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Case Management Society UK

CMSUK Newsletter - October 2015


Welcome to CMSUK's Autumn 2015 Newsletter.

2016 is fast approaching and although there is much to look forward to there is much left to do in 2015. On the 13th of October CMSUK will have it's annual Corporate Member day in London for its corporate sponsors. The corporate day is a networking opportunity and a chance for our sponsors to review both our industry and progress. The world of rehabilitation continues to move at pace and I'm sure the 2015 Rehabilitation Code will be but one of the hot topics of debate both at the corporate day and the conference.

The BABICM / CMSUK / VRA Together Conference is going to be big at the EMCC in Nottingham. With the anticipated high attendance, both myself and the CMSUK board look forward to seeing you at the conference and the AGM in November - it just might take us a little longer to spot you.

In the run up to conference CMSUK will be holding some web ex training on the use of the Conference app. The app will allow attendees to get the best out of the conference and help us move to a more paperless way of working and learning - help us to help the environment. Details of the training sessions shall be avlaible shortly.



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


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