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Case Management Society UK

CMSUK Newsletter February 2013

I am extremely pleased to welcome our new Director, Adam Shelverton to the Newsletter, who will be sharing the editorial responsibilities alongside me, with the aim of improving every aspect of the Newsletter.

Adam's input has already started to make significant improvements, and he and Spencer will be looking at ways of making the layout more attractive, and easier to access. 

This months issue will inform and update you on:

  •  CMSUK's Board and commitee activities
  •  CMSUK's 2012's conference and year end round up
  •  A preview of things to come in 2013

We are always keen to improve the Newsletter, and throughout 2013 there will be improvements to layout and content. However it is your Newsletter, and therefore we'd love to hear your feedback and any ideas around what you would like to see contents wise moving forwards. 

Liz Haunch



As always we wish to thank those companies which provide their important support

Active Assistance Group

Advantage Healthcare Group


DAC Beachcroft



Bush and Co



First Assist


Irwin Mitchell

Overland Health

PACE Rehabilitation

Proclaim CARE


SALUS Occupational Health and Safety

Simpson Burgess Nash Accountants

Smith + Nephew



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