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Pathways from Homelessness 2019

Welcome to the video box set for Pathways from Homelessness 2019: Rethinking Housing & Health. This annual symposium is developed by Pathway and the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health and brings together a coalition of partners to focus on the many issues affecting homeless people’s wellbeing.

This, the 7th symposium, brings together the latest international and national evidence and best practice in health, housing and public services for excluded people.

Find out more here: homelessnessandhealth.co.uk/events/2019/

  1. Housing First; Ending Homelessness and Improving Health - Jennifer Harris, Homeless Link

    Jennifer Harris, Housing First England Research Manager, Homeless Link gives a presentation discussing "Housing First; Ending Homelessness and Improving Health" at Pathways from Homelessness 2019: Rethinking Housing & Health.

    This, the 7th annual symposium, has been developed by Pathway and the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health and brings together the latest international and national research and best practice in health, housing and public services for homeless and excluded people.

    Find out more:
    homelessnessandhealth.co.uk/

  2. Housing Boston's Rough Sleepers: Outcomes from a 10-year prospective study - Dr Jim O'Connell

    Dr Jim O'Connell, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School Boston Health gives a presentation discussing "Housing Boston's Rough Sleepers: Outcomes from a 10-year prospective study" at Pathways from Homelessness 2019: Rethinking Housing & Health.

    This, the 7th annual symposium, has been developed by Pathway and the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health and brings together the latest international and national research and best practice in health, housing and public services for homeless and excluded people.

    Find out more:
    homelessnessandhealth.co.uk/

  3. Homelessness: Fail to care, prepare to fail - Stephen Weatherhead, NeuroTriage

    Dr Stephen Weatherhead, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, NeuroTriage gives a presentation discussing "Homelessness: Fail to care, prepare to fail" at Pathways from Homelessness 2019: Rethinking Housing & Health.

    This, the 7th annual symposium, has been developed by Pathway and the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health and brings together the latest international and national research and best practice in health, housing and public services for homeless and excluded people.

    Find out more:
    homelessnessandhealth.co.uk/

  4. Rolling with it: The importance of pragmatics when conducting homelessness field research - Cormac Duffy

    Cormac Duffy, Psychologist, NHS gives a presentation discussing "Rolling with it: The importance of pragmatics when conducting homelessness field research" at Pathways from Homelessness 2019: Rethinking Housing & Health.

    This, the 7th annual symposium, has been developed by Pathway and the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health and brings together the latest international and national research and best practice in health, housing and public services for homeless and excluded people.

    Find out more:
    homelessnessandhealth.co.uk/

  5. Overcoming the challenges to becoming PIE - Claire Ritchie, Emma Williamson and Grant Everitt

    Claire Ritchie, Author, PIE Toolkit; Dr Emma Williamson, Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Lead, Psychology in Hostels Project, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and Grant Everitt, Evaluation and Learning Lead, Opportunity Nottingham, Fulfilling Lives Programme give a presentation discussing "Overcoming the challenges to becoming PIE" at Pathways from Homelessness 2019: Rethinking Housing & Health.

    This, the 7th annual symposium, has been developed by Pathway and the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health and brings together the latest international and national research and best practice in health, housing and public services for homeless and excluded people.

    Find out more:
    homelessnessandhealth.co.uk/

  6. New hospital homeless support team saves NHS £766,000 - Dr Jenny Schaefer & Lucy Harrison

    Dr Jenny Schaefer, GP, Homeless Support Team, Bristol Royal Infirmary and Lucy Harrison, RN Clinical Coordinator, Homeless Support Team, Bristol Royal Infirmary gives a presentation discussing how a "New hospital homeless team saves NHS £766,000" at Pathways from Homelessness 2019: Rethinking Housing & Health.

    This, the 7th annual symposium, has been developed by Pathway and the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health and brings together the latest international and national research and best practice in health, housing and public services for homeless and excluded people.

    Find out more:
    homelessnessandhealth.co.uk/