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Case Management Society UK

CMSUK Newsletter - Online Issue 1

This is the first of the online newsletters, which will be sent out to all our members.  We'd love to raise awareness of Case Management among the wider industries we work with - insurers, lawyers, health care providers etc - and let them know about the good work CMSUK and our members are doing, so please let us know if you have any contacts you think would like to receive our newsletter.

This first online issue has a wide range of articles supplied by our members.  We would love all our members to get involved with their newsletter. 

We're going to include news items, case studies, Case Manager biographies, and general notes of interest.  The second issue is already building up slowly, but we'd love to hear from you with your articles and ideas. 

As you can see our news in brief is very brief indeed.  This is the ideal place for you to let us know about things that may be of interest to other case managers. 

We also want to start thanking our sponsors and supporters.  We're going to start by thanking Helen Deane from Vencida Case Management, for providing us with the fantastic delegate bags for our study days and conference.  They're very useful, and I'm sure I'm not the only one whose got lots of use out of them!

Liz Haunch

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