Making integrated services work

HH2023 Homepage header background image - CVENTThe Pathways from Homelessness annual symposium returns on the 15th – 16th March 2023.

Limited delegate places left available:

Following the announcement of the our 2023 conference agenda (View the Day 1 Agenda | View the Day 2 Agenda) we have seen a dramatic rise in delegate bookings. Places at our London venue are limited, so be sure to book soon to avoid disappointment.

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Do you know about our Group Booking Discount?

Any booking of 4+ delegate places as part of a group booking will automatically receive a 5% discount which is applied at checkout.

Keynote speakers include:

Dr Shubulade (Lade) Smith CBE, Clinical Director for the Forensic Service, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Professor Andrea Williamson, Professor of General Practice and Inclusion Health, University of Glasgow
Matt Downie MBE, Chief Executive, Crisis
Professor Sir Stephen Powis, National Medical Director, NHS England
Dr Chris Sargeant, Medical Director, Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health

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New Hybrid format for 2023: Participate your way


Come to our London venue – St Mary’s London, York Street, London, W1H 1PQ – for both days to hear expert presentations, soak up all the latest clinical practice and research and network with homeless health professionals from across the UK and from further afield.

The best way to participate for all of you who regard the Symposium as a key opportunity to learn from and share experiences with peers from around the world.


Can’t get to London but want all the benefits of watching the programme in a group setting closer to home?

Book your place at a regional hub in Manchester, Leeds or Birmingham for all the professional content and networking without the travel.


Not sure if you’ll be able to commit to attending but want to watch key presentations over the two days and have access to the full Symposium box set after the event for education and training purposes?

The online format, available anywhere in the world, allows you to watch live or catch up on demand.

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About this year’s symposium

How can we make effective integrated services, starting with the individual’s needs, a reality in localities? To both prevent homelessness and deal with the complex challenges homeless people often present?

What can we learn from the Manchester model of reform approached through organisational and budget consolidation under the Mayor’s Office leadership?

What can we learn from other localities where public health responsibilities have devolved to local councils and wellbeing policies have been implemented? What can we learn from coalitions of the willing in localities?

What can we learn from the most effective models of early intervention and effective intervention through housing first?

This programme brings together the best practice, policy, clinical and intervention work with homeless people, not just from the UK but internationally.

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