‘Integrating Services for Inclusive Healthcare’
Friday 12th May 2017, 9.00am – 17.00pm
Hillsong, Unit 3, The Warehouse Project, Stockholm Road, SE16 3LP
Tickets are now on sale for the 4th conference of the London Network of Nurses and Midwives Homelessness Group. Not just for nurses and midwives – anyone working in, volunteering in or interested in inclusion health is very welcome!
This is a great value networking and CPD opportunity…
Confirmed contributors are:
- Dame Eileen Sills, Chief Nurse and Director of Patient Experience, Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
- Dr Alistair Story, Clinical Lead, Find and Treat
- Melu Mekonnen, Homeless Health Peer Advocate, Groundswell
- Kenny Gibson, Head of Public Health Commissioning, NHS London
- Dr Sara Ketteley, Consultant Psychiatrist, Great Chapel Street
- Louise Butler, Westminster Safeguarding Adults Lead
- Briony Sloper, Director of Nursing and Quality, London Ambulance Service
- David Orekoya, Lead Commissioner, Health Improvement, Lambeth
- Jemell Geraghty and Lydia Barry Lead Nurses for Tissue Viability, Royal Free Hospital
- Julie Culling, Sepsis Nurse, The UK Sepsis Trust
- Kay Foxall, Solicitor, Southwark Law Centre
- Niamh Brophy, Palliative Care Coordinator, St Mungos and Dr Caroline Shulman, GP and Principle Investigator End of Life Care Project
- Barney Wells, Director / Social Work, Enabling Assessment Service, London
- Dr Rudi Pittrof, Sexual Health Consultant and Stephanie Broughton, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights, Inclusion and Empowerment project
- Jo Prestidge, Innovation and Good Practice Project Manager, Homeless Link
- Abi Brunswick, Director, Project 17
- Jane Cook, Integration Lead, Kings Health Partners Pathway Homeless Team and Carmen Rojas, Service Manager, Three Borough Services
- Felicity Reed, Practice Lead, Southwark Pause project
- Serena Luchenski, Public Health Registrar, Farr Institute
- Dr Joanne Wood, Chartered Forensic Psychologist, Manchester Probation
- Dr Louise Restrick, London Respiratory Team (Room to Breathe project)
It will be a packed day with a panel discussion, breakout workshops, a poster competition, quiz, lunch and a performance from the Choir with No Name and an evening reception. Workshops will profile integrated homeless services, services allied to homelessness, and provide clinical updates. The completed programme is available here.
As usual the event will be co-produced with Groundswell.
Buy tickets from Eventbrite
TICKET PRICE ONLY £40!!!
Student tickets £10 / head (or approach us for a bursary)
Service users / Expert by Experience are very welcome (free tickets are available)