We are seeking international and national presentations from local government, working medicine, adult social services, mental health, housing, public health, research and commissioning, plus any organisations working with Experts by Experience who have lived through exclusion and rough sleeping.
Projects, best practice, research, policies that have made a demonstrable difference, are all eligible.
In addition, for the first time this year, we are widening the remit this to encourage descriptions of good practice through poetry, performance, film and EBE involvement.
Further, inspired by Laura Neilson’s closing talk last year,we encourage submission of papers on Inclusion Health patients in mainstream practice – Deep-End, Poverty Medicine – choose your own label.
Presentations should be 15 minutes long, followed by 15 minutes of discussion. Additional research material can be posted with the filmed and recorded content.
Areas of interest include: integrated local government and health service approaches, academic papers, or data describing front line services or clinical issues, interventions drawn from practice as well as theory, evidence of service user involvement and the use of multidisciplinary approaches.
The selection committee looks favourably upon submissions including people with lived experience of exclusion.
To submit a paper, use the online submissions tool below or send a 200 word abstract, as a word doc attachment, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: Friday 29 September 2019.
Presenters of accepted agenda presentations attend free on the day of their presentation.