Research

May 1, 2008

Cross-border GP Out-Of-Hours evaluation

Co-operation and Working Together (CAWT), a partnership of Health Boards and Trusts in the border region, is currently developing two pilot areas along the border where patients would be given the choice of accessing closer cross-border services or using the existing service in his/her own jurisdiction. A pilot cross-border GP Out Of Hours service was […]

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March 21, 2008

Common Chapter (North-South) Activity Report 2006

The Centre for Cross Border Studies in partnership with FGS McClure Watters have been appointed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) to produce a Common Chapter (North-South) Activity Report for 2006.  The Common Chapter forms part of the National Development Plan for Ireland and the Structural Funds Plan for Northern Ireland, and aims to […]

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March 12, 2008

The Journal of Cross Border Studies in Ireland – No.3

The 2008 Journal of Cross Border Studies in Ireland was launched in Dublin by Mary Hanafin TD, the Minister for Education and Science, on 12 March. It contains articles about the trade unions and North-South cooperation; a new tourism brand for the island of Ireland; the role of teacher educators in North-South cooperation; modelling all-island […]

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February 1, 2008

North/South Mental Health Services Research Group

Mental Health is currently a key priority of the two governments on the island.  There remains a great need for research and information which can inform planning and practice in the mental health services on the island. In October 2001 the Health Ministers, North and South, agreed a draft Memorandum of Understanding on the establishment […]

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