Moving healthcare forward in the ED: Lessons and learning from refugee and inclusion health
|View Website →||9 November 09:30 - 16:30 - In Person|Virtual Event|
|RCEM CPD Approved|
RCEM accredited 5-CPD points
Access to essential and quality healthcare remains a significant challenge for populations forced from their homes. Whether due to politics, climate change or conflict, the impact on emergency care systems is significant. We will explore the principles and approaches needed for us to meet the challenges and opportunities in this complex health environment.
- Understand the importance of global and humanitarian contexts of forced migration, and its impact on the NHS
- Understand the principles, policies, challenges and opportunities in delivering inclusion and migrant healthcare
- Appreciate the approaches in patient consultation, assesment and management models for Inclusion Health groups
- Appreciate the value of partnerships and collaborative working as well as explore professional development opportunities in this sector.
Please note, the catering provided at this event will be meat-free as part of RCEM’s commitment to achieving carbon neutrality by 2040 or sooner, and as a founding member of the UK Health Alliance for Climate Change. Any dietary requirements that you specified on the registration form when you booked the event will be catered for, please look at for signs about this in the catering space or ask a member of staff if you are unsure.
Face-to-face registration for this event will close on Thursday 2 November, but may close earlier if capacity is reached.
Virtual registration will close on Thursday 9 November at 08:00.