Posted 5th May 2020
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, case managers and other healthcare professionals have evolved their service delivery using remote formats such as video conferencing, telephone consultations. CMSUK is keen to explore the existing evidence for the effectiveness of such remote healthcare service delivery, to share with its members and inform the industry.
As such we would like to invite expressions of interest to:
i. Undertake a brief literature review around a specific aspect of remote working
ii. Collate the evidence and present a brief summary article which will be published on the CMSUK website.
The aim of this work is to be able to publish information that will be of immediate value to case managers trying to work effectively within the COVID-19 restrictions and to inform the development of new ways of working for the future. Therefore, we are not looking for a lengthy in-depth piece of work, but a focused brief literature review, ready to be shared in the next few weeks, on a specific area of the evidence.
UP TO £2000.00 is available for each accepted proposal.
Please find details about the call, suggested topics of interest, procedure and timeline for completed submission by using the link here.
Completed expressions of interest should be received at CMSUK office by 12:00 noon on 11th May 2020.
Dr. Devdeep Ahuja, PhD, MCSP
Director, CMSUK & Chair, Research Committee
Tel: 0333 2070755