures will be available for every Local Health Office in the Republic of Ireland and every Local Government District in Northern Ireland. Please see below for program.

 

     
     
 

Welcome and introduction      

Prof Kevin Balanda,
Associate Director, IPH

 

 

Physical activity and health

Alan Donnelly, Professor of Exercise Science, University of Limerick    

     
 

National musculoskeletal physiotherapy programme

Dr Noralee Kennedy, Lecturer and Postgraduate Coordinator, Faculty of Education and Health Sciences, University of Limerick

 

 

 

 

What the national health surveys tell us     

Mr Steve Barron, Research Analyst, IPH 

 

Discussion

 

 

     

To view musculoskeletal condition briefing, please click here


To view Press Release for Republic of Ireland please click here
To view Press Release for NI please click here

Please see Presentations from the launch below:

To view Prof. Kevin Balanda's presentation, please click here
To view Mr. Steve Barron's presentation, please click here

To view Prof. Alan Donnelly's presentation please click here
To view Dr. Noralee Kennedy's presentation, please click here


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