Brownbill Associates – On the Road 2017

Brownbill Associates are exhibiting at two conferences in the coming months:

The 2nd International Case Management Conference
BABICM/CMSUK and VRA: Together
11 and 12 May 2017

East Midlands Conference Centre, University Park, Nottingham NG7 2QL
The Conference will include a wide range of inspiring speakers and delegates will have the opportunity to update their knowledge, browse the exhibition, meet colleagues from all over the country and share in the vibrancy of this popular two day event.

The Conference will have international speakers and four themed streams of Mental Health, Children and Young People, Commercial Awareness and Clinical.

The Conference will include poster presentations by BABICM, CMSUK, and VRA who are delighted to offer the opportunity to highlight good practice in rehabilitation and case management.

The APIL Advanced Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Conference 2017
28 – 29 June 2017
Chesford Grange, Near Kenilworth, Warwick

The two day event will bring delegates up to date on the most recent and advanced developments in brain and spinal cord injuries, to help achieve the best possible outcome for clients.

Medical experts and leading practitioners will come together during the two programme and presentations will include:

• How digital health can help catastrophically injured people
• Interim payment applications
• Contentious issues: mental capacity and deputyship
• Periodical payments and financial planning
• Functional neurological disorders
• Dealing with forensic issues
• Radiological imaging and standards
• Understanding and managing cross over personal injury and clinical negligence claims
• Registered intermediaries and their use
• Schedules masterclass
• Vocational rehab for spinal cord injuries
• Neuropsychological rehabilitation
• Epilepsy
• Urology/bowel and bladder management
• Key case update

Brownbill Associates are proud to be involved in these prestigious events.

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