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Department of Health (Ireland)
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Research and Evaluation
Republic of Ireland
The Women.s Health Council is a statutory body established in 1997 to advise the Minister for Health and Children on all aspects of women.s health. Following a recommendation in the Report of the Second Commission on the Status of Women (1993), Developing a Policy for Women’s Health. A Discussion Document was published in 1995. One of the recommendations in the Plan was a proposal that a Women’s Health Council be set up as a centre of expertise on women.s health issues, to foster research into women.s health, evaluate the success of this Plan in improving women’s health and advise the Minister for Health on women’s issues generally.
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Department of Health (Ireland). (2003) Community Involvement For Women's Health: Mechanisms Within Primary Care Services [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/773391 [Accessed: 24th March 2017].
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