Case managers are invited to take part in discussions to help shape the development of the Institute of Registered Case Managers (IRCM).
The organisation is holding a series of informal ‘check in’ sessions, aimed at updating on the progress of the IRCM and providing a forum for any questions.
The lunchtime sessions are aimed at stakeholders including case managers themselves, as well as providers and purchasers of case management services.
The IRCM is being established to focus on standards for case managers, bringing new levels of accountability and endorsement to case management, for the protection of clients and assurance of their families, authorities and commissioners.
The body has been created jointly by the British Association of Brain Injury and Complex Case Management (BABICM), the Case Management Society of the UK (CMSUK) and the Vocational Rehabilitation Association (VRA) and has been hailed as shaping the future of the profession.
Ultimately, following accreditation from the Professional Standards Authority (PSA), the IRCM – which recently unveiled a new logo and website – will develop a voluntary register of registered case managers, endorsing their capability to practice.
The ‘check in’ sessions are designed to provide timely updates and insight into the progression of the IRCM.
“These aren’t webinars, they are informal two-way sessions and we want you to get involved in the discussion,” said IRCM.
“As well as keeping you up to date with IRCM’s activities we want to collect your views and ideas and ensure you have an opportunity to share any concerns as together we shape the organisation.”
The next ‘check in’ will be held at midday on April 6, with the previous session featuring a presentation from Deborah Edwards on plans for registration.
Each session will be recorded and will be available on the IRCM website.
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