Pathway From Homelessness 2022


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Welcome to the live stream page of Pathways from Homelessness 2022.

Terrific success was achieved in a terrible year through the “Everyone In” programme – a bright light of collaboration, social action, decisive government and local government leadership.

The next challenge is to sustain and embed that success and not go backwards in 2022 and the decade ahead.

How can we avoid a repeat of the mistakes made after the 2008 financial crash?

  • Government has continued with the policy without announcing the means for 2022
  • Economic fallout we know will lead to increasing homelessness and health challenges
  • Rule changes as pandemic unwinds and new rules on recourse to public funds will leave new groups vulnerable, especially legal immigrant communities
  • The hidden homelessness are likely to become hidden no more


Please click on the tabs below to see the seminar agenda for each day of this event.


Click on a speaker to read their biography.

Special thanks to our session chairs:

  • Alex Bax, Chief Executive, Pathway
  • Dr Nigel Hewett OBE, Secretary, The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health
  • Elaine Goodwin, National Homeless and Inclusion Health Nursing Lead, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Sam Pratt
  • Jeff Parker
  • Mandy Pattinson
  • James Dillon
  • Gill Leng, Health and Homelessness Advisor, Office for Health Improvement
  • Leila Reid
  • Nada Ayed
  • Charlotte Hoban
  • Trudy Boyce
  • John Conolly
  • Alistair Flowers
  • Grace Sumner
  • Andrew F Goddard, President, Royal College of Physicians; Honorary Professor, University of Nottingham, School of Medicine; Consultant Gastroenterologist, Royal Derby Hospital
  • Sophie Koehne
  • Dr Pippa Medcalf
  • Jo Dawes
  • Seema Pattni
  • Tim Robson
  • Dee O’Connell, Head of Programmes, Pathway
  • Peter Cockersell
  • Angela Burnett


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