The annual BSMS Inclusion Health session returns 10am-4.00pm on Friday 7th July 2023, this time with the theme ‘Primary Care and Education’. This event will focus on the role of Primary Care in improving the health of people in the Inclusion Health groups. We will hear from people with lived experience, service providers and those designing and commissioning services. The role of Primary Care in educating the next generation of practitioners will also be highlighted.
Our 9th Inclusion Health Day will focus on the role of Primary Care in improving the health of people in the Inclusion Health groups, with a focus on the promotion of education in this area of practice. We will hear from people with lived experience, service providers and those designing and commissioning services.
The day will be of interest to everyone who is concerned with the health of people who are homeless, Gypsies and Travellers, vulnerable migrants and sex workers, and is particularly aimed at healthcare, support, and key workers, service managers, planners and commissioners.
This event, produced in collaboration with Pathway and the Faculty of Homeless and Inclusion Health, provides an excellent learning and networking opportunity, and our eight previous Inclusion Health CPD days have been highly evaluated by attendees.
Our programme will include a range of topics highlighting the opportunities for Primary Care to make a difference in Inclusion Health and education.
With input from nationally recognised leaders in their fields and experts by experience, delegates will have time for discussion, reflection and networking.
Topics to include:
- Setting up and developing Primary Care IH Services
- Outreach and In-reach
- What does good look like?
- Commissioning Inclusion Health services
- Inclusion Health Education
The course fee of £45 will include registration, refreshments and certification for 6 hours CPD activity. Refreshments include mid-morning tea and coffee, a light lunch, and mid-afternoon tea, coffee and biscuits.
The Inclusion Health Day will be held at the University of Brighton Falmer Campus.
Enquiries: [email protected]
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