Case Management Society UK

CMSUK welcome you to our website and hope you gain greater awareness of Case Management and what it can offer.

What is CMSUK?

The Case Management Society UK (CMSUK), is a non-profit association of Case Managers, committed to the delivery of quality case management through standards of best practice while promoting the individual and collective development of case management throughout the United Kingdom.

CMSUK is a charitable company, we became incorporated on 3 July, 2001 and registered as a charity on 6 February, 2006. As a charity our purpose is to protect and promote public well being.

Our Vision Statement is:

To be the professional body for Case Management within the UK and recognised internationally

Our Objectives as a society are :

  1. To build a growing and cohesive community of Case Managers whatever the area of practice
  2. To define and develop a professional framework for Case Managers
  3. To create and develop working relationships with relevant organisations within the UK and internationally
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News letters

Quality Case Management Project 05 January 2015

An update on the project and feedback from the Forums held at the end of 2014.

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CMSUK Conference 2014 - The Pictures! 19 December 2014

For Conference this year again enlisted the services of Eric Pearce Photography to take lots of photos of the Conference and Dinner Dance and these and a video can be viewed by clicking the links below.  Enjoy!

Click Here  to view  the Photo Gallery
Click Here  to view the Video Blog

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2015 Conference - A joint enterprise! 18 December 2014

Announcement:  Joint Conference 2015
East Midlands Centre, Nottingham 12th & 13th November 2015

We are delighted to announce that a joint conference for Case Managers and VR professionals is to be arranged for next year. Currently we have agreement with CMSUK and VRA & BABICM.

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More news and features


From all of us at CMSUK, a big CONGRATULATIONS goes out to our 2014 CMSUK Case Manager of the Year winner, Glynis Kenny and also the two other finalists Jackie Walsh of Bush & Co & Sandra Rogers of Independence Works. 


The Award was presented to Glynis Kenny, Case Manager of Spinal Injury Case Management at the Conference Dinner Dance on 13th November 2014.


To read the full article and to see Glynis' own thoughts on her winning the award, please CLICK HERE.



CMSUK Research Project
An Investigation to Identify the need for a Standardised, Accredited or Certified
Professional Pathway for Case Managers in the UK
Dear Colleagues
For the past year a research project has been underway, commissioned by CMSUK, to explore the need for an educational pathway for case managers. A big thank you to all who took part in the project questionnaire and focus group.
The project is now completed and we are happy to present the findings in a report compiled by the research team (Dr Edgar Meyer and Harrison Training). As with most research, it provides food for thought and raises many questions. There is a great deal still to be discussed about case managers, their career structure and development.
The CMSUK Board agrees and strongly supports the Standards, Research and Development group in taking forward this work. The next meeting is to discuss how best to disseminate the research findings to relevant stakeholders, and to produce a plan for the next steps in this important work. Watch this space! We hope you are interested in the findings. Please do give us any feedback you may have.
To read the Research Report please click HERE.
Kind regards

Jan Harrison
Chair: Standards, Research and Development Group
CMSUK Corporate Members
CMSUK recognise and appreciate that without the ongoing support of our Corporate Members CMSUK would not be going from strength to strength in achieving our aims an objectives as set out above. To view a list of the current supporters of CMSUK and the associated links to their websites please click here.
Corporate Membership is a cost of £2,000 per annum and comes with the following benefits:
  • Opportunity to influence the development of CMSUK and Case Management in the UK. Once a year Corporate Members are invited to a meeting (usually in July) with the CMSUK Directors to discuss all aspects of Case Management and the progress of CMSUK.
  • Four free designated membership places for those meeting the criteria for full, associate or supporter members (normal application process applies)
  • 20% discount off the standard membership fees for all members in excess of your four free membership places
  • Two free places at the CMSUK annual conference (this will be held in November 2012 and the dates and venue are still to be confirmed)
  • A reduction (currently £700) for displaying a stand at the conference exhibition
  • Use of the CMSUK logo on company letterheads
  • Inclusion of promotional material in conference packs free of charge
  • Acknowledgement of support on any promotional material that CMSUK produces
  • Identification, logo and link on the CMSUK website.
  • Acknowledgement in regular Newsletter.
If you are interested in Corporate Membership please get in touch.