About us

About Us

The LNNM is a charity which works to support professionals working in inclusion health, to promote best practice and to develop inclusion health as a distinct, recognised speciality. The network has evolved from being a purely nurse, midwife and health visitor focused network to include allied health professionals, support workers peer advocates and students.

We hold a regular monthly network meeting where we catch up and discuss current issues in inclusion health provision. We also run regular events, usually with a focus on a clinical topic, and a yearly conference.

We maintain a website which is intended as a hub of information for members and other interested parties working in homelessness and we have a Facebook page, and tweet on issues relevant to homeless health. We also provide ad hoc informal support to members .

The group has achieved a increasing level of influence over the years, and currently sits on the Board of the London Homeless Health Programme. We have also recently fed into the development of NICE guidance and been involved in presenting evidence to government and in policy work with NHS England.

Many of our members have published on inclusion health, and hold key roles with influence in the sector.

You can see our most recent achievements and output summarised in our latest annual report.

 

 

 

 

 

Events

We hold a range of events focussed on support and learning for inclusion health professionals. We also hold a yearly conference, and a network meeting every other month.

Our network meetings often include specialist speakers, and are an opportunity to check in, catch up and share experiences of our work. 

Our events and meetings are currently all online due to COVID-19.

Resources

Our website contains a range of inclusion health resources.

News

BLOG: The government have committed to make it directly illegal for landlords or agents to have blanket bans on renting to people who receive benefits – as well as families with children.

It's one (huge) step closer to ending income discrimination.
http://shltr.org.uk/j8t

The six shortlisted projects (in alphabetical order) are:

⭐Camden CAPP
⭐Greenwich Winter Night Shelter
⭐Pathway
⭐Providence Row
⭐Riverside
⭐Thames Reach

#LondonHomelessnessAwards #LHA2022 https://twitter.com/LHAwards1/status/1539999241103360008

Well done to all those shortlisted. Such a great award that helps profile great practice in homelessness in London @LHAwards1

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