To support applications to attend or view online please quote these objectives and outputs. In addition you will have access to the online library of previous speakers and lecturers on this specialist subject.
This broadcast conference provides the most up to date research and management best practice for clinical and management staff working in services impacted by high demand from homeless people and their health needs.
At a time of austerity and financial pressure it is essential to all trusts that the high demand, high cost needs of the homeless are managed in the most clinically effective and cost effective way.
Presentations from the conference and library will enable you to improve services in:
Accident & Emergency
To reduce readmissions and speed discharge.
To improve clinical triage for multiple conditions.
To reduce the impact on families and children
Identify and minimise damage to health of homeless families.
Housing Associations & Housing Authorities
To plan and adapt suitable accommodation and management of homeless people and families with children often with multiple needs
Clinical Commissioning Groups
To commission effective services and develop new patterns and combinations of services for homeless families, children and individuals.
Public Health and Local Government
To tackle homeless health issues, understand the risk and impact on the wider services of homeless health needs and plan effective strategies, especially for children and families.
This is a professional, clinical and managerial programme for those working in services dealing with the health consequences for homeless people, children and families.
Every delegate attendee takes away access to the biggest library of professional training and briefing material on homeless health and inclusion.