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International Conference on Homelessness, Health and Inclusion #hhi13
27 Feb 2013
Broadcast from London.

The UK Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health’s first international conference on improving the health of the poorest fastest will be broadcast on 27 February and 28 February 2012.

A panel of leading international and national experts will inform discussions on tackling health inequalities and implementing health equity strategies and effective health service responses.

This online event is sponsored by Pathway (the homeless health charity) and promoted by the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health with support from University College London’s Grand Challenge’s programme, the Department of Health’s Inclusion Health Unit and UCL Partners.

Programme

Day 1 - 27 Feb 2013

09:45
Jim O’Connell MD, President, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program
Welcome and introduction from conference chair

09:50
Anna Soubry MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health
Ministerial keynote address - including questions

10:20
Professor Sir Michael Marmot, Director, UCL Institute of Health Equity and MRC Research Professor in Epidemiology
Fair Society, Healthy Lives – health inequalities and the most marginalised

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10:40
Professor Barry McCormick CBE, Director, Centre for Health Service Economics and Organisation
Counting the cost

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11:00
Questions and discussion
11:15
Break
11:50
Freek Spinnewijn, Director, European Federation of National Organisations Working with the Homeless, FEANTSA
Homelessness - Pan-European Policy Perspectives

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12:10
Professor Steve Field CBE, Deputy National Medical Director - Health Inequalities; Chairman, National Inclusion Health Board; and General Practitioner at Bellevue Medical Centre, Birmingham
Health equality and integration – a statutory duty

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12:30
Local government
Speaker to be confirmed

12:50
Questions and discussion:
13:00
Break
14:00
Leslie Morphy OBE, Chief Executive, Crisis
Welcome and introduction from session chair

14:05
Jim O’Connell MD, President, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program
Health Services for Homeless People - systematic city-wide approach

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14:25
Nienke Boesveldt, Projectleider Dienst WZS, Municipality of Amsterdam
Ending homelessness – integrated national approach

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14:40
Dr Austin O’Carroll, GP Mountjoy Street Family Practice, Dublin and Safetynet Network of Specialised Services for Homeless People
Specialised Services for Homeless People

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14:55
Charles Fraser CBE, FRSA, Chief Executive, St Mungo’s
Historical perspectives – health care for homeless people

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15:10
Questions and discussion:
15:20
Break
15:45
Dr Nigel Hewett OBE, Medical Director, London Pathway
Welcome and introduction from session chair

15:50
Professor Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Professor of Housing and Social Policy, Heriot-Watt University
Multiple Exclusion Homelessness in the UK

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16:10
Against Social exclusion – the Diogenes paradigm
- John Adlam, Consultant Psychotherapist, South London and Maudsley Foundation NHS Trust
- Christopher Scanlon FRSA, Consultant Psychotherapist in Adult and Forensic Mental Health; Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Centre for Understanding Social Practices (CUSP), University of the West of England; Visiting Senior Lecturer, Psychosocial Studies, University of East London

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16:30
Professor Aidan Halligan, Chairman, Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health
Why do we need a Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health?

16:50
Questions and discussion:
17:00
Break
17:30
Workshops
One of the following workshops will be broadcast

17:30
Workshop 1: Inclusion Health – what are the evidence gaps?
Chair:
Dr Andrew Hayward, UCL Department of Infection and Population Health
Facilitators:
Dr Bobbie Jacobson OBE, Director, London Health Observatory
Dr Tim Robson, GP Meadowell, a social enterprise primary care service for the homeless in Watford Herts

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17:30
Workshop 2: Intermediate Care – The missing link?
Chair:
Jim O’Connell MD, President, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program
Facilitators:
Samantha Dorney-Smith, joint service lead, the Three Boroughs’ Health Inclusion Team;
Phil Astley, Honorary Research Associate, The Bartlett, University College London

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17:30
Workshop 3: Psychologically Informed Environments – The life of PIE (Psychologically Informed Environments)
Chair:
Dr Nick Maguire, Clinical Psychologist, Director of Programmes, AU Psychology, University of Southampton
Facilitators:
Helen Keats, Rough Sleeping Advisor
Peter Cockersell, Director of Health and Recovery, St Mungo’s

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17:30
Workshop 4: Taking healthcare to the street - Outreach
Chair:
Jim Withers MD, Medical Director and Founder, The Street Medicine Institute, USA
Facilitators:
Dr Alistair Story, Clinical Nurse Lead, TB Find & Treat
Dr Austin O’Carroll, GP Mountjoy Street Family Practice, Dublin and Safetynet Network of Specialised Services for Homeless People

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18:30
Day 1: End of broadcast

Day 2 - 28 Feb 2013

10:00
Professor Sir Muir Gray, NHS Quality Improvement Programme
Chair’s opening remarks

10:05
Dr Alistair Story, Clinical Nurse Lead, TB Find & Treat
Multiple Morbidity and Inverse Care

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10:25
Jim Withers MD, Medical Director and Founder, The Street Medicine Institute
The Street Medicine Movement in the US and abroad

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10:45
Dr Sally Reynolds, GP Luther Street Medical Centre, Oxford
25 years in homeless primary care in the UK

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11:05
Questions and discussion:
11:15
Break
11:45
Workshops
One of the following workshops will be broadcast

11:45
Workshop 5: Mental Health
Chair:
Peter Cockersell, Director of Health and Recovery, St Mungo’s-
Facilitators:
Dr Philip Timms, Consultant Psychiatrist, START Homeless Team-
John Conolly, Lead Counsellor, Westminster Homeless Health Counselling Service, Central London Community Health NHS Trust
Paul Ashton, Ex-Service User

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11:45
Workshop 6: Standards, Guidance and Training
Chair:
Dr Nigel Hewett OBE, Medical Director, Pathway
Facilitators:
Jane Gray, Director and Consultant Nurse, Inclusion Healthcare Social Enterprise and founder member/steering group member, HHI/Opening Doors Initiative, QNI
Jane Cook, Lead Nurse, StreetMed and Health and Homeless Initiative/Opening Doors Initiative, The Queen’s Nursing Institute

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11:45
Workshop 7: Addiction – prescription medicine and alcohol
Chair: Mark Edginton, Head of UK Focal Point, Department of Health;
Facilitators: Dr Chris Longstaff, Oxford Deanery GP Leadership Fellow;
Dr Rob Schafer, GP and Educational Lead, Luther Street Medical Centre, Oxford.

11:45
Workshop 8: Service and Commissioning Models
Chair:
Duncan Shrubsole, Director of Policy and External Affairs, Crisis
Facilitators:
Dr Les Goldman, Chair and Medical Director, Bevan Healthcare, Bradford;
Gina Rowlands, Managing Director, Bevan Healthcare Community Interest Company, Bradford;
Dr Heidi Gure Klinke, Lead GP
Kevin Hanner, Operations Manager, City Reach Health Services, Norfolk Community Health & Care NHS Trust

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11:45
Workshop 9: Brain injury
Facilitators:
Professor Michael Oddy, Director of Clinical Services, The Disabilities Trust;
Deborah Fortescue, Head of Foundation, The Disabilities Trust

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12:45
Break
13:45
Professor Aidan Halligan, Chairman, Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health
Welcome and introduction from session chair

13:50
Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive Designate, Public Health England
Public Health for the Poorest

14:10
Dr Éamonn O'Moore, Consultant in Public Health (Health Protection),Offender Health
Offender Health

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14:30
Yvonne MacNamara, Chief Executive, Irish Traveller Movement in Britain (ITMB)
The health of Gypsies and Travellers in the UK

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14:50
Facilitated by Stan Burridge, Research Lead on service user involvement, Pathway
Feedback from Service Users

15:40
Break
16:10
Workshops
One of the following workshops will be broadcast

16:10
Workshop 10: Homelessness, law and eligibility
Speakers: Emma Dore, Policy Coordinator for Homeless Link; Helen Mathie, Policy Manager of Homeless Link

Document coming soon
16:10
Workshop 11: Infection
Chair:
Charles Gore, Chief Executive, Hep C Trust
Facilitators: Dr Andrew Hayward, UCL Department of Infection and Population Health;
Prof Richard Garfein, Professor in Global Health, University of San Diego.

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16:10
Workshop 12: Clear rhetoric and blurred reality - Maintenance and Abstinence
Chair: David MacKintosh, Policy Adviser, London Drug and Alcohol Policy Forum;
Speaker:
Professor Neil McKeganey, Director, Centre for Drug Misuse Research

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16:10
Workshop 13: Sexual health: meeting the contraceptive needs of female sex workers
Chair: Professor Kevin Fenton, Director, Health Improvement and Population Health, Public Health England;
Facilitators:
Meeting the contraceptive needs of female sex workers:
Paulette Ragan - Nurse Practitioner, Health Inclusion Team
Amy Hall - Clinical Nurse Specialist, Health Inclusion Team

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16:10
Workshop 14: Trafficking, migration and vulnerability
Facilitators:
Dr Sian Oram, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London
Dr Angela Burnett, GP, The Greenhouse Practice, Hackney

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17:15
End of broadcast
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