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We have posted a blog bringing together some of the (anonymised) thoughts the presentation provoked among those present (from the Teams chat and the Q&A part of the event).

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This webinar will share and discuss emerging findings from a study exploring health and social care practitioner attitudes and approaches to mental capacity assessments with people experiencing homelessness and multiple disadvantage.

Factors such as poor mental health, substance use, the effects of trauma and service mistrust, and executive dysfunction in this population mean that assessments under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 can be particularly challenging. This study is exploring what makes a 'good' assessment and if we should be thinking more about mental capacity.

This event will be led by Jess Harris and Stephen Martineau from the Homelessness Research Programme at HSCWRU, King's College London.

Homelessness series at King's

This webinar, which takes place on MS Teams only, is part of the Homelessness series, organised out of the NIHR Health and Social Care Workforce Research Unit, King's College London.

We generally send out the slides following meetings and post them here, but do not record sessions.

Please get in touch with Jess Harris if you would like to join the mailing list for the Homelessness series.

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Jess Harris

Research Fellow

Research Fellow