The theme for this year's event is:

Exploring south London health and care needs and inequalities through research: sharing insights from patient and community organisations

Bringing together knowledge from different sources, especially where this draws on lived experience, can help us explore how to improve health and wellbeing.

Speakers will include:

  • Healthwatch Sutton, exploring the health and care impacts of the cost of living crisis, including on people who already have chronic health conditions or are using care services.
  • Homelessness charity Groundswell drawing on peer research approaches to explore the local effects of multiple disadvantage, including experiences of homelessness, insecure housing, mental ill-health, substance use and/or contact with the criminal justice system.

The event will also include networking opportunities and smaller breakout discussions to help inform future research as well as consider the implications for the wider health and care system in south London.


  • The event will be held at Coin Street Conference Centre, 108 Stamford St, London SE1 9NH (near Waterloo station).
  • All are welcome, but places are limited so it is advisable to book early.
  • We will provide lunch and refreshments during the afternoon.

Book your place

Find out more and register on Eventbrite

Unable to attend?

If you are unable to attend, there will be an alternative evening online event on 24 October. Find out more and register for the online event.