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Case Management Society UK

Autumn 2010 CMSUK Newsletter



This years CMSUK Conference - 'Back to Basics' is only a few weeks away. 

As always this years programme is packed with clinical presentations, information regarding the progression of Case Management as a profession, and how to maximise the effectiveness of the Case Manager's involvement.

For the full programme and booking form please click on this link;

We will be anouncing the winner of the CMSUK Case Manager of the Year Award 2010 at the Dinner Dance on the evening of the 11th November.  We are pleased to announce that the finalists (in alphabetical order) are;

Helen Lawrie - SALUS Occupational Health and Safety

Janice Odell - Harrison Associates Ltd

Susan Venables - Corpore

We are also launching the new website, so this will be the last newsletter in the current format.

We will be delighted to see you at the Conference, and hope that you take the opportunity to come and talk to the members of the board who will be in attendance throughout both events.

For a summary of the recent study day please see the feature by John Ainscough below. 

Please see the events section, which includes two FREE study days for Case Managers.  More information about the PACE Open day will be sent out soon. 

If you know of any interesting study days for our newsletter please let us know.

Please note the information in this newsletter about the Case Management in the USA, and the letter the CMSA have sent to the CCM. 

Liz Haunch


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