23 January 2024

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ATU and HSE form new partnership to develop regional service and address health inequalities

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ATU and HSE form new partnership to develop regional service and address health inequalities

Atlantic Technological University and the HSE have formed a new partnership aimed at developing regional service and addressing health inequalities

The five-year collaboration will look to advance education, skills development, research and innovation.

The ‘Healthier Future’ partnership was launched by Higher Education Minister Simon Harris at ATU Donegal in Letterfrack

The partnership will also include Community Healthcare West, Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim, Monaghan, Sligo, along with Public Health West and North West, Saolta, the National Ambulance Service

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