Events and Training

Our events and training are focused on support and learning for inclusion health professionals.  These include our annual conference, masterclasses and regular network meetings.

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.






Forthcoming Events

Homelessness and Safeguarding – Complex Case Review forum

20th February 2024, 3.30pm to 5.00pm

Free, online

This is the last in our series of masterclasses in partnership with Professor Michael Preston Shoot and Mike Ward.

These sessions provide an opportunity for practitioners to discuss complex and challenging cases involving people experiencing homelessness, alcohol-dependence and/or self-neglect.  Michael and Mike will join us to offer perspectives and ideas drawn from their research, and from their adult safeguarding practice and review experience.

Past Events

Autism in Inclusion Health

July 2021

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


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


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


“Activism in Action”  – What Can We Do? 

In collaboration with Medact

Nov 2020


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

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

Sep 2020


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!


If anyone’s going to be released from prison early, I hope it’s not going to be to the streets

How exactly do health communities help human beings to thrive? What is about them that is so essential to the way we function as individuals? What can we do, in the midst of escalating poverty & disconnection, to strengthen our communities?


We are calling for an independent urgent review of @CamdenCouncil's rough sleeping services.

NOT an internal review!
That's simply unacceptable...

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