For NHS staff

We offer a range of specialist training workshops, drawing on our experience of supporting refugees, migrants and asylum seekers to overcome barriers to healthcare. The workshops focus on the health needs and entitlements of these vulnerable groups and are suitable for a range of professionals working in health and social welfare settings.

For non-clinical staff:

  • Planning and delivery of primary care for vulnerable groups
  • Access to healthcare for refugees and migrants


For clinical staff:

  • Healthcare needs of unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young people
  • Healthcare needs of those resettled via the Syrian vulnerable persons resettlement programme


Right to Care for refugees and migrants

This one-hour training module for medical students and doctors on healthcare rights for refugees and vulnerable migrants in the UK covers the asylum process, entitlement to NHS care and barriers to accessing healthcare. It also explores why access to healthcare is important, ethical issues and the role of healthcare professionals as advocates.

Funded by Trust for London, it is available for free to medical schools in the UK. An online version of the module is available here. We also deliver a limited amount of this training directly to healthcare professionals. Contact Anna Miller if interested. 

For commissioners and providers

We work with Clinical Commissioning Groups and other health communities to develop innovative projects that meet the needs of asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants. We work both as a delivery partner and consultant to support health communities.

To schedule a training workshop for your staff, please contact Amy Kimbangi. To find out more about our services contact Lucy Jones.

We are also able to create tailored workshops and training sessions to suit other audiences or needs.