Inclusion Health Seminar Series - Dr Austin O’Carroll. Please join us for the second of four seminars – open to anyone interested in Inclusion Health and in addressing health inequities.
We are delighted to welcome Dr Austin O’Carroll
Title: Making Sense of Street Chaos
Date: Wednesday 5th May 2021 Time: 13:00 – 14:00hrs (UK)
Venue: Register HERE by Tuesday 4th May 2021
Dr Austin O Carroll MICGP, DHealth, FRCPI (Hon) founded several initiatives:
- Safetynet (2007) which provides GP services to over 6000 marginalized patients annually throughout Ireland. He was Medical Director from 2007-2017
- GMQ, a primary care programme for homeless people
- Partnership for Health Equity, research, education, policy and service delivery collaboration
- GPCareForAll, a new social enterprise that creates new GP practices in areas of deprivation
- North Dublin City GP Training programme, the first internationally that trains GPs to work in communities affected by deprivation or marginalization
He received the Fiona Bradley Award; the Time & Tide Award for his work with migrants; the Healthcare professional of the Year Award 2015; the Doolin Award; and Gertrude Ronan Award. He was awarded the 5 Star Doctor Award from Wonca Europe in 2020.
Inclusion Health (IH) is a research, service and policy agenda that aims to prevent and redress health and social inequities among the most vulnerable and marginalised people in a community. Tackling inequity is high on the policy agendas of the Northern Ireland Department of Health and many stakeholders have been building collaborative efforts to address related policy and service issues.
In September 2020, an Inclusion Health Research Group was established at Queen’s University Belfast. Over the past six months we have been building relationships with those interested in this work in Northern Ireland and wish to create a learning platform to engage a wider audience both in Northern Ireland and further afield.
In launching this online seminar series, we invite speakers to talk about their experience and interest in this area with the hope that it might form the foundation for a future research, service and policy learning exchange network for Inclusion Health in Northern Ireland.
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