The Healthcare and Housing Conference 2020 will offer national policy updates and best-practice insight into the positive contributions housing can make to health and care. With major keynotes from organisations such as the National Housing Federation, NHS England and Housing LIN, attendees will gain access to interactive guidance on improving healthcare outcomes through the home.

Bringing together the health and housing sectors, attendees will be supported to work together to build strategies to improve community health through housing, make extensive cost savings and deliver a breadth of healthy homes.


Reasons to Attend

with the National Housing Federation and NHS England how to better integrate health and housing services

the latest policy and strategic direction for working in partnership across health and housing

ideas for new solutions and plans to improve health outcomes in your region through strategic housing projects

how to improve the discharge process through hospital to home (H2H) initiatives

plans for the development of healthy homes and how this can support independent living

from leading best practice case studies how a joined-up approach can simultaneously cut costs and improve health

the role of housing in the success of STPs and emerging ICSs

with those leading health and housing projects across the UK

This Conference is specifically designed for Housing Associations, the NHS, Local Government and the Voluntary Sector. Typical job titles include:
  • Commissioning Leads
  • Community Engagement and Involvement Officers
  • Neighbourhood Managers and Partnership Managers
  • Directors of Housing Services
  • Heads of Housing Development
  • Director of Housing
  • Heads of Care and Support
  • Heads of Housing
  • Housing Demand Managers
  • Housing Options Managers
  • Directors of Housing Support
  • Project Managers
  • Operations Managers
  • Councillors
  • Discharge Leads
  • Heads of Partnerships
  • Directors of Integration
  • Heads of Health and Social Care

*This Conference is also open to the wider public and private sectors to encourage networking and debate.