DeSTRESS CONFERENCE 2019, POVERTY, PATHOLOGY AND PILLS

DeSTRESS CONFERENCE 2019

POVERTY, PATHOLOGY AND PILLS

TUESDAY, 15 & WEDNESDAY,  16 JANUARY

FRANK & STEEL ROOMS, WELLCOME COLLECTION 183 Euston Road, London

  This two day symposium:

Examines the impact of poverty on mental health through the lives and experiences of people in disadvantaged communities.

Speakers include: Paul Farmer [Chief executive, MIND] Helen Stokes-Lampard [Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners] Gregor Henderson [Public Health England] Plus leading academics, community experts by experience, policy makers and practitioners The full programme is available at destressproject.org.uk/upcoming-events/

Considers the different social factors that contribute to this experience and how the NHS responds to these needs.

Shows how austerity is making things worse for individuals and their families, as well as the public services that support them.

Sets out new ways for GPs and primary care services to understand these issues and provide the most appropriate care.

This is a FREE event but spaces are very limited so registration is essential.

To register, or for further information, please contact Susanne Hughes: s.hughes@exeter.ac.uk | 07792 256421

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