Inclusion Health Taster Course / MSc Module
This 7 day course, delivered over 7 weeks, offers an opportunity for those with an interest in excluded or hard-to-reach groups the chance to learn from world-class UCL researchers, experienced policy makers and service providers, and former/current members of these communities. Available as both an MSc module taster course and short course, the sessions are ideal for people seeking an introduction to this arena, or wishing to formalise their learning and work in the field. The course has been developed and is delivered by The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health and University College London’s Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care.
Date: 25 April – 7 June 2018 (Thursdays, 10:00 – 16:00)
Bookings: Via University College London
Cost: £500 – £1300, a limited number of Expert by Experience bursaries are available
Location: University College London, Bloomsbury Campus
Women and Inclusion Health
Recent research shows that women on the edges of society are 12 times more likely to face an early death. This one day CPD course explores the specific health needs women who are excluded, including women who are homeless, gypsies or travellers, vulnerable migrants or who sell sex. The course is suitable for medical professionals, social care workers and housing officers. It includes teaching by people with lived experience of exclusion, alongside health professionals running inclusion health services. This event is brought to you by Pathway, The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health and Brighton and Sussex Medical School.
Date: 14 September 2018
Bookings: Via Brighton and Sussex Medical School
Inclusive Dentistry Conference – Save the Date
The second inclusive dentistry conference from the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health Dentistry Group is coming up soon. We’re planning a jam packed day with:
- Guidance on developing services for excluded people
- The latest research into health, oral health, and social exclusion
- Homeless health inter-professional collaboration: ‘one stop shops’ for oral health, HIV, TB, podiatry and hairdressing
- Support for dentists wanting to help excluded people in their communities
The full programme and exact times will be available soon, join the Faculty if you would like updates on the event, or contact us if you want to speak, host a stand, or enter the poster competition.
Date: 23 November 2018
Bookings: Join the Faculty for updates
Cost: Nominal fee to be confirmed, bursary support available