Healthcare at the margins in the age of Covid

CMA Annual Conference and AGM
Healthcare at the margins in the age of Covid
Via Zoom
Date: Saturday 22nd May 2021
Time: 9:15am
Who: All are warmly welcome to the conference. The AGM is open to CMA members only. To become a member of the CMA, please register here.

How do we support the homeless, disadvantaged and other vulnerable people?
How does the Catholic Church support and protect people in need?
What does our faith tell us about how we should respond?

This year’s Annual Conference will look at all these issues and also think through some of the ways in which that all changed with Covid.

The AGMs of the CMA (UK) and the Catholic Medical Missionary Society (CMMS) will start at 9:15am.
The conference itself will start at 11am and run through till 1pm.
Following the conference, Holy Mass will be streamed from Arundel Cathedral in Sussex.

To book your place and get access codes please email

Conference and AGM 2020: Healthcare at the Margins

Postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak


The Church’s work countering modern Slavery, Rt Rev Bishop P Lynch, Chair of the Committee for Overseas Mission CBEW

Mental health of refugees, Paul Farmer CBE, Chief Executive of Mind

The Jesuit Refugee Centre, Nicholas Hanrahan, Community Outreach Officer

Understanding the needs of our Gypsy and Traveller Families, Lisa Gavin Clinical Lead for Inclusion Health and Gypsy and Traveller Health projects Surrey

Euthanasia: A secular or religious issue?, Michael Wee Education and Research Officer, The Anscombe Bioethics Centre, Oxford

Issues in Palliative Care, Dr Marie Joseph MB BS FRCP Medical Director & Consultant in Palliative Medicine, St Raphael’s Hospice, Surrey and Macmillan Consultant, Epsom & St Heliers Hospital