Overview

13 Oct, 20229:00 am-4:20 pm

The Health & Housing Conference 2022 will explore how partnership working can improve public health outcomes for the most vulnerable, ease pressure on NHS services, and reduce health inequalities. Designed in partnership with numerous health and housing organisations following extensive research with both sectors, the Conference will bring together delegates from both health services and social housing providers to facilitate the development of mutually beneficial partnerships improve outcomes for service users.

The Health & Housing Conference 2022 will explore how partnership working can improve public health outcomes for the most vulnerable, ease pressure on NHS services, and reduce health inequalities. Designed in partnership with numerous health and housing organisations following extensive research with both sectors, the Conference will bring together delegates from both health services and social housing providers to facilitate the development of mutually beneficial partnerships improve outcomes for service users.

 

By attending you will gain:

  • An update from Professor Sir Michael Marmot on developments in health and housing since the publication of the Marmot review, exploring the link between quality housing and health inequalities
  • Practical guidance from leading experts across the health and housing sectors on how to improve public health through housing interventions, and ease pressure on NHS services
  • Interactive discussion around the correct gathering and application of data to aid interventions
  • An opportunity to network with geographically relevant potential partner organisations across both health and housing, gaining key contacts to support in exploring partnership work in your area
  • Practical guidance on how to create and maintain strong cross-sectoral relationships, improving service delivery

Key Speakers

Professor Sir Michael Marmot photo
Professor Sir Michael Marmot
Professor of Epidemiology
University College London
Jeremy Porteus photo
Jeremy Porteus
Chief Executive
Housing LIN
Julie Barratt photo
Julie Barratt
President
CIEH
James Prestwich photo
James Prestwich
Director of Policy and External Affairs
Chartered Institute of Housing
Venus Galarza-Mullins photo
Venus Galarza-Mullins
Policy Manager
Shelter
Michael McLaughlin photo
Michael McLaughlin
Digital Lead
HACT
Helen Harding-Bentley photo
Helen Harding-Bentley
Head of Supported Housing
Sanctuary Supported Living
DLUHC Representative photo
DLUHC Representative

Agenda

9:00 am
Arrival and Networking
9:40 am
Chair’s Welcome Address

Following an introduction from the Chair we’ll be kicking off this live, face to face event with interactive icebreakers designed to encourage early introductions ahead of further networking throughout the day.

 Get to know fellow colleagues and participants and share your key learning objectives for the day.

 Expect lots of interactivity with this being a brilliant opportunity to interact, network and learn from your peers in a safe, face to face environment.

Peter Molyneux
Peter Molyneux
Chair
Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Invited
10:00 am
In Discussion with Professor Sir Michael Marmot: ‘Health Equity in England: The Marmot Review 10 Years On’

Facilitated by our Chair, this Q&A session will provide you with an opportunity to engage with Sir Michael Marmot and gain practical guidance to support you in addressing key pain points within your organisation in relation to health and housing. You will also receive expert guidance on how to create and maintain long-lasting and effective healthcare and housing partnerships and relationships.

In this discussion led by the Chair, we will:

  • Explore research evidencing the link between poor quality housing and health inequalities, discussing the ever-increasing relationship between the two
  • Discuss practical and collaborative solutions that health and housing providers can adopt in order to overcome public policy roadblocks and better meet the needs of their service users
  • Highlight the importance of preparedness for the impending cost of living crisis, recognising the connection between increased pressures housing and health services face for most vulnerable
  • Discover why it is essential that providers continue to collect a rich source of service user data, supporting more effective and better joined up future responses
Professor Sir Michael Marmot
Professor Sir Michael Marmot
Professor of Epidemiology
University College London
Confirmed
10:30 am
NHS Confed Keynote: Working with Social Housing Providers to Reduce Pressure on NHS Services

This session will:

  • Examine how poor-quality housing contributes to pressures on NHS services and the NHS backlog
  • Highlight the opportunities presented by increased integration across health and social care to drive improvements in housing quality that improve public health
  • Discuss the role of community services in easing pressures on acute services, and how community health services and social housing providers can support each other in service delivery
  • Demonstrate what best practice partnership working looks like across the health and housing sectors
  • Share the positive results that NHS Confed MH can attribute to their partnership working
Sean Duggan OBE
Sean Duggan OBE
Chief Executive- Mental Health Network
NHS Confederation
Confirmed
10:40 am
Questions and Answers Session with Sean Duggan OBE
11:00 am
Networking Break
11:20 am
Interactive Panel Discussion: What Works? Effective Housing Interventions that Improve Public Health Outcomes

Using the Swapcard app to submit questions, our panellists will discuss what works for effective housing interventions that improve public health outcomes. With a combination of health and housing experts, delegates will be provided with a unique opportunity to gain insight into what drives health/housing sectors and how to gain buy in with their local organisation into partnership working to reduce collective burden.

This session will:

  • Highlight the most effective interventions for improving public health outcomes that can be adopted by housing providers
  • Share best practice examples for collaboration and partnership working between health and housing services to improve health outcomes for residents
  • Discuss how to effectively target and evaluate interventions to maximise health benefits for the residents that need them most
  • Provide practical guidance on how to successfully implement working strategies between housing providers and health services
Julie Barratt
Julie Barratt
President
CIEH
Confirmed
Jeremy Porteus
Jeremy Porteus
Chief Executive
Housing LIN
Confirmed
James Prestwich
James Prestwich
Director of Policy and External Affairs
Chartered Institute of Housing
Confirmed
Sally Burns
Sally Burns
Director of Public Health
West Northamptonshire Council
Invited
12:10 pm
Practical Guidance Session: How to Increase Impact on Health Outcomes as a Social Housing Provider

This session will:

  •  Address benefits of integration into and collocation of health and housing services to increase the tangible impact on health outcomes, so that health and housing needs can be addressed simultaneously, and collectively reduce the burden on both services
  • Discuss the role of housing focused social prescribing, covering areas such as housing advice and housing workers in hospitals to support the discharge process, improve patient flow, and reduce re-admission rates
  • Share best practice strategies for patient and resident engagement and coproduction to ensure that your services effectively meet local residents’ needs

This session will include opportunities for delegate questions and answers.

Venus Galarza-Mullins
Venus Galarza-Mullins
Policy Manager
Shelter
Confirmed
Katherine Merrifield
Katherine Merrifield
Assistant Director (Healthy Lives Team)
The Health Foundation
Confirmed
12:50 pm
Group Discussion

In this session, you will share your key takeaways from the morning’s sessions with colleagues and how they relate to the challenges you and your colleagues are facing.

1:00 pm
Networking Lunch
2:00 pm
DLUHC: Outlining the Importance of Cross-Sector Working to Achieve the Levelling Up "12 Missions"

This session will discuss:

  • The connection between public health, quality housing stock, and Levelling Up
  • How the Levelling Up White Paper’s “12 Missions” and goal to reduce the gap in Healthy Life Expectancy relate to efforts to improve public health through improving the quality of social housing
  • The latest policy developments and how to access the funding available for combined health and housing projects that support the Levelling Up agenda
DLUHC Representative
DLUHC Representative
Confirmed
2:30 pm
Interactive Panel Discussion: Working Together Across Health and Housing to Gather Data that Effectively Improves Health Outcomes

 This session will:

  • Explain what data health and housing services can legitimately hold on service users, according to GDPR
  • Examine how this data can be used to maximise the impact of interventions by identifying those facing multiple factors that contribute to poor health outcomes
  • Providing guidance on how to continually gather and layer this data in order to gain a clear picture of the health and housing needs of vulnerable residents, adopting a predictive approach to issues rather than reactive
  • Critically analyse how to navigate the bureaucratic elements and cost limitations of implementing a data system and meeting data standards whilst continuing to prioritise the needs of service users
Jack Ostrofsky
Jack Ostrofsky
Chair - BIM4Housing Associations
Head of Quality and Design - Southern Housing Group
Confirmed
Michael McLaughlin
Michael McLaughlin
Digital Lead
HACT
Confirmed
Dr Amanda Webb
Dr Amanda Webb
Chief Medical Officer
Bath & NE Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire ICS
Invited
3:10 pm
Networking Break
3:30 pm
Housing
Health
Case Study: Working in Partnership to Improve Health Outcomes for Tenants and Reduce Pressure on the NHS

This case study session will:

  • Demonstrating how Sanctuary Housing works with its healthcare partners to provide invaluable housing and health support for their tenants leading to an easing of pressure placed upon the NHS
  • Sharing insights into how Sanctuary Supported Living have proactively championed improving tenants experience of care through integration
  • Utilising Sanctuary Supported Living’s experiences to improve partnership working with healthcare providers to reduce cost burden, improve resident access to healthcare support and improve tenants’ overall experience
Helen Harding-Bentley
Helen Harding-Bentley
Head of Supported Housing
Sanctuary Supported Living
Confirmed
Case Study: Showcasing the Value of Partnership Working to Tackle Health Inequalities in Bradford

The Reducing Inequalities in Communities (RIC) programme is made up of 21 projects and over 50 organisations, all aiming to improve health outcomes and tackle inequalities at different stages of life.

This session will discuss:

  • Best practice for establishing cross-sector partnerships to improve public health
  • The role of effective partnership working in reducing pressure on NHS services
  • How to identify and target the most effective interventions to reduce health inequalities
  • The most effective housing interventions that have positively impacted public health and reduced health inequalities in Bradford
Dr Sohail Abbas
Dr Sohail Abbas
Director
Bradford District and Craven Reducing Inequalities Alliance
Invited
4:00 pm
Chair’s Closing Remarks

In this final session, you will reflect on the day’s sessions with colleagues, and consider how they meet your learning objectives and can support you in developing local health and housing partnerships to improve public health outcomes.

Peter Molyneux
Peter Molyneux
Chair
Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Invited
4:20 pm
Forum Close

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Venue

London