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CSW Charity Fundraising

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About CHOX

The Oxford Children’s Hospital Campaign (CHOX), launched in September 2002, is raising money to build a new Children’s hospital at the John Radcliffe site in Headington, which will be a centre of excellence dedicated to the care of children. The hospital is due to open in January 2007 and will treat up to 65,000 children each year with purpose-built, family-friendly facilities for inpatient and outpatient children's services.

Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties urgently need a hospital designed especially for children. The healthcare needs of children are very different to those of adults: children need looking after in a way that takes account of the differences in their physical and emotional maturity. Get it wrong with children's care and the bad experience may affect development and last a life-time. Get it right - by creating a truly child-friendly environment - and all the evidence shows that children recover more quickly.

CSW’s Pledge

CSW Group is fully supporting the Oxford Children’s Hospital Campaign and has pledged to raise £45,000 for a Resource Room within the hospital, on the surgical floor. The room will be used primarily by all clinical staff needing access to educational resources and web-based information, in order to maintain their knowledge base and ensure their practice is evidence based and up-to-date. The resource room will keep books, journals and computers and provide space for study.

CSW will be raising the money to honour this pledge through a variety of fundraising activities. These will include activities such as a charity auction, raffles, fun runs and cake sales.


XML-based Knowledge Management Suite
Cross-Agency, Shared Care Electronic Health Records
Improves Bed Management and Reduce Average Length of Stay
XML-based Knowledge Management Suite
Cross-Agency, Shared-Care Electronic Health Records
Improves Bed Management & Reduces Average Length of Stay