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Homeless and Inclusion Health Network Meeting

Homeless and Inclusion Health Network Meeting

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Jul 11 2024 15:00 - 16:30
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The QNI's Homeless and Inclusion Health Network meetings are an opportunity for people working within the sector to come together monthly to connect and give service updates on what’s happening around the country. Nurses working with the homeless population, asylum seekers, refugees, and the GRTBS (Gypsy, Roma, Traveller, Boater, and Showman) communities are welcome to join.

It is a place to share good practice, challenges, ideas for innovation, discuss the latest policy updates, hear/give presentations, etc. and get advice and support from others. We welcome anyone working in the sector.


In this meeting, We will hear from Sydney Shea who is a Capacity Building Coordinator at Project 17. Sydney will be presenting on the work she does, how to get advice and refer families to Project 17, and some predicted trends (e.g. new changes such as the Illegal Migration Act and the Safety of Rwanda Act). 

We will also hear from Dr Aaminah Verity, who was a Senior Clinical Research Fellow at QMUL Institute of Population Health Sciences and is a practicing GP in Lewisham South London. Dr Verity will be presenting the study findings including recommendations to practices and the wider system to improve access in general practice for inclusion health patients.

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Any questions? Please email us at hih@qni.org.uk

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The Queen’s Nursing Institute is a registered charity dedicated to improving the nursing care of people in the home and community. We promote excellent nursing care for everyone, where and when they need it.

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