Academic Poster Display

The academic poster display at this year’s homeless & inclusion health symposium will showcase a range of projects.

The posters will contain an edited version of the enormous work that has been carried out by the presenters, so the display is a really good opportunity to find out more about each project on display. Please find time during the symposium to engage with and celebrate the wide range of work in health and public services around the country.

Homeless Health Academic Poster Display
Presenter Details Title of Poster Presentation
Mr Pip Johnson Senior Evaluation Analyst Westminster City Council An integrated and personalised service design: what is impact on homeless client's mental health and wellbeing?
Dr Victoria Hirst GP Edinburgh Access Practice An exploration of homeless patients' experience of General Practice in an outreach setting
Dr Fiona Cuthill Lecturer in Nursing Studies University of Edinburgh An exploration of homeless patients' experience of General Practice in an outreach setting
Dr Sumita Verma Reader in Medicine and Honorary Consultant Hepatologist Brighton and Sussex Medical School / Brighton and Sussex University Hospital A dedicated hostel-based community liver service for Homeless and Vulnerable Adults: VALID (Vulnerable Adults Liver Disease) Study and Project ITTREAT (Integrated community based Test-stage-TREAT):HCV Service for People who Inject Drugs (PWID)
Wendy Ann Webb MSc, BSc, RN, Queen's Nurse, PhD Student, Palliative Care Nurse, Advanced Nurse Practitioner University of Worcester 'Life's hard and then you die'; Exploring matters of life and death with people experiencing homelessness: Early findings of a PhD study
Dr Kate Smith GP Luther Street Medical Centre, Oxford Health Primary Care Outreach: Experiences of GP joining the Street Outreach Team in Oxford
Dr Vivienne Barrow GPST1 Doctor Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust The introduction of homeless healthcare teams in hospital improves staff knowledge and attitudes towards homeless patients
Dr Zana Khan GP KHP Pathway Homeless Team at SLaM and Honorary Senior lecturer at UCL South London and Maudsley and UCL The evaluation outcomes of the khp pathway homeless team at Slam mental health trust
Ms Sophie Koehne South London and Maudsley and UCL The evaluation outcomes of the khp pathway homeless team at Slam mental health trust
Dr Lucy Chiddick Member of Mad Pride and also CCG Clinical lead for Vunerable groups Hull  (and also Bevan HC substance misuse lead and GP) York Street Practice Mad pride - celebrating diversity and challenging normality
Dr Caroline Shulman General Practitioner in Homeless and Inclusion Health Kings Health Partnership Advanced care planning for patients with deteriorating health
Ms Briony Hudson Research Associate, Pathway and Marie Curie Palliative Care, Research Department, UCL Pathway and Marie Curie Palliative Care, Research Department, UCL Advanced care planning for patients with deteriorating health

Poster Presenter Profiles