Inclusion Health: The Role of Health and Social Care Professionals in Supporting Marginalised Populations in Ireland - HSCP Funded - Commences 7th October
|Event Type||HSCP Funded|
|Presenter Details||The series of webinars will feature various presenters including:
HSE National Social Inclusion Office
Julie Broderick, Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin
Cliona O’Sullivan, Physiotherapy, University College Dublin
Dr. Clíona Ní Cheallaigh, St. James Hospital & Simon Community and / or Merchants Quay Ireland Representatives https://www.hse.ie/eng/about/our-health-service/making-it-better/inclusion-health-service-at-st-james-hospital.html
Sinéad Kiernan and Mark McGovern, Physiotherapy Department, St. James Hospital https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/arid-31008626.html
Sharon Lambert, University College Cork, School of Applied Psychology
Brigid Quirke, UCD
Traveller Community Representative
Eoin O’Shea, Psychologist Irish Red Cross Immigration Project
Maca Hourihane, Irish Red Cross Volunteer
|How to Book||Complete EOI|
|Contact Person||Fran Theron|
|Date||7 Oct 2021 10:00 - 18 Nov 2021 20:44|
|To confirm your place||€15.00|
|ISCP member to confirm your place||€15.00|
This serves as an expression of interest to attend the training.
The closing date to submit EOI is Monday 30th August 9h00.
Partcipants will be notified by email if they have been offered a place on the course.
Payment must be made by Friday 10th September 9h00 to secure your place.
No late payments will be accepted. The place will be offered out.
This is an interdisciplinary training.
Inclusion health is a model of health service delivery, research and policy that aims to prevent and address social and health inequity among the most marginalised and vulnerable people in society, (Royal College of Physicians, UK)
The proposed CPD activity will:
- Raise awareness of Inclusion Health policy in Ireland
- Equip HSCPs working across acute and primary care settings, with the knowledge and skills to work with vulnerable and marginalised groups within an inclusion health model.
- Increase awareness and understanding of the challenges faced by marginalised populations in Ireland in accessing health care and different mechanisms to increase their participation in services through service user involvement and service development
- Strengthen knowledge of integrated care pathways and joint ways of HSCP working to support marginalised populations in accessing and participating in health care
- At the end of this seminar series, attendees will:Have an understanding of intercultural and human rights-based healthcare
- Recognise challenges facing marginalised populations in Ireland in accessing health care services
- Have an understanding of the need to identify and engage with relevant stakeholders to ensure service-user involvement in service planning and development
- Have an understanding of continual changing needs and opportunities to improve services for marginalised populations
- Understand the role of multidisciplinary work in ensuring high quality and integrated
health care services for marginalised populations in Ireland
The course will be run online with a series of five pre-recorded webinars which will be made available for viewing on demand each week commencing on Thursday 7th October. The final session will be a live panel discussion with various speakers.
Webinar 1 - 7th October
Overview of Inclusion Health
Inclusion Health: Social Inclusion Approach to Integrated Care and increased participation within the Health Service.
Webinar 2 - 14th October
Addressing complex societal challenges in health education - Supporting Students and Clinical Tutors in Clinical Practice
Webinar 3 - 21st October
Development of an Inclusion Health Integrated Care Programme for Homeless Adults
Delivery of a Physiotherapy Service within the Integrated Care Programme for Homeless Adults
Access and Use of Mental Health Services among Individuals Experiencing Homelessness
Webinar 4 - 28th October
Travellers Role in developing health services based on the Traveller Community’s Own Values and Perceptions
Challenges and Barriers to accessing Health Care
Webinar 5 - 4th Novemebr
Mental Health and Psychological Trauma Among Syrian Refugees in Ireland; Exploring Mental Health and Psychosocial Support
Supporting Refugees around community integration and accessing Healthcare Services
The final (sixth) session will be a live panel discussion with various preseneters from the precedding webinars. The time is to be confirmed.
Event Application Form
If you are approved for this event, the price will be €15.00