Health

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Migrant Health Network
The West Midlands Regional Migrant Health Network was established in 2014 by WMSMP, with funding from, and in partnership with, Public Health England.

The Migrant Health Network (MHN) is a successful and effective network of practitioners across health and local government and meets quarterly. The Network has clear objectives to ensure connectivity across the region on migrant health issues, identifying and developing responses to the health needs and impact of migrant communities; ensuring connections between the migrant health agenda and Public Health Outcomes and that these are reflected in commissioning priorities at a local level.

Migrant Health Summit
The West Midlands Summit on migrant health provided multidisciplinary stakeholders with the opportunity to discuss further actions required to meet health needs related to vulnerable migrant groups; to make recommendations for future collective action and to consider how we strengthen inter-agency collaboration. Speakers included local and national system leaders; national and local experts; voluntary sector; analysts and academia. A range of presentations provided updates on the latest policy drivers; discussions on the impact of migration across our local areas; descriptions of existing and emerging good practice; evidence; data and system challenges. Workshops explored key issues in more detail including wider system challenges; health needs and mental health. Please send any comments and feedback to Karen.saunders@phe.gov.uk.

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