Events

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 month.

Our events and meetings are currently mostly online due to COVID-19. There will an event introducing our new Tissue Viability guidance shortly, and details will be advertised soon.

Videos of talks from previous events can be seen on our Youtube page here.

In the mean time please do join our Network Meetings. Our network meetings often include specialist speakers, and are an opportunity to check in, catch up and share experiences of our work.

 

 

 

 

 

Past Events

Autism in Inclusion Health

July 2021

The guidance this event was based on can be viewed and downloaded here

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Nurses and Midwives working in inclusion health

An event for students on inclusion health careers

May 2021

The accompanying career profile document can be viewed and downloaded here

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Street Related Outreach Guidance Launch Event

Launch event for our first clinical guidance document with a wide range of expert speakers

Jan 2021

The guidance can be viewed and downloaded here

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“Activism in Action”  – What Can We Do? 

In collaboration with Medact

Nov 2020

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“The Voice of the Inclusion Health Frontline During COVID-19”

An online symposium featuring an expert panel and facilitated discussion groups.

Sep 2020

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Thanks as always to the London Housing Foundation for providing vital grants to facilitate our events, and Groundswell staff and peers for co-producing our events with us!

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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