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Drugs & Data - Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health (London Region)

Drugs & Data - Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health (London Region)

Drugs & Data - Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health (London Region)

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health

6pm - 8pm

Room 1, 23rd Floor, Portland House, Westminster City Council, Bressenden Place, London, SW1E 5RS

Are you passionate about homelessness, health, and societal exclusion?

Join the London region of The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health for a free evening of CPD on the latest research and developments in the field.

The packed agenda includes:

      The challenges of data sharing in the face of information governance
      Spice/ Mamba/NPS/SCRA/WTF? - A presentation on next generation drugs
      Networking opportunities and discussion

Anyone working or volunteering with issues of health, homelessness, exclusion, outreach or social care is welcome to attend, as are people with lived experience of exclusion.

CPD certification available.

Brought to you with kind support from Lankelly Chase Foundation, with thanks to Westminster City Council.

Click here to register for the event.

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