Co-operation and working together for health gain and social well being. CAWT annual report, 1997.
AuthorsCo-operation and Working Together (CAWT)
North-Eastern Health Board (NEHB)
South-Eastern Health Board (NEHB)
Western Health and Social Services Board
Southern Health and Social Services Board
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CitationCo-operation and Working Together (CAWT), North Eastern Health Board (NEHB), North Western Health Board, Southern Health and Social Services Board, Western Health and Social Services Board. 1997. Co-operation and Working Together. Londonderry: Co-operation and Working Together (CAWT)
PublisherCo-operation and Working Together (CAWT)
DescriptionDuring 1997 CAWT has developed considerably in the scope and range of its activities and projects and in terms of its role in promoting the health and social well·being of the people who live in the CAWT region. As CAWT enters its sixth year it is demonstrating very clearly that it has the potential to provide an effective model of partnership in that it can attract both funding and support to help address the health and social care needs which are so evident on both sides of the Border. It can also help in the identification of opportunities for shared working and project development to enhance services in all four Boards. This is entirely due to the efforts of a large and growing number of staff who have committed themselves so willingly to working together in the interests of patients, clients and communities in the four Board areas which make up the CAWT region. It is this co· operation which is the real success of CAWT and which offers such great potential for the future. This Report describes the projects and other activities undertaken by the CAWT Groups. It also outlines the Steering Group's work in developing a Strategic plan for the period up to 200I and in establishing appropriate financial management and control arrangements for the CAWT Initiative.
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