NICHI Conference

11th NICHI Annual Health And Wellbeing Event 2022

We would like to thank everyone who attended our 11th Annual NICHI Health and Wellbeing conference in Tullyglass House Hotel.  The theme of this year’s conference was Nature and Wellbeing. A big thank you to Deborah Mullan from Tree & Tide – Power of nature to nurture who is a trained Physiotherapist, and now as an Accredited Psychotherapist and Claire Barnett, Senior Conservation Officer (Species and Habitats) from RSPB.

 

10th NICHI Annual Health And Wellbeing Event 2022

We would like to thank everyone who attended our 10th Annual NICHI Health and Wellbeing conference in Tullyglass House Hotel.  The theme of this year’s conference was Self-Care, Mental & Emotional Wellbeing, Nutrition and Social Connections. A big thank you to Sarah Bell Co-owner, nutrition coach and CrossFit level 1 trainer from Benmore Nutrition and Fitness.

 

 

9th NICHI Annual Health And Wellbeing Event 2021

We would like to thank everyone who attended our 9th Annual NICHI Health and Wellbeing conference. The conference took place on Thursday 11th March 2021.  The theme of this year’s conference was coping with stress during COVID-19.  This year our conference was held via zoom and was attended by 72 participants from community/voluntary and statuary organisations.

 

8th NICHI Annual Health And Wellbeing Event 2020

We would like to thank everyone who attended our 8th Annual NICHI Health and Wellbeing conference. The theme of this year’s conference was community development and Health Inequalities. A big thank you to the Department Of Health And Arts Care for a fantastic input regarding health inequalities in Northern Ireland.

 

NICHI 7th Annual Conference

The 7th NICHI Annual took place on Tuesday 5th March 2019 in the Tullyglass Hotel, Ballymena. The conference was a great success and was attended by 90 delegates. The theme of the conference was Community Development and Health. The conference had a range of speakers including: Dr Alethea Melling, MBE (Theory of Community Development), Diane McIntyre, HWSI Manager (Strategic direction of community development) and Mary Crothers, Tildarg Community Group (Community Perspective)