Better Health for All Women - How can we build the capacity and capability of services?
8th March 2019
The Queen’s Nursing Institute invites you to participate in a learning and networking day about improving service capacity to benefit the health of the most vulnerable and marginalised women, particularly women experiencing homelessness.
This is part of a series of learning events held around the country related to homeless and inclusion health organised by The Queen’s Nursing Institute, funded by the QNI and Oak Foundation.
The event will explore the inequalities in health faced by homeless and marginalised women in particular, and what more can be done to develop responsive services that meet their needs now and tackle wider inequalities. There will be panel sessions on research and policy, improving frontline practice, and designing services for the future.
We will be hosted by the Department for Adult Nursing at Birmingham City University.
- Maeve McClenaghan, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism @MaeveMCC
- Gemma Scire, Basis Yorkshire @gemma_scire
- Dr Ligia Texeira, Director, Centre for Homelessness Impact @LigiaTeixeira
- Francesca Albanese, Crisis @CescaAlbanese
- Dr Zana Khan, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
- Rachel Brennan & Roz Hughes, Urban Village Medical Practice @missrmbrennan @hughesroz1
- Emma Arran, Solace Peer Support @EmmaArran2
- Jess Turtle, Museum of Homelessness @turtleandturtle
- Dr Neha Pathak, UCL Institute of Health Informatics @drnehapathak
- Heather Wilson, Staff Nurse and Policy Officer, Cancer Research UK @heathers_health
- Corrine Clarkson, Specialist Midwife for Migrant Women, King’s College Hospital
To sign up to Homeless Health Programme email updates, please register your details here.