Rehabilitation Brochure


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Rehabilitation Brochure

  1. 1. For programme details, speakers, and to book visit: Rehabilitation Services Conference BSI & UKRC Conference 5 April 2011Improving quality, efficiency and rehabilitation outcomes CBI Conference Centre, LondonThe rehabilitation sector in the UK has grown rapidly in Sponsored by:the past ten years. The UKRCs Rehabilitation Standardsand PAS 150 set out good practices when purchasingand delivering rehabilitation services in all sectors,regardless of their employment environment,target population or area of specific expertise.By attending the conference you will:• Receive the latest update on rehabilitation policy Supporting organizations:• Get practical guidance on implementing the Code of Practice and find out how it can help you to improve the quality and outcome of rehabilitation services• Hear from leading rehabilitation practitioners and share experiences on overcoming challenges in everyday practice• Actively participate in open discussions with experts and peers• Debate on how to improve service quality and outcomes• Understand legal and insurance issues in rehabilitation. Vocational Rehabilitation Services
  2. 2. Providing Rehabilitation Services ConferenceImproving quality, efficiency and rehabilitation outcomesConference Programme 5 April 20119:00 - 9:30 Registration and coffee 11:20 - 11:45 Addressing the Rehabilitation Quality and aspirations of employees living with Outcomes - Practitioners Views9:30 - 9:40 Chairman’s Introduction health conditions, injury or disabilityCatherine McLoughlin CBE, • Research into what people want from work 13:30 - 13:45 Case study – TBI returnChair of the Rehabilitation Council and employment support to work – a complex journey • Aspirations - careers not just jobs • Home based rehabilitation – the role in9:40 - 10:05 Department of Health – • Good practice and learning vocational rehabilitationThe latest update Liz Sayce • Initial rehabilitation focus• Structure and roles CEO, RADAR • The route to progress• Policy context and rationale • Intervention and outcomes• Implications 11:45 - 12:05 Questions and answers • The futureKaren Middleton Dr Diane PlayfordChief Health Professions Officer, • The moral of the journey Head of Vocational Rehabilitation Group, BSRMDepartment of Health Heather Batey Liz Sayce Director, Reach Personal Injuries Ltd CEO, RADAR10:05 - 10:30 Keynote -Government reforms 13:45 - 14:00 Case study – Staying 11:45 - 12:05 Employers’ perspective active and working• Where are we now? • Work support for people who have recently• Delivery of a reformed system • How to manage musculoskeletal problems returned to employment following a long• Challenges and opportunities • The importance of symptomatic relief and absence• The future activity in musculoskeletal rehabilitation • Work support for people with fluctuatingLord David Freud • How to avoid a long term disability health conditionsMinister for Welfare Reform, DWP Dr Nick Kendall Bruce Kernes Health Services Consultant, KendallBurton Department Head of Vocational Rehabilitation,10:30 - 10:45 Questions and answers RemployKaren Middleton 14:00 - 14:15 Case study – Injury toChief Health Professions Officer, independenceDepartment of Health 12:05 - 12:25 Supporting rehabilitation – The employees view • Goals and outcomes of rehabilitation for anLord David Freud individual with a high level spinal cord injuryMinister for Welfare Reform, DWP • Rehabilitation cannot be separated from the general occupational health agenda • Managing the impairment • Current access to rehabilitation • Increasing the activity10:45 - 11:00 Morning tea and coffee • Some problems • Aiming for participation • Way forward Dot Tussler11:00 - 11:20 Vocational rehabilitation Superintendent Physiotherapist, Spinal Cordfor long term neurological conditions Hugh Robertson Senior Health and Safety Officer, TUC Injuries, National Spinal Injuries Centre,• Health services and disability Stoke Mandeville• How successful is the NHS in providing vocational rehabilitation for people with 12:25 - 12:45 Table discussion Welfare reform and its effect on rehabilitation 14:15 - 14:30 Case study – Severe health needs? head injury – when the law, clinical service providers• Long term sustainability – is it achievable? practice and mental capacity collide• Improving process, structures and • Multiple problems after severe head injury commissioning to support partnership working 12:45 - 13:30 Lunch • Multiple clinical inputs neededDr Diane Playford • The nature and role of case managementHead of Vocational Rehabilitation Group, BSRM • Quality assuring input Dr Neil Brooks Consultant Neuropsychologist and Director, Rehab Without WallsAbout BSI ConferencesBSI conferences bring together key players to learn about latest trends, regulations and topical issues withopportunities for delegates to take part in open discussions and debates led by panels of expert speakers. Inaddition, these conferences may have workshops running alongside to provide guidance and practical advice.With relevant and up-to-date information, presented in an accessible and appropriate manner, you will leaveone of our events better equipped to face your professional challenges and +44 (0)20 8996 9001 +44 (0)20 8996 7001
  3. 3. BSI Conference Series14:30 - 14:45 Questions and answersHeather Batey Legal and Insurance Perspective Conference outlineDirector, Reach Personal Injuries Ltd 16:00 - 16:20 Legal perspective This conference will provide you with insightDr Nick Kendall in personal injury claims into the latest regulatory policy and howHealth Services Consultant, KendallBurton • An analysis of the law that supports the it will affect rehabilitation service providers,Dot Tussler purchasers and users. It will also demonstrate rehabilitation process in personal injury claimsSuperintendent Physiotherapist, Spinal Cord how the UKRCs Rehabilitation Standards • How lawyers are encouraged to engage in - Hallmarks of a good provider and PAS 150 –Injuries, National Spinal Injuries Centre,Stoke Mandeville this process Code of practice can help to improve qualityDr Neil Brooks • Identify a suitable rehabilitation provider and rehabilitation outcomes, as well as examineConsultant Neuropsychologist and Director, • Engagement with NHS services how they relate to other existing standards.Rehab Without Walls Colin Ettinger Real life case studies will highlight best Partner, Irwin Mitchell Solicitors practice in purchasing and providing quality14:45 - 15:00 Afternoon tea and coffee rehabilitation services and identify solutions 16:20 - 16:40 How insurers engage to overcome challenges and attain the best with the rehabilitation process possible outcomes.Standards In Action • The insurance industry Rehabilitation Code of Open discussions and an interactive workshop15:00 - 15:20 The implementation Best Practice session will provide you with the opportunityof PAS 150 Code of practice • Insurers and their investment in rehabilitation to share your experiences and discuss issues• Practical guidance • The importance of quality assurance that matter to you and your everyday practice.• Interactive workshop – Amanda Stevens Identifying areas for improvement Association of Personal Injury Lawyers Key speakersJudith Allanson Mark BaylisEvelyn Trust Consultant in Neurorehabilitation, Consultant, Chair of the IUA-ABI Rehabilitation Lord David FreudCambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Working Party Minister for Welfare Reform, DWPTrust, Addenbrookes Hospital Karen Middleton 16:40 - 16:50 Questions & answers Chief Health Professions Officer,15:20 - 15:40 UKRC Rehabilitation Colin Ettinger Department of HealthStandards Partner, Irwin Mitchell Solicitors Liz Sayce• What they mean to you and how to use Amanda Stevens CEO, Radar Association of Personal Injury Lawyers them Dr Diane Playford Mark BaylisHelen Merfield Consultant, Chair of the IUA-ABI Rehabilitation Head of Vocational Rehabilitation Group,Founding Board Member, UKRC Working Party BSRMJoy ReymondHead of Rehabilitation Services, Unum 16:50 – Chairman’s closing remarks Who should attend? Catherine McLoughlin CBE,15:40 - 16:00 Table discussion Chair of the Rehabilitation Council All those who have an interest or work in theThe UKRC Standards and PAS 150 - Have your say field of rehabilitation, including all levels of practitioners, clinical and vocational providers, occupational health, purchasers of rehabilitationConference timings services, central and local government, the NHS,Registration: 08:30 - 09:00 Conference begins: 09:30 Conference closes: 17:00 community teams, employers, people usingPlease note, timings are provided for guidance only and may be subject to change. rehabilitation services, their advocates and carers, third sector organisations and manyDrinks reception: 17:00 others including:Delegates are cordially invited to a complimentary drinks reception at the close of the conference. The drinks reception • Rehabilitation Case Managersis an ideal forum for networking opportunities and discussing the day’s findings. • Vocational Rehabilitation Consultants • Occupational Health Managers • Occupational Therapists • General PractitionersSponsorship and partner opportunities • Clinical Directors • PhysiotherapistsThrough BSI conferences and events your company will be able to reach your target marketand showcase your new products and solutions. If you are interested in promoting your • Psychotherapistscompany, its products or services at the conference, please call 020 8996 7371 or emailaskydesta@bsigroup.comIf you would like to work with BSI on a contra basis as either a supporting organizationor a media partner for the conference, please call 020 8996 7705 or +44 (0)20 8996 9001 +44 (0)20 8996 7001
  4. 4. BSI & UKRC Providing Rehabilitation Services Conference FIVE EASY WAYS5 April 2011, CBI Conference Centre, London TO BOOK DELEGATE DETAILS Online: 1 Mr/Ms/Miss/Mrs/Dr/Other First Name(s) Surname Email: Job Title Organization Address Postcode Country Telephone: Tel Fax +44 (0)20 8996 9001 Email Fax: 2 Mr/Ms/Miss/Mrs/Dr/Other First Name(s) +44 (0)20 8996 7001 Surname Job Title Organization Mail: Send your completed form to: Address Customer Services Postcode Country BSI Tel Fax 389 Chiswick High Road London Email W4 4AL BSI Membership No. (if applicable) Please retain a copy for your records. PRICING Standard pricing Conference only Conference Information Please  your selection(s) 5 April 2011 Full joining instructions will be sent UKRC & BSI member rate £150.00 + VAT upon receipt and confirmation of your booking. If you have not received your *Non member rate £250.00 + VAT confirmed instructions within 3 days, please call Customer Services on Discounts: +44 (0)20 8996 9001 to confirm your booking has been placed. *Registered Charities are entitled to 20% discount. Member discount applies to members on provision of appropriate membership number or booking code on conference bookings If you have 5 or more delegates, please contact +44 (0)20 8996 7744 for group package rates. Terms and Conditions: All cancellations and name change requests must be made in writing to the Head of Delegate Total Payable: £ Administration either by email, fax or letter and will be acknowledged in writing. Contact details are: PAYMENT DETAILS Head of Delegate Administration Customer Services BSI BSI Group Headquarters Cheque: Please make payable to BSI 389 Chiswick High Road London W4 4AL Credit Card: Please complete as follows Fax: 020 8996 7001 Email: Credit Card details: VISA MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS A full refund will be given if you cancel earlier than one calendar month before the event. If you cancel after that date or do not attend, no refund will be given. There is no charge to request a delegate name change. If you are travelling from overseas we recommend you Credit Card No. confirm your visa (if applicable) before booking your place. All bookings for events are subject to VAT (or local Expiry Date Cardholder Name equivalent if the event is not held in the UK) and payment terms of 30 days. If you are a non UK company you may be entitled to claim back the VAT Please debit my/our Credit Card to the sum of £ through HMRC. (see for more information). BSI reserves the right at any time and without prior Signature Date notice to change the venue and/or speakers and/or programme and/or price from that described. BSI accepts no responsibility for the views expressed by the speakers or any other persons present at the event. BSI reserves the right to cancel the event, in which case Your contact details will be used to complete your request. We will send you relevant information about our products and a full refund will be given. BSI does not accept liability services that may be of interest to you by post or via email. If you do not wish to be kept up-to-date please tick this box. for any travel, accommodation or any other costs. We will never supply your information to third parties for marketing purposes. BSI handles all personal information in Delegate contact details will not be passed to any third compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the EU Communications Directive 2002. party; however the conference handbook will include a Sign up now to receive FREE regular email updates from BSI on conferences and training. list of delegate and company names correct at the time Register at 2/11 of print. The handbook is protected by copyright. Attendees are not permitted to record any part of the event. All conferences will be delivered in English unless otherwise stated.Book online at