DAY 1: WEDNESDAY 11TH MARCH 2020

09:00

REGISTRATION OPENS, NETWORKING, ACADEMIC POSTER DISPLAY & EXHIBITION VIEWING

10:30

PLENARY SESSION 1

HEALTH EQUALITY

Introduction & Welcome

Health Equity – A National Overview
Richard Murray
Chief Executive
King’s Fund

Born in Bradford
Professor John Wright
Visiting Professor in Clinical Epidemiology
Universities of Leeds, York and Bradford
Chief Investigator
Born in Bradford

Questions & Discussion

12:00

REFRESHMENTS, NETWORKING, ACADEMIC POSTER DISPLAY & EXHIBITION VIEWING

12:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS A

(Delegates should choose one of the streams below to attend)

Stream A1

Pathway

Integrated healthcare for people experiencing homelessness? What happens in Brighton shouldn’t stay in Brighton
Representatives
ARCH Specialist Primary Care Service
Representatives
Sussex Community Trust In-reach Multidisciplinary Team
Representatives
Pathway Hospital In-reach Team
Representatives
Justlife Health Engagement Service

How do you start a Pathway Team? The Pathway Social Franchising Project
Chris Sargeant
Social Franchising Team
NHS Brighton and Hove CCG
Paul Hamlin
Social Franchising Team
NHS Brighton and Hove CCG

Stream A2

Service User Experience

Lives on hold – women’s experiences of homelessness in Camden
Kate John
Women’s Recovery Co-ordinator
St Mungos

Youth engagement: exploring the health needs of young people who are homeless
Dr Gunveer Plahe
Public Health Registrar (ST5), Health and Wellbeing Team
Public Health England
Dr Elizabeth Bates
Doctors of the World

Stream A3

Drug Harms

Street injecting and infections – attempting to reduce the harms through street based nurse interventions
Sue McCutcheon
Advanced Nurse Practitioner for Substance Use Health and Street Nurse, Homeless Primary Care Team
Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

The development of a nurse-led wound clinic for the homeless population
Dr Jemell Geraghty
Nurse Consultant Tissue Viability
Camden Health Improvement Practice

Stream A4

Inclusion Health

Inclusion health education for medical students: an innovative learning opportunity in a homeless outreach setting
Dr Gemma Ashwell
GP and Clinical Teaching Fellow
Bevan Healthcare & University of Leeds

Inclusion health nursing – competencies and leadership
Sam Dorney-Smith
Nurse Practitioner
Pathway

Stream A5

Premature Aging

Frailty, premature ageing, and multi-morbidity amongst people living in a homeless hostel in London
Dr Rafi Rogans-Watson
Elderly Care/Medical Registrar, Clinical Fellow
Pathway
Dr Caroline Shulman
GP and Researcher in Homeless and Inclusion Health
Pathway, UCL and Kings Health Partners

13:30

LUNCH, NETWORKING, ACADEMIC POSTER DISPLAY & EXHIBITION VIEWING

14:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS B

(Delegates should choose one of the streams below to attend)

Stream B1

Homeless Health Outcomes

Programme evaluation and impact on the use and cost of other services following intervention by an inpatient Pathway Homeless Team in an acute mental health Trust
Dr Zana Khan
GP Clinical Lead
South London and Maudsley

12 years ICPC-codes
Marcel Slockers
General Practitioner
Novicare

Stream B2

End of Life

Life’s hard and then you die: findings of PhD research exploring end of life (EoL) priorities for people experiencing homelessness within the United Kingdom
Wendy Ann Webb
MSc, BSc, RN, Queen’s Nurse, PhD Candidate and Florence Nightingale Research Scholar
University of Worcester

Early findings from a project to improve access to healthcare by twinning community palliative care teams with hostels
Dr Caroline Shulman
GP and Researcher in Homeless and Inclusion Health
Pathway, UCL and Kings Health Partners
Dr Megan Armstrong
Research associate
Pathway and UCL

Stream B3

Outreach Healthcare

The speech, language and communication needs of people sleeping rough
Leigh Andrews
Speech and Language Therapist
Change Communication

Effectiveness of GP Outreach on none-engaged patients at a specialist homeless practice
Dr Gary Colman
Camden Health Improvement Practice

Stream B4

Vulnerable Migrants

“It’s just giving a lollypop to a crying baby.” Torture survivors’ experiences of healthcare services for managing persistent pain
Daniel Board
Specialist Pain Physiotherapist
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Pain Clinic

Registration without documentation: an exploration of the experiences of General Practice staff registering new patients unable to provide documentation in North East London
Dr Kitty Worthing
ST1 Academic General Practice Clinical Fellow
Tower Hamlets

Stream B5

Women’s Health

Cervical cancer screening amongst vulnerable high risk women – a different approach
Marlieke Ridder
General Practitioner
Novicare, The Netherlands

Exploring female refugees’ experiences of participating in cycling lessons and its impact on their physical, mental and social wellbeing
Joanna Dawes
Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy
St George’s, University of London

15:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS C

(Delegates should choose one of the streams below to attend)

Stream C1

From the streets to storytelling
Dr Maria Fordham
Independent
Janet Keauffling MBE

Stream C2

Where does it hurt? Live performance in poetry and prose with discussion, lead by survivors of torture
Dr Angela Burnett
Lead Doctor
Freedom from Torture

Stream C3

Deep End

How Bristol Homeless Health Service has developed data-sharing and interoperability to the point where Clinicians can triangulate data from a dozen health and social care databases
Dr Mike Taylor
Lead GP
The Homeless Health Service

Serial missed appointments in the NHS
Dr Andrea Williamson
GP and Clinical Senior University Lecturer, General Practice and Primary Care
Undergraduate Medical School, University of Glasgow

Stream C4

Inclusion Health Research

Right to Health Scotland
Alison King
Health Improvement Senior
NHS Health Scotland
Derek Holliday
Homeless Network Scotland

The effectiveness of psychological interventions for homeless people: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Elizabeth Bodley-Scott
Research Assistant
University of Southampton

Stream C5

Aspects of Disadvantage

Towards a fulfilling life – latest findings from a national programme supporting people affected by multiple disadvantage
Rachel Moreton
Associate Director
CFE Research

Catch 22
Michiel Vermaak
Registered Learning Disability Physician
Novicare

16:15

REFRESHMENTS, NETWORKING, ACADEMIC POSTER DISPLAY & EXHIBITION VIEWING

16:45

PLENARY SESSION 2

THE AIDAN HALLIGAN MEMORIAL LECTURE

The Aidan Halligan Memorial Lecture

Award of the Honorary Fellowships of the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health

18:00

PATHWAY’S 10th ANNIVERSARY RECEPTION

20:30

CLOSE OF DAY ONE

DAY 2: THURSDAY 12TH MARCH 2020

09:00

REGISTRATION, REFRESHMENTS, NETWORKING, ACADEMIC POSTER DISPLAY & EXHIBITION VIEWING

09:15

PLENARY SESSION 3

DEEP AND & INCLUSION HEALTH

Opening Remarks

Deep end deprivation and health
Cary Lunan
Chair
Scotland RCGP

Collaborative Centre for Inclusion Health Research Snapshot
Al Story

A change model for GPs serving deprived areas
Dr David Blane
Clinical Research Fellow in General Practice
University of Glasgow
Academic Lead
Deep End GP Group

Further presentations to be announced

Questions & Discussion

11:00

REFRESHMENTS, NETWORKING, ACADEMIC POSTER DISPLAY & EXHIBITION VIEWING

11:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS D

(Delegates should choose one of the streams below to attend)

Stream D1

Drug Harms

The changing pattern of homeless drug use in Edinburgh and Sheffield
Chris Devany
Lecturer in Sociology
Sheffield Hallam University

Attitudes to the introduction of a safe injecting facility for homeless drug users
Dr John Budd
GP
Edinburgh Access Practice

Stream D2

Women’s Health

Safeguarding women involved in prostitution
Caroline Hattersley
Director
women@thewell

Women, health and homelessness: findings from a peer research project
Dr Suzy Solley
Research Manager
Groundswell

Stream D3

Finding a Home

Building Concrete Future – the value of lived experience and strong partnerships in the coproduction and delivery of services to create lasting change
Melanie Dunn
Director of Support and Wellbeing
Honeycomb Group
Sarah Forshaw
Head of Service
Concrete

Gloria House – a model of hospital step down accommodation for homeless patients
Dr Peter Buchman
Clinical Lead
Pathway Homeless Team
Royal London Hospital
GP
Health E1 – Homeless Medical Centre
Steve Wynne
Senior Sister
Pathway Homeless Team, Royal London Hospital

Stream D4

Mental Health

Sharing stories, building hope: a mental health project for asylum seeker and refugee children and young people in Bradford
Dr Jessica Keeble
GP, Child Safeguarding Lead
Bevan Healthcare

Role of a Consultant Psychiatrist as part of the Multi-disciplinary Primary Care Team
Dr Sara Ketteley
Consultant Psychiatrist
Great Chapel Street Medical Centre

Stream D5

Service Development

Prevention or cure: the role of health professionals in the Homelessness Reduction Act (HRA)
Dr Francesca Albanese
Head of Research and Evaluation
Crisis

Using GP surveys to develop web-based homelessness resources in Gloucester
Dr Pippa Medcalf FRCP MBE
Consultant in Acute Medicine
Gloucestershire Royal Hospitals
Nicole Wilson
RCP Lead for Homeless and Inclusion Health
Dr Nicole Wilson MBBCh
GPST3
Churchdown Surgery

12:30

EXTENDED NETWORKING LUNCH

Lunch Time Activities

  • Main Hall Presentations
  • Talking Posters
  • Film Theatre
  • Think Pods

14:00

PARALLEL SESSIONS E

(Delegates should choose one of the streams below to attend)

Stream E1

Improving Care

London Borough of Camden Adult Pathway Staff Development Project (implementing PIE by addressing staff training and support)
Dr Candan Ertubey
Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology
University of Bedfordshire

The Safe Surgeries network
Ella Johnson
UK Policy & Advocacy Officer/Outreach Lead
Doctors of the World UK, part of the Médecins du Monde network
Dr Elizabeth Bates
Doctors of the World

Stream E2

Aspects of Exclusion

Autism and substance misuse: a briefing for professionals
Christopher Torry

Stream E3

Pathway

The power of integration: what happens when community services + general practice + hospital really do work together
Dr Andrew Davies
Medical Director
Homeless Healthcare GP Practice, Perth, Western Australia
Dr Amanda Stafford
Clinical Lead
Homeless Team, Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Western Australia
Lisa Wood
Associate Professor
School of Population and Global Health, University of Western Australia

What can a real time “By Name List” of Perth’s rough sleeping population do?
Leah Watkins
Project Manager
Perth Zero Project, Perth, Western Australia; Community Solutions
Dr Amanda Stafford
Clinical Lead
Homeless Team, Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Western Australia

Stream E4

Mental Health

Psychologically informed peer mentoring: project development and implementation
Charlie Wood
Lead Peer Mentor
Outcome Home
Charlie Radbourne
Lead Peer Mentor
Outcome Home
Dr Stephanie Barker
Psychologist
Outcome Home

Development and delivery of psychologically-informed services for people who are homeless across the South of England
Dr Nick Maguire
Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology
University of Southampton, UK
Director
OutcomeHome

Stream E5

Innovation

Virtual ward rounds – to improve the engagement and medical care of homeless and vulnerably housed patients staying at hostels
Dr Paulette Lawrence
GP Clinical Lead
Health1 Homeless Medical Practice

Influenza vaccine offered to homeless patients in a central London emergency department
Dr Kitty Acheson
ST4 Emergency Medicine
Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Laura Hunter
Consultant Emergency Medicine
Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

15:00

REFRESHMENTS, NETWORKING, ACADEMIC POSTER DISPLAY & EXHIBITION VIEWING

15:20

PLENARY SESSION 4

INCLUSION HEALTH

Closing plenary speaker to be announced

16:30

CLOSE OF SYMPOSIUM