CMSUK 2008 Conference Feedback

Posted 26th February 2009

Following on from the success of the conference in Manchester in 2008, Spencer McCabe has very kindly put together the following information from the feedback forms completed by our delegates

Conference Feedback

 

Feedback from the annual CMSUK conference held in November was excellent with all attendees responding to our survey stating that they were either satisfied or very satisfied with the speakers at the event. We asked if attendees found the content of conference appropriate and informative and all respondees either agreed or strongly agreed with this.

 

And it wasn't just the speakers that impressed, our feedback also showed that the venue and conference structure were very well received, with particular emphasis on the registration process and event organisation, so well done to the Renaissance Hotel in Manchester and a particular well done to the CMSUK events committee!

 

Here is a selection of the comments we received from the feedback:

 

"Really excellent value for money: an impressive range of speakers, a well put together programme mixing presentations and workshops, and a useful exhibition. Thank you."

 

"An excellent couple of days, great speakers, good venue, a great way of meeting other case managers and sharing experience."

 

"A very well run and organised conference which was both educational and fun."

 

"An opportunity to integrate knowledge and skills from various specialists to further case management."

 

"Excellent organised conference a must for all involved in commercial rehab and RTW"

 

"This conference was informative, stimulating a very worthwhile - lots of contacts and sharing of info."

 

Over 93% of delegates said they would attend future CMSUK conferences, our next conference is this November so why not join them!

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