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Getting People Working: Rebuilding the Capacity of Vocational Rehabilitation

9 March 2005 - 8:10am

A one-day event on the above, hosted by the College of Occupational Therapists, will take place in London on 14 April. There is a discounted registration fee for CSP members. More details here...

Getting People Working - Rebuilding the Capacity of Vocational Rehabilitation, is the theme of a one-day event hosted by the College of Occupational Therapists in London on 14 April. The day aims to:

  • address the challenges presented by the DWP's framework document
  • discuss why and how the NHS can get, or keep, people working
  • enable medical and rehabilitation professionals to discuss what and where new models of vocational rehabilitation are needed
  • stimulate service planners to get this topic on the agenda of local health and social care economies.

Julian Topping, occupational health & safety policy lead at NHS Employers, will be involved in the stakeholder panel discussion sessions in the afternoon.

The standard cost for the event is £150.00, there is a discounted rate for members of British Association of Occupational Therapists, Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, voluntary and charitable organisations. The conference fee includes lunch, refreshments and conference documentation.

Further information, the programme and a registration form are available at www.cot.org.uk/public/events/intro/intro.php or by calling 020 8979 8300

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