Co-operation and working together for health gain and social well being in border areas (CAWT) annual report, 2002.
AuthorsCo-operation and Working Together (CAWT)
North Eastern Health Board (NEHB)
North Western Health Board (NWHB)
Southern Health and Social Services Board
Western Health and Social Services Board
Local subject classificationHEALTH BOARD
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CitationCo-operation and Working Together (CAWT), North Eastern Health Board (NEHB), North Western Health Board (NWHB), Southern Health and Social Services Board, Western Health and Social Services Board. 2003. Londonderry: Co-operation and Working Together.
DescriptionMr Paul Robinson, Director General of CAWT and Chief Executive Officer of the North Eastern Health Board Welcome to our Annual Report for 2002. I am especially pleased to present this report as it marks the year in which CAWT celebrated its 10th birthday. CAWT has come a long way in those years since that first gathering in Ballyconnell on 10th July 1992 and it was appropriate that we invited former Chief Executives and Chairpersons to attend the signing of the amended and updated Ballyconnell Agreement in the Slieve Russell Hotel (birthplace of CAWT) this year to mark that event. On that occasion as on many others I, as Director General, felt it appropriate to pay tribute to those people who had the commitment, courage and foresight to come together all those years ago. It was a bold step particularly in the political climate of that time, which we are all glad to recognise has changed considerably for the better. It has proved worthwhile and ten years on I believe we have made and are going to continue to make a real contribution to the health and social well being of the border population. This has been possible, of course, due to the commitment and dedication of staff involved in cross border working, particularly those within the sub-groups. Numerous strong alliances have been forged between the partner Boards and Trusts by people who already have extremely heavy work loads but who are committed to the aim of improving the health and social well being of the border population. In 2002 we launched one of the most important pieces of work that CAWT has ever produced. The CAWT Population Health Profile, details of which can be found later in this Annual Report, was the result of a collaborative effort by the four Public Health Departments. For the first time comprehensive health and social care information is available on the CAWT area
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