CMSUK Commissions Research into Case Management Education

Posted 8th April 2011

CMSUK recognises there is no formal qualification in Case Management.  In order to help build the profession of Case Management they feel it is important that there is an opportunity for Case Managers, service users, purchasers and providers to give  their views on what they feel are important qualities in a Case Manager and how could this best be achieved, in respect to an educational pathway for Case Managers.  With that in mind  we announced at the CMSUK conference in Nov 2010  that we would be commissioning a piece of work to research this area. CMSUK are now pleased to announce that after receiving many applications they have now interviewed and awarded this important piece of work to Sue Robinson and Jane Goodman from Harrison Training. It is anticipated they will be able to announce their preliminary findings at our conference this November.

Carole Chantler

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