April 25, 2022

Health inequalities annual report 2022 (Department of Health NI)

This annual publication presents a comprehensive analysis of health inequality gaps between the most and least deprived areas of NI, and within health and social care […]
April 2, 2021

NISRA Coronavirus (COVID-19) opinion survey key findings from phases 1 to 8 2020 (NISRA)

NISRA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Opinion Survey – Key Findings from Phases 1 to 8 Read more
April 2, 2021

Life Expectancy in Northern Ireland 2017-19 (Information Analysis Directorate, Department of Health NI)

The Department of Health are the official producers of life expectancy figures for Northern Ireland. This report presents the latest estimates of life expectancy, healthy life […]
August 3, 2020

Social Impact of COVID-19 Survey April 2020 (CSO)

Changes in consumption of alcohol. Read more 
August 3, 2020

Most disadvantaged disproportionately at risk of alcohol-related violence 2020 (Institute of Alcohol Studies)

New findings show that alcohol-related violence affects the poorest in society to the greatest degree, with the most deprived groups experiencing as much as 14 times […]
February 20, 2020

Number caught drink/drug driving up by almost 30% – 2020 (PSNI)

A total of 418 people were arrested for drink/drug driving related offences during this year’s campaign, representing an increase of 29.8% compared with the same period […]
February 20, 2020

Alcohol Deaths 2019 (NISRA)

The annual Alcohol-Specific Deaths, Northern Ireland release presents statistics on the most recent official death registration data available on alcohol-specific mortality across Northern Ireland (NI). Alcohol […]
February 20, 2020

Tables from health survey Northern Ireland 2019 (Department of Health)

These tables present statistics from the health survey Northern Ireland. Please note that in 2018/19, as part of an ongoing methodological review, a revised weighting methodology […]
February 20, 2020

Alcohol in Quality and Outcomes Framework data in Northern Ireland 2019 (Department of Health)

Clinical Indicators & Achievement Summary – 2018/19 – Northern Ireland Read more:
Visit IPH