Only 24 hours remain for nominations for this year’s CMSUK Awards.
The CMSUK Awards 2022 this year focus on recognising innovation by those working in case management in the ever-changing world, and commitment to clients.
The awards have received a strong response from case managers and those working in associated sectors, but any last-minute entries can still be made ahead of tomorrow’s deadline.
Categories open for entry are:
- Catastrophic Clinical Case Manager
- Clinical Case Manager
- Case Manager Supporter (Internal)
- Service Provider (External)
- Partnership Initiative Award
- Rehabilitation Innovation Award
- Case Management Company (Small)
- Case Management Company (Large)
The theme of ‘Overcoming challenges in an ever-evolving world’ has been chosen to recognise the turbulent times in which we live and work, and how the dedication of case managers and other professionals to achieving the best outcomes for clients only increases in the face of that.
Having been a virtual occasion last year due to the ongoing restrictions of COVID-19, with a reduced number of categories open for submission, the awards return to an in-person celebration event in London.
The deadline for entries comes ahead of the judging process, announcement of the finalists, and winners being named at the celebration lunch on September 23.
“It is fantastic to see how case managers are using innovation and reflection to maximise outcomes for clients in this ever-evolving landscape,” says Niccola Irwin, director of CMSUK.
“The world is changing all the time, with challenges constantly arising in addition to everything we have been through over the past two years, and case managers are doing some great work in helping clients through this.
“Having had a very pared back awards last year, we are now able to return to being able to give recognition in more areas – for example, we realise that catastrophic work is very different with its own challenges, so we have the opportunity to acknowledge that.
“We also have the external and internal awards, as well as the partnership award, which are able to showcase a portfolio of work and demonstrate multi-agency input, which can be hugely effective.
“We also have the large and small case management company awards, which again acknowledges that both companies work in very different ways, with different practices and approaches. We are very pleased to be able to recognise this again.
“We are looking forward to being back together in-person at what promises to be a lovely afternoon and hope to see many of our colleagues there.”
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