Inclusion Health: The Role of Health and Social Care Professionals in Supporting Marginalised Populations in Ireland.
The IIRRT has only 4 places on this interprofessional course so please book quickly to secure your place .
Course Dates There are six modules- five will be made available on demand, one week apart and the sixth session will be a live panel discussion which will facilitate Q and A etc
The first module will be made available on – 7th October
Followed by – 14th Oct, 21st Oct, 28th Oct, 4th November
And the live panel discussion 18th Nov (TBC)
Course cost:There is a nominal fee to cover administration costs of 15 euros non refundable
Description of this event 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