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Part four: Virtual assessments during the pandemic – what could have been done differently?

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Part four: Virtual assessments during the pandemic – what could have been done differently?

In the fourth instalment of our five-part roundtable series on virtual assessments and assistive technologies, the six industry specialists reflect on how they handled the shift to virtual assessments in their various areas of business and healthcare. With the benefit of hindsight, they deep dive into what could have been done differently and why, as well as consider the learnings from that time that can be applied today.


BHTA Roundtable – Virtual assessments and assistive technologies

Part four: Virtual assessments during the pandemic – what could have been done differently?

Overview: Our experts reflect on how they handled the shift to virtual assessments in their various areas of business and healthcare.

Panel:
► William Lee, Head of Policy and Compliance at the BHTA (Roundtable chair)
► Clare Barber, Professional Services Manager at DLF
► James Bennett, Sales and Marketing Director at Care & Independence
► Julie Blake, Senior Clinical Manager at NRS Healthcare
► Matthew James, Director of Precision Rehab
► Rachel Russell, Senior Regional Advisor for Foundations

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