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BADth CPD day - Research - Outcome Measures 17th November 2018

Outcome Measures - a BADth CPD day on Saturday 17th November 2018 - 10.30-17.00 (Registration 10.00) in Central London.

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This workshop will be a mixture of teaching and active practical exercises exploring the use of outcome measures in Dramatherapy in a variety of settings and with a range of client populations. We will consider the role of Outcome Measures in contributing to effective practice and how best to select, implement and eventually disseminate outcome information with patients, service leads, commissioners and within our own profession. Participants will have an opportunity to trial a range of measures and begin to consider which measures might best suit their current and future practice.  The day aims to be a stimulating and enjoyable look at our how we can continue to understand and improve our practice.  In addition to the day’s learning participants will leave with a resource pack of OMs and a reading list identifying future online learning sources to continue developing skills in utilising Outcome Measures.

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 The British Association of Dramatherapists (BADth) is the professional body for Dramatherapists in the United Kingdom. It was established in 1977, is formally constituted with Officers and an Executive Committee and has its own Code of Practice. BADth has the legal status of a non-profit-making company, limited by guarantee. Currently, it does not have charitable status. Through the work of its executive officers, sub-committees and individual members, it represents Dramatherapists' interests in numerous ways: for example, with employing authorities, government departments, professional bodies and the media.