Events

Meeting the health and wellbeing needs of individuals seeking asylum across Yorkshire and the Humber, Tuesday 16th March 1-3.30pm.

Aim

To raise awareness, provide information and facilitate joint working between agencies in order to better meet the health and wellbeing needs of individuals seeking asylum across Yorkshire and the Humber. The stakeholder resource developed by the Migrant Health Group which brings together a range of resources and guidance to support professionals across our region will also be shared.

Audience

Any organisation involved in the commissioning, planning or provision of healthcare to individuals seeking asylum. This will include CCGs, local authorities, primary care, voluntary and community organisations and social enterprises.

Speakers to include

  • Expert by experience – there will be a speaker with lived experience of the asylum process
  • Elaine Goodwin, National Homeless and Inclusion Health Nursing Lead, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Dr Amy Stevens, Public Health Registrar, Doctors of the World and Bevan Healthcare CIC
  • Sarah Sonne, National Development Manager and Rose McCarthy, Health Access for Refugees Programme (HARP), Refugee Council
  • Mat Sidebottom, Nurse Consultant in Inclusion Health, Bevan Healthcare CIC
  • Dr Lucy Chiddick, Clinical Lead for Vulnerable Groups, Hull CCG and GP in inclusion health, Leeds

You can register for the event here

 

 

This webinar was recorded please see below links.

https://youtu.be/TrLJwM3o334  

https://youtu.be/NcmKFcA3DTU

 

See below agenda and presentations.


Document Title Publication Date
Agenda 18 March 2021
Dr Amy Stevens- The health needs of those seeking asylum – 16/03/2021 18 March 2021
Elaine Goodwin - Supporting the commissioning provision to meet the H&WB needs of asylum seekers - 16/03/2021 18 March 2021
Mat Sidebottom - The Bevan Healthcare primary care model - 16/03/2021 18 March 2021
Dr Suesanne Samara - Supporting primary care - 16/03/2021 18 March 2021
Emmanuel Serrano - Supporting primary care - 16/03/2021 18 March 2021
Dr Daniel Roper - Supporting primary care - 16/03/2021 18 March 2021