What is The Faculty For Homeless and Inclusion Health?

Faculty for Homeless HealthThe Faculty is an inclusive membership organisation for people involved in health care for excluded groups, for example:

  • Homeless people
  • Gypsies and Travellers
  • Vulnerable migrants
  • Sex workers.

Membership is open to nurses, doctors, allied medical professionals, social workers, public health experts, health advocates and support workers, commissioners, researchers and people with a lived experience of exclusion.

Our aim is to improve the quality of health care for homeless people and other excluded groups. We do this by setting standards and supporting services in which generosity, kindness, and compassion combine with a passionate commitment to professional quality to become the defining characteristics of health services for homeless and multiply disadvantaged people.

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Faculty Peer Appraisal

The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health has developed a Peer Appraisal process to support teams in assessing and demonstrating the extent to which they meet Faculty Standards.  This process can be used to... Read More

Join the Faculty

Join The Faculty For Homeless and Inclusion Health The Faculty is a free membership organisation for people involved in healthcare... Read More

More About The Faculty

This Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health is the first independent, multi-disciplinary network focused on the health care of homeless... Read More