Mental Health and Homelessness – Piloting an Inpatient Service

The KHP Pathway Homeless Team at SLaM invite you to join them for an early evening event celebrating their work and the findings of a pilot project providing support to homeless patients in a residential mental health setting. The event will include exciting early outcomes data, ongoing evaluation processes, the development of the service and chance to meet service users and staff.

A wide variety of SLaM employees will be attending, alongside commissioners and representatives from CCGs and key stake holders such as the Maudsley and Guy’s and St. Thomas’ and SLaM charities, Kings Health Partners and Pathway.  Community homeless health teams and housing managers are also warmly welcomed.

Date: 26 April, 16:00 – 19:00
Bookings: Ticket bookings via eventbrite
Cost: Free, but must be pre-booked
Location: The Ortus Centre, 82 – 96 Grove Lane, Camberwell, London, SE5 8SN

“The Marked” – Homeless Health Theatre Performance and Symposium

Pathway, The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health Mental Health Subgroup, Theatre Temoin and Queen Mary’s University London present an early evening symposium of performance and discussion around homelessness, health, and theatre. Experts from the arts, psychiatry, health, and homeless sectors will speak alongside a performance of ‘The Marked’, a masked production developed in collaboration with St Mungo’s Recovery College and Cardboard Citizens. A post-show panel will provide opportunities for Faculty members and other interested people to share their thoughts. This event has been made possible by the generous support of Arts Council England, The Wellcome Trust and Lankelly Chase Foundation.

Date: 25 May 2017, 16:00 – 20:00
Bookings: Ticket bookings via eventbrite
Cost: Free, but must be pre-booked
Location: Pinter Studio Theatre, Queen Mary University of London, Arts 1 Building, Mile End Road, 
London, E1 4NS


Inclusion Health CPD Day

A one day CPD event for anyone working with marginalised communities, with a strong focus on the current challenges, and future direction of the Inclusion Health field. Speakers include the UK’s first Professor of Inclusion Health and experts in respite services for homeless patients, novel psychoactive substances and pre-engagement counselling with excluded people. This is a joint collaboration between Brighton and Sussex Medical School and the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health. RCP CPD approval has been applied for.

Date: 23 June 2017, 9:00 – 16:45
Bookings: Bookings are via Brighton and Sussex Medical School
Cost: £120
Location: Room B406, Checkland Building, University of Brighton, Village Way, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9PH

Inclusion Health MSc Module

The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health and University College London have developed an MSc module for anyone working or studying health and homelessness, the sex industry, gypsies and travellers, and vulnerable migrants. The 15 credit unit will include an introduction to a range of inclusion health concepts, data collection and analysis.

Date: April 2018
Bookings: TBC, please register your interest through our contact us page.
Cost: TBC, a limited number of Expert by Experience bursaries will be available
Location: University College London