This video, filmed at NHS Expo 2015, is about Inclusion Health and Lived Experience.
Inclusion Health is about supporting those who are excluded in society and marginalised from mainstream services.
Inclusion Health Groups are not usually best served by healthcare services, and have significantly poorer health outcomes. Traditional definitions cover people who are homeless, vulnerable migrants (refugees and asylum seekers), sex workers, and those from the Traveller community (including Gypsies and Roma).
NHS England’s working definition also includes those undergoing or surviving Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Human Trafficking, those who define themselves as being part of a recovery movement, and the trans/non-binary community - an interim protocol for gender identity services is in place and the service specification is under review.
Our definition of those in scope is kept under constant and regular review.
Music: Behind your window by Kai Engel via freemusicarchive.org