- Making the case for OH case management
- Applying the biopsychosocial model in your OH practice
- Case management in practice
- Motivational interviewing and communication skills
- Difficult cases
- Long-term conditions
- Mental health case management
- Legal framework
Benefits of attending
How will gaining this qualification benefit you and your organisation?
You will gain:
- A comprehensive understanding of the importance of the role that OH can play as case management coordinator
- A detailed knowledge of the biopsychosocial model and how it can be used to identify obstacles to job retention or return-to-work
- A structured approach to case management, from drawing up return-to-work and job-retention plans, to putting these into practice and evaluating their success
- In-depth comprehension of the theory and practical skills required to manage complex cases, from chronic conditions to mental health
- Guidance on legal obligations
This course will equip you with the theory and practice to improve your case management skills – helping your organisation to reduce the burden of long-term absence by improving return-to-work and job retention outcomes.
Who is the course designed for?
The course is designed for occupational physicians, occupational health nurses, case managers and people working in OH-related disciplines whose roles encompass case management.
Continuing professional development (CPD)
Self-certification schemes: 18 hours for attending the course.
Additional CPD can be gained from undertaking the course assignment.
Assignment and certification
In order to qualify for the Certificate in OH Case Management, delegates must attend at least 80% of the course. Following the course, students will undertake an assignment demonstrating their understanding of the theory and skills taught in the course. Students who successfully complete the assignment will be awarded The At Work Partnership’s Certificate in OH Case Management.
About Brunel University London
This qualification is run by The At Work Partnership with the support of Brunel University London.
The Department of Clinical Sciences is part of the College of Health and Life Sciences at Brunel University London. It specialises in courses that enable graduates and postgraduates ‘to make a real difference to the world around them’. The Department has four divisions i) Occupational Therapy and Community Nursing, ii) Physiotherapy and Physician Associate, iii) Social Work and iv) Health Sciences. Brunel University London aims to be a key part of health research in the UK. For more information, please visit https://www.brunel.ac.uk/specialist-community-public-health-nursing