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Special Interest Group for Homelessness and Health (SIGH)


SIGH Link Workers

Role of the SIGH Link Worker

MSF Regional Centres


  • To promote circulation of information amongst members of SIGH

  • To promote transference of information directly from members to other members

  • To promote communication in all directions in addition to SIGH business meeting minutes that are sent out by centre officers.


Sigh Link Workers

  • There is a link worker for each MSF region

  • The link worker’s name is beside the MSF regional office on the membership list

  •   Where there is no named link worker, one needs to be recruited

Role of the Sigh Link Worker

The link worker will receive information on study events, new practices etc from members in own region and send to all members in the region, SIGH secretary and link workers in other regions.
The link worker will receive information from other link workers and distribute to members in own region.

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