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case conference

A meeting attended by representatives from the agencies involved with a particular care user and his/her carer(s) to plan future provision of health and/or social services.
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A number of potential suspects have been quietly mentioned by investigators during case conferences but there is no solid evidence to link them to the crime.
Participate in treatment planning for each student at their respective case conferences.
Approximately 40 per cent involves ACFI (Aged Care Funding Instrument) documentation, assessments, case conferences etc.
A Cardiff council spokesman responded: "It is very unusual for an elected politician to attend child protection case conferences or core groups in an advocacy capacity.
Egol, Koval, and Zuckerman present students, educators, and working healthcare professionals with the fifth edition of their handbook on the care of fractures in a variety of medical contexts, assembled from handouts produced in conjunction with a series of weekly, topic-related fracture case conferences presented since the 1980s at the Hospital for Joint Diseases, New York.
A key area of concern has been child protection case conferences where GPs, police and other staff too frequently fail to attend, often saying they have no information on a case.
New school nurses will probably turn straight to the chapter entitled 'Child Protection', which is a short chapter outlining case conferences and providing some case studies, which touch upon some of the main school nurse issues.
Approximately 2 student-led case conferences are held each month (beginning in month 2 of the year of this study), each lasting 90 minutes and focusing on 2 cases from the full spectrum of clerkships.
The advice lawyers do not accompany parties to hearings, case conferences or negotiate with counsel for the other party.
Among many other good works, Helen is also a parent advocate accompanying mums and dads to meetings, case conferences, and offers advice for them on benefits and helping with a child's educational and group needs.
The book is based on the format of a series of case conferences with medical students at Harvard.
The film prepares midwifery students to participate in child protection case conferences.