Tag Archives: CAWT

January 9, 2013

Mapping Acute Specialities

The aims of this project are to address a gap in information about cross-border and all-island acute health specialities by: Developing a geodatabase that maps acute health specialities on the island; Training health professionals in the use of this mapping tool (two seminars to be held for 20 people). The Centre’s partner in this project […]

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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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January 11, 2007

Attitudes to the development of cross-border health services: The case of GP Out-Of-Hours services

Politicians and health professionals have identified health as a key area for cross-border co-operation. The two health systems (National Health Services in the North and Irish Health Service in the South) share common core principles, face similar health and service problems, and have adopted similar approaches to tackling issues. However there is little evidence of […]

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May 1, 2006

Public attitudes to developing and using cross-border health services

Politicians and health professionals have identified health as a key area for cross-border co-operation. The two health systems (National Health Services in the North and Irish Health Service in the South) share common core principles, face similar health and service problems, and have adopted similar approaches to tackling issues. However there is little evidence of […]

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May 17, 2001

From Concept to Realisation: An Evaluation of CAWT

In June 2000, the Centre for Cross Border Studies was commissioned by the CAWT Management Board to undertake an independent evaluation of the CAWT organisation. The evaluation, which was prepared at a time when CAWT was actively considering its future role, aimed to serve three main functions: the need for accountability to the border population, […]

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September 1, 2000

From Concept to Realisation : An Evaluation of CAWT

In June 2000, the Centre for Cross Border Studies was commissioned by the CAWT Management Board to undertake an independent evaluation of the CAWT organisation. The evaluation, which was prepared at a time when CAWT was actively considering its future role, aimed to serve three main functions: the need for accountability to the border population, […]

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