30. October 2019 - 10:00 till 16:00
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SEXUAL HEALTH & HIV: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES FOR THE HARD TO ENGAGE & VULNERABLE | University of Suffolk | Wednesday, 30. October 2019

The Public Health Academic Forum and East of England Research and Evaluation Hub are delighted to host an event to explore sexual health and HIV for hard to engage and vulnerable groups.
The one day event will take place at the University of Suffolk, drawing on their existing expertise in the area. We will have a range of speakers for a plenary session in the morning, including Barrister Chelvan (leading legal expert on LGBT+ asylum and Legal Aid Barrister of the Year 2014), Paul Driscoll-Evans (University of Suffolk) and Dr Lynsey Emmett (Public Health England). In the afternoon session there will be a choice of workshops. 
Final programme and workshop choices to follow. 
The session is FREE, but booking is required for catering purposes.