Homeless Health Project Manager
Queen’s Nursing Institute
David joined The Queen’s Nursing Institute in April 2014, coming from a background of charity management and project management roles. As Homeless Health Project Manager, David runs workshop events for nurses, writes publications and conducts policy research in the field of healthcare for the homeless, as well as working with nurses to design guidance and practice development resources.
David has visited homeless health services around England and shadowed clinics and talked to clinicians about their challenges and experiences of care. He currently contributes to national panels including the NIHR King’s College London Study Steering Committee on Hospital Discharge Arrangements for Homeless People in England, Public Health England Round table on Homeless Health and Lemos&Crane/Trust for London Working Group Exploitation and forced labour of homeless and vulnerable people in the UK and has just joined the NHS Health Services for Homeless People Programme Mental Health Expert Working Group.
David has spoken at national conferences including Housing 2015, Journal of Family Healthcare Conferences, Healthcare in the Community QNI Conference, and Lemos & Crane’s Homelessness and Wellbeing Conference.