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Trish Heavey
Nutritionist RNutr (Public Health) IUHPE Registered Health Promotion Practitioner Course co-ordinator Health Science & Nutrition AIT Chair
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Public Health jobs 7h
KESS2 Scholarship: Developing an evidence-based intervention to foster a healthy eating culture in socially deprived areas of Wales using green spaces. (Masters by Research) Bangor University Closes 24/04
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Janas Harrington 22h
Thank you to our expert panel & gov officials.We had a great day of constructive & collaborative discussions on Irish at our priorisation workshop. We've started the conversation!
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Food Poverty Feb 20
We're looking for a (paid) to join our team at this spring for 15 weeks as part of the programme! Deadline 28 Feb. Full details >>
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Isobel Bandurek Feb 20
👀Looking for at a charity? ✅British Nutrition Foundation are offering a 6-month paid (June-Nov) Details👉 PDF👉 cc
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Ellen Roche RD Feb 19
A very effective & inexpensive method of encouraging physical activity in the or any public building!
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Health Promotion Irl Feb 12
What a fantastic day! Thank you to everyone who came along to the AGM. It was lovely to meet so many new members and catch up with old friends!
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Mairead Barry Feb 12
Delighted to be at the AHPI AGM. Lots of networking opportunities. Chair of the Accreditation Board, Kathryn Meade informing members about the activity that happened with the accreditation board over 2019.
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Mairead Barry Feb 12
Journal Club at AHPI AGM with Dr. Jane Sixsmith.
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Health Promotion Irl Feb 12
It's fantastic to hear we have 33 accreditied Health Promotion Practioners working in Ireland now
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HPRC NUIG Feb 12
Proud to be associated with this - must remain evidenced-based
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Health Promotion Irl Feb 12
AHPI Chairperson opening up the AGM
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Trish Heavey Feb 12
Fantastic to catch up with so many health promotion colleagues here at at AHPI AGM. Getting started on our journal club session
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HPRC NUIG Feb 10
24th Annual Health Promotion Conference 18 June 2020 ‘Promoting health & wellbeing: creating a more equitable & sustainable environment’. We welcome researchers, practitioners & policymakers from around the world that work in this area
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Sarah Jackson Feb 10
Our new paper in explores older adults’ weight perceptions in relation to traditional BMI cut-offs. 1/3
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Paula Loftus Feb 10
🎉 And it’s time too, I know you are expecting a big crowd on Wednesday. Sorry that I’ll miss it this year, it’s always a great day to network with colleagues both old & new.
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Zoe Griffiths RNutr Feb 8
📢Calling all Nutrition graduates! has set up a Facebook group for Nutrition graduates to connect with each other. This is a great idea and I know that a lot of you will be interested. Get in touch with Lucy now!
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Dr Mirjam Heinen Feb 6
Thanks . Yes, we need a few more people in those areas. Please email me
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Trish Heavey Feb 5
This looks like a great job opportunity
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Trish Heavey Feb 5
An evaluation of the School Food Scheme is being undertaken at UCD. This will involve a process evaluation particularly in Cork/Kerry & Carlow/Kilkenny. Work will commence Feb 24th for 4 to 5 wks. Send your CV to Dr. Mirjam Heinen at mirjam.heinen@ucd.ie.
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SPHeRE Jan 30
SPHeRE are now taking applications for the 2020/2021 academic year. Scholarships are also available through the HRB Collaborative Doctoral Awards (iPASTAR, CDA-CDP & DFD PRIMO) in Stroke, Diabetes, Chronic Disease Prevention and Breast Cancer research
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