cliniQ Conference 2019

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cliniQ Event: 25th October 2019 12pm to 5pm London

Trans Health Matters

Afternoon of Talks, Discussions. Community Voices Matter.
We invite you to join us for a light lunch & networking 12pm.
Talks begin at 1pm to 5pm.

Trans Power a talk with Juno Roche leading in to Community Voices. 

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Full Programme:

Trans Health Matters: A Time for Change

An Afternoon Event 12pm to 5pm 25th October 2019

What do we mean by ‘Best Pratice’? 

Discussions, talks, recommendations and community voice.

12pm to 1pm: We invite you to join us for lunch & networking 1pm to 5pm Introduction, talks and panel discussion, community voice.

  • Trans Health Matters is a series of conferences by cliniQ CIC Holistic Wellbeing, Sexual Health and HIV service.
  • This event is delivered in partnership with King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Our aim is to advance and share best practice and to continue to build and develop services for trans and non-binary people that are inclusive, respect diversity and address health inequalities.
  • The event is for clinicians, commissioners, policy makers, community organisations, the voluntary sector and for trans, non-binary and gender diverse people.
  • We will have a strong rights and equalities focus and will look at specific health needs and issues surrounding trans and non-binary people’s inclusion in the planning and delivery of health and social care services, with a view to reducing barriers to services and moving towards an inclusive approach to trans health matters.

 Agenda:

 1pm Mzz Kimberley cliniQ Paton – Welcome and introductions

 1.15pm Dr Michael Brady: National Advisor for LGBT Health, NHS England

    Understanding and addressing health inequalities for trans and non-binary people

1.30pm Valerie Delpech PHE (Public Health England)

    Data -What Needs to Change? HARS: An Example of Good Practice in Data Collection

1.45pm Michelle Ross Founder cliniQ

    Trans Health –What do we mean by Good Practice or Best Practice?

2pm Jacob Bayliss Pride in Practice Manger, LGBT Foundation

    Delivering best practice in Primary Care

2.15pm – 2.45pm Panel Discussion – Best Practice. What Needs to Change?

2.45pm – 3.15pm Tea and Coffee Break

3.15pm – 3.45pm Breakout sessions.

  1. 1. What do we need to do to improve support for trans and non-binary people in primary care?
  2. What should be done to improve mental health for trans and non-binary people?
  3. How can we ensure the best data collection to deliver high quality inclusive services

3.45pm – 4pm Feedback from breakout sessions

4pm – 4.15pm Juno Roche: Writer & Campainer  ‘Trans Power’ what is Trans Power?

4.15pm – 4.45pm Community Voice. A discussion for all attendees including personal reflections on the day and actions to take forward to achieve real change. Your voice matters.

4.45pm Closing remarks: Michelle Ross and Michael Brady

5pm Close

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