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IA 4.1 Collaborative Health and Social Care Pre-Application Support

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Submitted by purdye on Wed, 11/16/2022 - 20:34



Watch the workshop recording

Download IA 4.1 Collaborative Health and Social Care: Presentation Slides 

Download IA 4.1 Collaborative Health and Social Care: Concept Note - Submission for 4.1 Concept Notes closes on 8th February 2023

Theme 4 FAQs - available later this month


The key objective of Investment Area 4.1 Collaborative Health and Social Care is to ‘ensure equal access to health care and fostering resilience of health systems’.

This investment area (IA) will result in an increase in the number of ‘episodes of care’ delivered on a cross-border basis. This will support positive health and wellbeing and the prevention of ill health, through an integrated approach designed to reduce health inequalities within the Programme Area. An indicative budget allocation has been set at €97m for this Investment Area.


Documentation can be requested in other languages and accessible formats such as MS Word, easy-read, large print, audio-CD and braille by emailing:



The Concept Note captures high-level details of a project idea. Any organisation interested in becoming a Lead Partner under Area 4.1 may express their interest by completing and returning this Concept Note. The Concept Note does not form part of the formal application process. Instead, it has been put in place to help guide potential applicants to strengthen their application (should they decide to make one) and to help with a smoother project implementation process in the event of funding being awarded.

The Concept Note (best accessed on Edge or Firefox browsers) is available as a downloadable word document here.

Interested parties are encouraged to complete and submit the Concept Note by sending it to Completed forms will be accepted until midnight on 8th February 2023. For all queries on the concept note, please contact Myriam at the email address provided above.



The following organisations have asked for their details to be included here, feel free to contact them in relation to potentially forming a partnership for this Investment Area of the EU PEACEPLUS Programme.

Organisation Website Contact Name Email

Developing Healthy Communities 

Edel O’Doherty

Brothers Autism 

David McLaughlin

Springfield Charitable Association

Vivien Davidson, 

Adam Ryan;

British Red Cross (BRC)

Kevin McCaughan

Triangle Housing Association (Progression to Employment Service)

Norman Sterritt

Northern Ireland Union of Supported Employment

Norman Sterritt

Connected Health & Wellbeing Cluster (DkIT)

Breanndán Casey

‘Louth-Meath’ EU Active & Healthy Ageing Reference 

Breanndán Casey

Centre for Independent Living NI (CILNI) 

Bryan Myles 

Action Mental Health

Gavin McConvey

Cruse Bereavement Support

Thelma Abernethy

CANS NI Counselling All Nations

Lekan Ojo-Okiji Abasi

Alzheimer’s Society

Barry Smyth

AHA Reference Site Scotland

Donna Henderson


Alan Connor


Would you like to include your details on this web page as part of a Potential Partner Notice Board? In doing so you are confirming consent for the details you provide to be made publicly available via the SEUPB website. Please note that all personal data you provide to the SEUPB will be processed in accordance with our Privacy Notice, which can be accessed here.


If you want to use the ‘Potential Partner’ Notice Board facility please supply:

(a) your organisation’s name

(b) your organisation’s web address

(c) a relevant contact name and email address

(d) Investment Area of interest: 4.1




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