Irish Physical Activity Research Collaboration

I-PARC fosters insight, intelligence and innovation to enable more people in Ireland to be more active, more often.

Latest I-PARC Posts

Check out the latest I-PARC posts below. Here you will find information  around all things physical activity. 

Limerick Sport Partnership – PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR HEALTH OFFICER

Limerick Sport Partnership are advertising for the following position: The Physical Activity for Health Officer role employed in the Local Sports Partnership, will work in collaboration with Slaíntecare, the HSE,[…]

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I-PARC Annual Conference 2023 – Registration Closing soon!!

We are delighted to announce an excellent programme for our upcoming annual I-PARC Conference, “Getting more people active: Building bridges and pushing boundaries”. Registration for the event will be closing[…]

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I-PARC Annual Conference 2023 – Registration Now Open!!

The Irish Physical Activity Research Collaboration (I-PARC) will soon open registration for its upcoming Annual Conference, “Getting more people active: Building bridges and pushing boundaries”,  will take place in the[…]

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I-PARC Aims 

The aim of the Irish Physical Activity Research Collaboration is to inspire the best use of evidence, effective delivery methods, and supportive environments for improving physical activity levels in Ireland.

I-PARC Objectives 

I-PARC will involve multiple stakeholders, across Policy, Practice and Research, who work together to:
Identify

Identify gaps on how to develop and deliver best practices and seek ways to bridge these gaps.

Support

Enable and support solutions to increase physical activity in Ireland.

Share

Share learnings from research and best-practice in a systematic and easily accessible way.

Demonstrate

Establish mechanisms for demonstrating the impact of I-PARC.

Other useful websites 

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