Disability and Post-16 Education and Skills Pathways: This event will bring together key speakers and representatives from the Department for Education, National Development Team for Inclusion, Further Education Colleges, service providers, parents and other stakeholders to share best practice and raise awareness of new policies and developments about educational and career options for young people when they reach age 16. To be held 10:00am – 4:30pm 19 October 2017 at Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road. Find out more
The Cumbria Mental Health Provider Forum meeting is on Wednesday 20 September, from 10.30am to 12.30pm at Glenmore Trust Offices (Cumbria House, Gilwilly Rd, Penrith CA11 9FF)
If you want to know more contact
Jozi Brown Senior Engagement Officer Cumbria CVS
Shaddongate Resource Centre
Cumbria CA2 5TY
Tel: 01768 800350
The biggest event of the year for Academic Health Science Networks – the Health and Care Innovation Expo, at Manchester Central on 11 and 12 September.
It’s great that once again it is in the North West and promises to be better than ever, with inspirational speakers and an exhibition packed with the latest tech and systems transforming health care.
The AHSN Network will have a stand and a number of speaker sessions; you can find out more about EXPO here.
JOIN US AT: Ecosystem 12 ‘Digital innovations for mental health’
Date: 20 June 2017, 9.00am until 1.30pm Venue: Liverpool
From Cumbria CVS – well worth joining them!
Training: Volunteering: Funding
Become a member of Cumbria CVS and take advantage of excellent members’ rates for our training, events and services. Call us on 01768 800350, email email@example.com or visit http://www.cumbriacvs.org.uk
12noon-1.30pm Kendal Town Hall, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 4DL
As part of Volunteers’ Week 2017, Cumbria CVS is holding a Volunteering Fair where people interested in volunteering can find out more about the opportunities available. This fair provides a fantastic opportunity to meet and talk to representatives from over 14 local organisations who are looking to recruit new volunteers. They will be on hand for you to talk to informally and discuss volunteering. They represent a range of opportunities including areas such as care, advice work, older people, homeless, ex-offenders, gardening, mental health, fundraising, medical loan, retail, administration, children, carers, disability, IT, driving, befriending and youth, etc. Organisations attending include: Age UK South Lakeland, Leonard Cheshire Disability, Quaker Tapestry Ltd, Fairoak Housing Association, Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, British Red Cross, South Lakes Foyer, Depaul UK, South Lakeland Mind, Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service, Prison Advice Care Trust, Brewery Arts Centre and Rosemere Cancer Foundation.
The event is anyone who would like to find out more about local volunteering opportunities – please feel free to drop in at any time – you are very welcome.
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“This conference will analyse immediate trauma care, decisions taken by neurosurgeons, rehabilitation on the ward, decisions about onward rehabilitation and getting back to the home environment and will relate in particular to the impact of litigation.
This event is the UK’s premier Neuro Legal Conference and offers an outstanding day of learning content and unrivalled networking opportunities.
The conference itself takes place in One Great George Street, Westminster, London on Thursday 13th July 2017.
Please find attached the flyer and booking form.
Fieldfisher are also delighted to host a post conference drinks reception which will be held in the Council Room at One Great George Street.
This course will be accredited 4.5 points by both APIL and the CPD Service.
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This event is “designed for anyone with an interest in neuroscience” and “marks the beginning of a new way of approaching neuroscience and provides the opportunity to debate ideas, discuss the pros and cons of methodology and research, learn new points of view, and highlight strengths and weaknesses of current and future technology.”
Date: 27 March 2017, venue: Francis Crick Institute, London.
More details: World Neuroscience Innovation Forum
Message from Helen Hills Regional Healthcare Engagement Manager Mobile 07710 709 440 thebraintumourcharity.org
Improving patient experience together
‘We’re excited to be hosting our annual Nurse and AHP Study Day on Friday 19 May, where nurses and allied health professionals working with adults living with a brain tumour can hear from expert speakers on topics central to the care of those affected by brain tumours.’
CPD accredited event, you will get the opportunity to hear about the experience of a high grade and low grade patient and be informed by world-leading experts about the latest developments in brain tumour treatment and care. There will also be an opportunity to network with colleagues during the day and at the drinks reception at the end.
Please have a look at the current programme for the event with confirmed speakers (attached). We will be sending out a final programme once all speakers are confirmed. The event poster is also attached if you want to have a look and share with colleagues.
Date: Friday 19th May 2017 Time: Registration 09.00 – 09.30, End of Sessions at 17:00, Drinks reception to follow
Venue: The Birmingham Conference & Events Centre, Hill Street, Birmingham, B5 4EW
Please note, places are limited and there is currently an Early Bird discounted price of £30 per person.
Group bookings of 3 or more will get a reduced price of £25 per person. (*book by 19 April for these discounted fees)