Join us on 29th and 30th of September for the 3rd Irish Street Medicine Symposium.
The Symposium is an excellent opportunity to join a growing community of health and social care workers, academics, policy makers and planners working together to improve health outcomes for the most vulnerable in our society – homeless people, drug users, prisoners and vulnerable migrants.
There will be ample opportunity to share information about different services for homeless people and other marginalised group, to identify gaps and to highlight care innovation and solutions.
Presentations and workshops will focus on new research, innovative initiatives and new ways to promote health and wellbeing among vulnerable populations.
Themes include the A&E Experience, Families in Homelessness, Hep C treatment, Mental Health and Self Care for Workers.
Hosted by: Safetynet Primary Care and UCD School of Medicine, with support from HSE Social Inclusion
CPD: CPD points are pending
Costs: Friday only – €40 | Saturday only - €40 | Friday and Saturday – €50
Dates: Friday 29th and Saturday 30th September 2017
Venue: UCD Student Centre
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