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This report presents the epidemiological data for tuberculosis cases reported in Northern Ireland.
Allied Health Professionals work with all age groups and conditions and are trained to assess, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate people with health and social care needs. They work in a range of settings including hospital, community, education, housing, independent and voluntary sectors.
Subject: Accounts, Finance
The Public Health Agency Annual report 2014 2015 provides background information about the PHA, highlights the achievements during the�2014-2015 financial year and provides an overview of work undertaken in priority areas�within each directorate�of�the organisation.The�full financial accounts are...
The 2014/15 influenza season was characterised by moderate levels of influenza activity.� Primary care consultation rates were higher than in 2013/14 for the majority of the season, although still low overall.� Activity seen in other surveillance was also higher than in 2013/14 year, and showed...
In June 2013, the PHA surveyed the Northern Ireland public about their attitudes towards organ donation. At the same time, a process of stakeholder engagement took place with organ donation charities, those on the transplant waiting list, recipients, donor families, and Health and Social Care staff...
C. difficile surveillance quarterly report: April-June 2015��
S. aureus surveillance quarterly report: April-June 2015
Subject: Smoking, tobacco, Cancer
This leaflet outlines the health and financial benefits of stopping smoking. It provides key facts on the health dangers associated with smoking, information on second-hand smoke, information on the dangers of smoking to babies, and contact details for help and support available. It also lists the...
This leaflet explains breast screening for women with a higher risk of breast cancer.
The Belfast Strategic Partnership, which is led by the Public Health Agency, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust and Belfast City Council, is launching the�Belfast Active Travel Action Plan 2014-2020 which aims to build a healthier city by encouraging people to incorporate walking and/or cycling...

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