Agenda

(May be subject to change)
DAY 1: WEDNESDAY 7TH MARCH
09.00 to 10:00 REGISTRATION, EXHIBITION AND NETWORKING
10:00 PLENARY SESSION 1: HEALTH AND THE HOMELESS REDUCTION ACT
Chaired by: Afua Hirsch Writer, Broadcaster and Barrister
Welcome Dr Nigel Hewett OBE Medical Director, Pathway
Keynote Jon Sparkes Chief Executive, Crisis
Plus senior speakers from local government
Questions & Discussion including Experts by Experience Panel
11:30 to 12:00 REFRESHMENTS, EXHIBITION AND NETWORKING
12:00-13.00 PARALLEL SESSIONS 1: (Delegates choose one to attend)
SEMINAR STREAM A1: ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY
Homeless and brain injured: development of a pilot case management service Professor Andrew Worthington Director/Consultant in Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation, Headwise and Headway Birmingham & Solihull
Homelessness and acquired brain injury project (HABIP) Victoria Aseervatham Rough Sleeping Commissioning Manager, Rough Sleeping Commissioning Team, Growth Planning & Housing, Westminster City Council
SEMINAR STREAM B1: VALUING PATIENT PERSPECTIVES
Quality Improvement in a homeless healthcare setting can be driven by the patients themselves Dr Marianne McCallum GP Health Inequality Fellow, NHS Education for Scotland/Hunter Street Homeless Health Services
Valuing lived experience in homeless services: Experts by Experience from Ashford Place John Doocey Director of Services, Ashford Place
SEMINAR STREAM C1: FRIENDS, FAMILIES AND TRAVELLERS
NO FIXED ADDRESS - COLLABORATION IN ACTION - A systems change approach Michelle Gavin Projects Manager, Friends, Families and Travellers
PATHWAY STREAM D1: APPROACHES TO HOUSING IN-REACH TO HOSPITAL
The Hospital to Home bespoke service model Simon Favell Wellbeing Partnership Officer, Homeless/Housing Outreach Project Coordinator, Northampton Borough Council
13:00 to 14:00 LUNCH, EXHIBITIONS AND NETWORKING
14:00 PLENARY SESSION 2: NEW EVIDENCE: BRINGING INCLUSION HEALTH FROM THE MARGINS TO THE MAINSTREAM
Professor Kenneth Wilson Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Trust; former Professor of Old Age Psychiatry, University of Liverpool
Mortality, morbidity and the burden of disease at the margins Dr Al Story Clinical Lead, London Find and Treat Service, UCLH Pathway Professor Andrew Hayward Director, UCL Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care
What works in inclusion health: evidence from new systematic reviews: Dr Nigel Hewett OBE Medical Director, Pathway Professor Suzanne Fitzpatrick Director of Institute (ISPHERE), Heriot-Watt University
Questions & Discussion
15:45 to 16:00 REFRESHMENTS, EXHIBITION AND NETWORKING
16:00 to 17.15 PARALLEL SESSIONS 2 (Delegates choose one to attend)
SEMINAR STREAM A2: ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY
Homelessness and Brain Injury: A systematic review of the literature Cormac Duffy Trainee Clinical Psychologist, Lancaster University & NeuroTriage
NeuroTriage: a neuropsychological service for individuals experiencing homelessness Dr Rebecca Forrester Clinical Psychologist, NeuroTriage
SEMINAR STREAM B2: VALUING PATIENT PERSPECTIVES: TRANSITIONS
Surviving the Trauma of Homelessness - Pre-treatments stages of Change, Interventions and Outcomes John Conolly Lead Counsellor, Westminster Homeless Health Service
Moving on. Transitioning from homelessness into a sustained tenancy Leonie Boland PhD Student & Occupational Therapist, Plymouth University
SEMINAR STREAM C2: NEW THERAPEUTIC ALLIANCES: GIVING VOICE
An Untold Story - Voices Amanda Hailes Author, "An Untold Story - Voices"
Mad Pride - celebrating diversity and challenging normality Mad Pride Collective, Hull Dr Lucy Chiddick Clinical Lead for Vulnerable Groups, Hull CCG/Bevan Health Care substance misuse lead and GP
PATHWAY STREAM D2: NEW APPROACHES TO HOSPITAL WORK
Transforming Healthcare for homeless people: The value of Occupational Therapy John Sapani Advance Occupational Therapist, KHP Homeless Pathway Team/GSTT NHS Trust
Demonstrating quality and efficiency in homeless services. Methodologies for data recording and reporting for homeless services Dr Zana Khan GP Clinical Lead, KHP Pathway Homeless Team at SLaM and Honorary Senior Lecturer, UCL
17:15 to 18:30 RECEPTION to include the presentation of a Faculty Fellowship.
DAY 2: THURSDAY 8TH MARCH
09.00 to 09.30 Refreshments, Networking and Registration for Day-Two-Only Delegates
9:30 PLENARY SESSION 3
Welcome and recap of key messages from Day 1
The Professor Aidan Halligan Memorial Lecture
Epidemics of despair Professor Sir Harry Burns Former Chief Medical Officer for Scotland, now International Public Policy Institute, University of Strathclyde
Questions & Discussion
11:00 to 11:30 REFRESHMENTS, EXHIBITION AND NETWORKING
11:30 to 12.30 PARALLEL SESSIONS 3 (Delegates choose one to attend)
SEMINAR STREAM A3: INCLUSION HEALTH: BEST PRACTICE
Effective support for women whose lives are affected by prostitution Caroline Hattersley Head of Services, Women@thewell
Sharing best practice of delivering healthcare to homeless people - lessons from USA and Scandanavia Rachel Brennan Homeless Team Manager, Urban Village Medical Practice
SEMINAR STREAM B3: INCLUSION HEALTH: BEST PRACTICE
Malnutrition in homeless with problem drinking Dr Sharea Ijaz Senior Research Associate, NIHR CLAHRC West, School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol
Hospice and homeless - widening access for palliative care and end of life care and support. A Partnership approach Joseph McDonough Counsellor, St Luke's (Cheshire) Hospice Bill Bytheway-Jackson Counsellor, St Luke's (Cheshire) Hospice

SEMINAR STREAM C3: EXCLUDING MIGRANTS FROM HEALTHCARE

What are the implications of data sharing between the Home Office and NHS Digital Dr Lucinda Hiam GP and Health Advisor, Doctors of the World
Experiences of migrants accessing secondary care Dr Lucinda Hiam GP and Health Advisor, Doctors of the World
PATHWAY STREAM D3: CHANGING MINDS, CHALLENGING STAFF
The introduction of homeless healthcare teams in hospital improves staff knowledge and attitudes towards homeless patients Dr Vivenne Barrow ST1 GP Trainee, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust
To assess the impact of homeless healthcare teams (HHT) on staff approaches Dr Rose Glennerster Doctor, Royal United Hospital Bath
12:30 to 14:00 EXTENDED NETWORKING LUNCH
After eating, at 13.15 ‘THINK PODS’ – small roundtable discussions about topics chosen at the symposium
14:00 to 15:15 CLOSING PLENARY SESSION 4: WORKING TOGETHER FOR SYSTEM CHANGE
Polly Neate Chief Executive, Shelter
Professor Tim Kendall National Clinical Director for Mental Health, NHS England
Janet Davies Chief Executive & General Secretary, Royal College of Nursing (RCN)
Closing remarks and invitation to join the Faculty-led movement for change Alex Bax Chief Executive, Pathway
15:15 to 15:30 REFRESHMENTS, EXHIBITION AND NETWORKING
15:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS 4 (Delegates choose one to attend)
SEMINAR STREAM A4
SEMINAR STREAM B4: INCLUSION HEALTH: BEST PRACTICE
Contraception: why, when, how Dr Anne Connolly Vice President, Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH)
Improving blood borne virus screening in homeless patients in a secondary care setting Dr Betty Gration CT1, UCLH
SEMINAR STREAM C4: INCLUSION HEALTH: BEST PRACTICE
Malnutrition in homeless with problem drinking Dr Sharea Ijaz Senior Research Associate, NIHR CLAHRC West, School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol
PATHWAY STREAM D4: HOSPITAL BEST PRACTICE
Frequent A&E attenders: whose problem is it? Dr Natalie Miller GP, Great Chapel Street Medical Centre
Primary Care outreach: Experiences of GP joining the Street Outreach Team in Oxford Dr Kate Smith GP, Luther Street Medical Centre, Oxford Health
16:30 CLOSE OF SYMPOSIUM