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Case Management Society UK

CMSUK Newsletter - April 2015


Welcome to the CMSUK's first Newsletter of 2015.

Plans for the joint conference with BABICM and VRA in November are well underway as you will read below - exciting times.  As many of you may be aware the conference is at a new location for 2015 in Nottingham at the East Midlands Conference Centre. The board visited the venue in January and were very impressed with the space and the layout of the self-contained conference centre.  We can assure you any additional journey time experienced in comparison to the old conference venue at Gatwick will be worth it.

There is also a lot of work the board is doing that is progressing well, such as changes to the Rehab Code and the development of an education pathway and accreditation process for Case Management which we will keep you up to speed with developments.

Finally we want to bring your attention to our new telephone number:

0333 2070755

The new number means that calling us from a mobile will be as cheap as any other number you call and can be called using inclusive minute deals.  The old 0870 number is still in use, but please update your records to ensure you do not pay extra for phoning us.

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


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