Centre for Homelessness and Inclusion Health
The Centre for Homelessness and Inclusion Health (CHIH) is a collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and local partners in Scotland to improve the health and wellbeing of people who experience homelessness.
This collaboration is an exciting initiative to bring together people with lived experience of homelessness, those working in the NHS, third sector, policy, local government and academia to work together to develop learning, teaching and research to improve the health and wellbeing of people who experience the worst health outcomes in society. The Centre for Homelessness and Inclusion Health (The Centre) was established in 2017 and since then, we have built up strong partnerships working across a range of different homelessness organisation in the city. We have increased our understanding of different perspectives - including those of people with lived experience of homelessness - and developed a clear vision of how we can work together to make a difference. Read more...
Student Homelessness and Inclusion Health Society
This society aims to get the student community more integrated and involved in health services for the homeless and other vulnerable populations, and on educating the public on the issues of homelessness and health access in our university community.
Learning and Teaching
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