LNNM Conferences

Our conferences are one of the highlights of our year, offering the chance for London nurses, midwives working with people experiencing homelessness, allied professionals, experts by experience and policy makers to come together to learn, share practice, feed into future strategy, celebrate our work and network!

It’s also an opportunity to celebrate nursing and frontline health care practitioner excellence.

We aim to offer engaging speakers each year, as well as interactive workshops and focus group sessions, a poster competition, an award ceremony as well as great entertainment.

7th Annual Conference 2023

Organisational Neglect – Where is the line?

On the 9th June 2023, around  170 delegates came along to our 7th Annual Conference at Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre in London.

This year we considered the concept of Organisational Neglect.

Organisational Neglect (sometimes referred to as institutional abuse) is neglect and poor care practice within an institution or specific care setting such as a hospital or hostels.  This can range from a one-off incident to on-going ill-treatment.

Although we know that individual staff in inclusion health services battle every day to get the best service for their clients, we also know that the barriers to providing best care are immense, and that care and support failures are commonplace.

The conference included fantastic keynote speakers, workshops and a focus group sessions, where we asked participants to reflect and consider ‘Where is the line?’

6th Annual Conference 2022

Making Sense of Self Neglect

On the 1st April 2022, we held our 6th Annual Conference at St-Martins-in-the-Field, London.

The conference theme was Self Neglect.

Self-neglect is an extreme lack of self-care. It is sometimes associated with hoarding and may be a result of other issues such as addictions. It implies a lack of self-care that threatens personal health and safety. It includes neglecting to care for one’s personal hygiene, health or surroundings, and also the inability to avoid future harm as a result of self-neglect. It often involves a failure to seek help or access services to meet health and social care needs and an inability or unwillingness to manage one’s personal affair.


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