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West Midlands - key messages

A message from Sue Rees to networks and country boards

 

12 September: Fantastic CPD Day in the West Midlands - BOOKING NOW OPEN!

Join us for a day of CPD! Headline topics include: Social prescribing, exercise works and mental wellbeing PLUS hear from experts on latest thinking in these areas:
- Sarah Bazin on social prescribing @Sarahbazin2
- Ann Gates, Exercise Works @exerciseworks
- Sharon Greenshill on mental wellbeing
- Susan Spence, CEO of Age UK @AgeUKWolves
- The CSP's Stuart Palma (Professional Adviser and Honorary Innovation Fellow with NHS England) @SP_Physio

Venue: Wolverhampton Medical Institute, New Cross Hospital

Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm (refreshments and registration from 8.30am)

Click here to BOOK NOW!

 

Follow us on Twitter @westmidlandscsp.All the latest news, event information and discussions relevant to the West Midlands region are featured on these pages.

 
Benefits of West Midlands membership:
- Open to all members in the region qualified, associates, students, retired members.
- Opportunity to attend free networking and CPD events
- Your network is supported by a core group of members who organise the network activities, its forums and other events. It has an elected representative for the region who sits on the CSP Council and helps decide CSP policy by submitting motions to the Annual Representatives Council.
 
The Chair of the West Midlands Regional Network is Sam McIntosh and Helen Owen (Co-Chairs) who can be contacted at: westmidlandschair@csp.org.uk

Your local Campaigns and Regional Engagement Officer is Mindy Daubeny who can be contacted at: daubenym@csp.org.uk or via Twitter @CSPMindy
 
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