Vulnerable migrants: understanding and improving their access to primary care

26 January 2022 1:00pm – 2:00pmGMT (+00:00)
Virtual (Microsoft Teams)
Vulnerable Migrants and Access to Primary Care

On Wednesday 26th of January 2022 at 1pm - 2pm, we are running a webinar on 'Vulnerable migrants: understanding and improving their access to primary care'. 

The aim of this webinar is to explore complex issues with key frontline healthcare staff, managers and strategic leaders working in primary care, to develop better understanding of the key issues, barriers and solutions at a local, regional and national level.

The webinar will cover common experiences and health needs of vulnerable migrants, key policies and models of access to primary and secondary care, entitlements and funding streams, how we unblock complex issues alongside how we can all take action in this important inclusion health area. 

The webinar will include the following speakers;

  • Bola Owolabi, Director of Health Inequalities Improvement, NHS England & Improvement
  • Elaine Goodwin, National Homeless and Inclusion Health Nursing Lead, NHS England & Improvement
  • Blerta Ilazi, Advanced Nurse Practitioner & Safeguarding Lead for Adults and Children, Page Hall Medical Centre
  • Yusuf Ciftci, Policy and Advocacy Manager – Participation Lead, Doctors of the World UK
  • Mark Smith, Head of Primary Care Commissioning (Medical Services), NHS England & Improvement
  • Ella Johnson, Citizenship and Integration Project Health Advisor, Greater London Authority – Health and Social Integration Teams
  • Ines Campos-Matos, Head of Inclusion Health, Addiction & Inclusion Directorate, Office for Health Improvement and Disparities

 

IMPORTANT PLEASE READ:

  • REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE ON FRIDAY 21 JANUARY 2022 AT 23:59
  • JOINING INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE SENT TO REGISTERED DELEGATES BY 5PM ON TUESDAY 25 JANUARY 2022
  • PLEASE REGISTER USING YOUR NHS/WORK EMAIL ADDRESS

 

 

Questions about this event?

Name: Health Inequalities Team

Email: england.healthinequalities@nhs.net

Telephone: 00000000000

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