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30 de ene 09:00 - 30 de ene 16:30


2nd Conference  - Impact of integration on the health of Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Migrant Populations.
   
The conference will address a variety of questions related to the impact of integration on the health of Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Migrant Populations.
 
What it is the role of the Health Education England (HEE) in Preparing for the Future Workforce to support the integration of asylum seekers, refugees and migrant populations?
What are the political realities related to the human rights of Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Migrant Populations?
How can health care services be involved in the integration process and what resources are needed to support this?
How do healthcare professionals facilitate the promotion of integration of Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Migrant Populations?
How do healthcare academics facilitate the promotion of integration of Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Migrant Populations? 
 
9.00 – 9.30  Arrival and Registration
9.30 – 9.40  Welcome and Introduction
Professor Raphaela Kane
Executive Dean and Director
Nursing and Allied Health, Faculty of Education, Health and Community
Liverpool John Moores University
 Main Hall - Princes Suite 1
9.40 – 10.00  What it is the role of the Health Education England (HEE) in Preparing for the Future Workforce to support the integration of asylum seekers, refugees and migrant populations?
 Liz Fenton, Deputy Chief Nurse, Health Education England
Main Hall - Princes Suite 1
10.00 – 10.20  What are the political realities related to the human rights of Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Migrant Populations?
Mr Peter Sim - Immigration Solicitor.
Main Hall - Princes Suite 1
10.20 – 10.40  How can health care services be involved in the integration process and what resources are needed to support this?
Dr Kevin Pottie
Associate Professor and Clinician-Investigator
Bruyère Research Institute School of Epidemiology
Public Health and Preventive Medicine, University of Ottawa, Canada
Main Hall - Princes Suite 1 
10.40 – 11.00  Q&A  Main Hall - Princes Suite 1
 
11.00 – 11.15  Refreshments
11.15 - 11.55  How do healthcare professionals facilitate the promotion of integration of Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Migrant Populations?
11.15 – 11.35  Initial Health Assessment of Newly Arrived Asylum Seekers. 
Dr Mary Ryan
Chief Executive
Urgent Care (UC 24)
 
Philomène Uwamaliya
Senior Lecturer
Faculty of Education, Health and Community
Liverpool John Moores University
Main Hall - Princes Suite 1
11.35 -11.55  Asylum Seekers and Migrants’ health
Dr Peter Gough
Doctors of the World UK part of the Médecins du Monde network
Main Hall - Princes Suite 1
11.55 – 12.05  Q&A  Main Hall - Princes Suite 1
12.05 -12.45  How do healthcare academics facilitate the promotion of integration of Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Migrant Populations? 
12.05 – 12.25  Addressing mental health needs of asylum seekers, refugees and Migrant Populations
Dr Ross White
Reader in Clinical Psychology
Liverpool University
12.25 – 12.45 Humanitarian Champions Programme
Philomène Uwamaliya, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education, Health and Community, Liverpool John Moores University
 Main Hall - Princes Suite 1 
12.45 – 12.55  Q&A
12.55 – 13.45 Lunch & Networking - Restaurant
13.45 – 14.35
Workshop: A - The Destitution Roadshow
Why Asylum Seekers come here?
What happens to them and how they find a way through destitution?
How to facilitate access to services that support Asylum seekers and refugees? Demo online resource hub? 
Facilitated by
Mr. Ewan Roberts
Centre Manager
&
Mr. Durani Rapozo
Complex Needs Case Worker
Asylum Link Merseyside.
Princes Suite 1
 
Workshop: B - Supporting Sanctuary: Mitigating Harm in British, Danish and Swedish Asylum Systems. 
Facilitated by
 Dr Victoria Canning
 Associate Professor
University of Bristol 
Princes Suite 2
Workshop: C - Self-Care for Professionals Caring for Asylum Seekers and Refugees
Facilitated by
Dr Angela Burnett
Lead Doctor and Responsible Officer
Freedom from Torture, London centre
Princes Suite 3
14.35 – 14.45 Refreshments 
14.45 – 15.15 Parallel Session Feedback 
Main Hall - Princes Suite 1
15.15 – 15.45  Reflection on the Government’s integration policy
Mr Maurice Wren
Chief Executive Refugee Council, London
Main Hall - Princes Suite 1
15.45 – 16.15 Impact of integration on the health of Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Migrant Populations The Way Forward
Equality Human Right Commissioner
Main Hall - Princes Suite 1
16.15 – 16.30  Closing Comments
Professor Raphaela Kane and Liz Fenton
Main Hall - Princes Suite 1
 
Biographies (more to follow)
Professor Raphaela Kane
Interim Executive Dean and Director of Nursing and Allied Health
Faculty of Education, Health and Community 
Liverpool John Moores University
Professor Raphaela Kane is the Director of the School of Nursing and Allied Health since 2014 and has, since October 2017 held the position of Interim Dean of the Faculty of Education Health and Community. Raphaela has a background specialising in Accident and Emergency Nursing in both the UK and Ireland. Following an extensive clinical and senior management career in the NHS in London, Professor Kane has enjoyed a variety of roles in higher education, including a number of joint appointments. She values the importance of the relationship between education, practice and research for the benefit of patient care and ensures that it is central to the work of the School and Faculty and in her work with the NHS.  Raphaela was conferred with a Professorship at LJMU in 2016 in recognition of the impact she has demonstrated in healthcare and academic leadership.
Ms Philomène Uwamaliya
Senior Lecturer
Faculty of Education, Health and Community
Liverpool John Moores University
 
Philomene has been a registered mental health nurse since 2006 and holds an MSc in Public Health and International Development. She began teaching in 2011 at Liverpool John Moores University in the school of Nursing and Allied Health. She also has experience of working in public health with specific programmes aimed at increasing life expectancy. She has also worked on the different programmes aimed to redesign care pathways, with a greater focus on prevention, early intervention, health promotion and reduction of health inequalities, especially people with mental health problems, and asylum seekers and refugees.
In October 2016, Philomene won a prestigious Mary Seacole Leadership Award to develop the Online Resource Hub for professionals caring for asylum seekers and refugees.
The Mary Seacole Awards were created in her honour and provide the opportunity for individuals to undertake a specific health care project, or an educational or development activity that benefits and improves the health outcomes of people from BME communities. The awards are funded by Health Education England and are awarded in association with the Royal College of Midwives, the Royal College of Nursing, Unison and Unite, with support from NHS employers.
As a refugee herself, Philomene recognises the challenges professionals face whilst caring for asylum seekers and refugees. She is highly committed to ensuring that support services and commissioners provide the appropriate care to asylum seekers and refugees. As an educator, Philomene takes her role seriously in educating health and social care students and staff, and she shares her expertise with anyone she has the privilege of working with. She also works very closely with voluntary services, and collaborates with national and international organisations to influence policy related to asylum seekers and refugees, as well as acting as an advocate for asylum seekers and refugees.
Dr Peter Gough
Doctors of the World UK (part of the Médecins du Monde network)
Peter has been an NHS Family Doctor for nearly 34 years; for the past 17 he has been involved with communities in Rajasthan, India addressing issues of migration, health, education and the lack of opportunities for girls and women. Three years ago, Peter joined Doctors of the World as a volunteer GP and regularly works in their clinics in East London serving undocumented migrants, refugees and the homeless. Many of the people seen in these clinics have suffered from psychological and physical trauma, even torture. To enable him to improve his knowledge and skills in dealing with these challenges, he recently took sabbatical leave from NHS practice to study Psychotherapy and Counselling at Regent’s University, London. He remains passionate about Family Medicine and the contribution it can make to the rebuilding of lives.
 
Dr Angela Burnett
Lead Doctor and Responsible Officer
Freedom from Torture, London centre
Angela Burnett is Lead Doctor and Responsible Officer at Freedom from Torture, where she has worked since 1995. She writes extensively on the health of refugees and torture survivors, including a BMJ series and a resource pack for health workers. With Yohannes Fassil she wrote guidance for commissioning mental health services for vulnerable migrants. She delivers training, has mentored refugee doctors and has assisted in developing health services throughout the UK for refugees and torture survivors.
 Until recently she worked as a GP at the Greenhouse Practice in Hackney, caring for homeless people, refugees, and other vulnerable populations. Previously she worked in Zambia with people affected by HIV/AIDS and researched collaboration between traditional healers and formal health workers. She evaluated education programmes for Macedonian doctors, worked with Oxfam in Ethiopia with people affected by drought and famine and delivered training on working with survivors of violence and torture for health workers in Brazil.
 
Mr Ewan Roberts
Centre Manager
Asylum Link Merseyside
Ewan began working with refugees in earnest in 2001, as an ESOL Teacher, later managing a small training programme. In 2002 his company were successful in a bid to the EU Equal Programme. This began the Liverpool Asylum Seeker and Refugee Partnership, the LASAR DP, a bespoke project developing practical approaches to refugee integration in the fields of health, education, information and language development. 
In 2005 he became manager of Asylum Link Merseyside, a drop-in centre for asylum seekers and refugees. It provides direct advice and assistance to around 3000 people each year through casework, access to a social worker, destitution support and a range of social projects including breakfast and lunch for 200 people each day, football, bike repair walks, a women's group and allotments.
Central to the ethos at Asylum Link Merseyside is the need to make the asylum system understandable, both for those in it and for the communities into which people are placed. Delivering information sessions, working with Schools of Sanctuary, providing EU integration projects and working with mainstream partners all help to make our community a safer and more cohesive place. To be happy, everyone has to feel useful and everyone has to belong somewhere.
 
Mr Durani Rapozo
Complex Needs Coordinator
Asylum Link Merseyside
Durani Rapozo specialises in complex cases in his role as Complex Needs Coordinator for Asylum Link Merseyside, the biggest charity in Liverpool supporting asylum seekers. He is also a qualified Immigration Adviser(OISC Accredited) and supervising social worker. He supervises the social work team at Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit who give independent specialist legal advice and provide representation to people seeking entry or leave to remain in the UK. He also supervises the social work team at Revive, a charity that supports refugees and asylum seekers in Manchester. He is a Practice Educator and a PhD candidate at Chester University where he carries out research on ageing, the asylum process and social work. Durani is a visiting lecturer at Edgehill University, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool University and Salford University. Durani has worked with refugees and asylum seekers in the UK for 17 years. Durani is a refugee committed to ensuring services and commissioners provide the appropriate support to asylum seekers and refugees. Durani works very closely with the School of Nursing and Allied Health to share his expertise, ensuring that students are well informed on the changes to immigration policies.
 
Mr Maurice Wren
Chief Executive
Refugee Council, London
Maurice joined the Refugee Council as Chief Executive in March 2013, having previously worked in the homelessness and refugee protection fields with Shelter and Asylum Aid, where he was Director for 12 years. Maurice co-founded the groundbreaking Independent Asylum Commission in 2007 and Detention Forum in 2009, and is presently co-chair of the National Asylum Stakeholder Forum at the Home Office and chair of UK Refugee Week. He is a Trustee of Migrant Voice; Every Casualty Worldwide; and the European Network on Statelessness; and was made a Patron of Action Foundation in 2016. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the University of Edinburgh in November 2017, in recognition of his humanitarian work with refugees in the UK. 
 
*Travel / Venue Details:
Crowne Plaza Liverpool (2 St Nicholas Place, Princes Dock, Liverpool, L3 1QW | 0151 243 8000) is located near Liverpool’s Royal Liver Building (Pier Head) and is a short 6min walk from Liverpool James Street Train Station: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/dir/Liverpool+James+Street,+James+Street,+Liverpool/Crown+Plaza+Hotel+albert+dock/@53.4060206,-2.9965941,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x487b212dcdcb3333:0x319c1b443b497564!2m2!1d-2.9918507!2d53.4049082!1m5!1m1!1s0x487b212d47c4e92d:0xfe32c41e2f6ecfcb!2m2!1d-2.9969601!2d53.4074021!3e2
Further Venue Details & Accessibility Information:
The venue is fully accessible with elevators on each floor. Arrangements for private breastfeeding facilities have been put in place and guests are welcome to bring their dependants, as long as provisions for young children have been taken into consideration (parents/guardians must supervise their children at all times). Lip-speakers will also be in attendance.
Important Note(s):
Some photography, audio recording and filming will occur during the day. If you do not wish for your voice or image to be captured, we ask that you alert our media team upon your arrival.
Lunch will be provided for all attendees on the day and the following dietary requirements will be catered for; meat, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options will be available.
 

2 St Nicholas Place Princes Dock, Liverpool, L3 1QW


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