Breaking Barriers: how a place based approach to health and housing can unlock substantial savings
Drawing on key findings from a new *Breaking Barriers Innovation Health and Housing report, we will consider pragmatic ways that local leaders can co-design services and collaborate to deliver an integrated health and housing agenda for the communities they serve.
This third GovTech Leaders Breakfast Club event will be chaired by Lord Kamlesh Patel of Bradford, whose experiences in his early career as a social worker in inner city Bradford, to his current role as Chair of Social Work England promise to inform a lively debate on how to turn policy into action.
Key questions to be discussed at the event, which will take place in the Quebecs Hotel in Leeds on Thursday 29th November include:
We hope that you’ll be able to join us.
When: 8.15am to 10.30am, Thursday 29th November 2018
Where: Quebecs Hotel, Leeds
*Click here for the Breaking Barriers Innovation Health and Housing report