Publications

The Seafarers Hospital Society has a selection of publications which we hope will be of interest to you.

Press Releases

Seafarers Hospital Society launches free online mental health and wellbeing service (9 June 2016)
Seafarers Hospital Society extends free physiotherapy to fishermen nationwide (6 October 2015)
Seafarers Hospital Society extends free physiotherapy to officers (26 August 2015)

Annual reports

2016
2015

2014

2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006

Leaflets

Dreadnought Medical Service Fact Sheet
Physiotherapy scheme – Fishermen (Newlyn)
Physiotherapy scheme – Fishermen (UK wide)
Physiotherapy scheme – Merchant Seafarers
SAIL debt and money advice leaflet
SAIL general leaflet
Seafarers Link
Big White Wall leaflet
Big White Wall poster

Guides

Get Fit, Look Good, Feel Good – New Fitness Book for Seafarers (in association with The Physical Initiative)
Fisherman – A Health Workshop Manual for working fishermen

MCFG/MCG Reports

Supporting seafarers and their families: challenges for the future (2007)
Health care needs and access to healthcare amongst UK-based seafarers of working age (Institute of Occupational Medicine, 2011)

Accommodation, care and support strategy for older seafarers and their dependants: Executive summary (Institute of Public Care, 2010). For a copy of the full report go to www.mnwb.org

Better health for ex-seafarers (September 2012) Report
Better health for ex-seafarers (September 2012) Appendices
Better health for ex-seafarers (October 2012) Evaluation Report

UK Seafarers’ Demographic Profile (Institute of Public Care, February 2015)
Older Seafarers’ Needs (Opinion Research Services, July 2016)
Needs and aspirations of the dependants and families of seafarers under retirement age (Institute of Public Care, July 2017)

Navigating change: a review of the UK maritime welfare charity sector (The Researchery, October 2017) Summary Report
Navigating change: a review of the UK maritime welfare charity sector (The Researchery, October 2017) Full Report

Unable to download?

If you are unable to download the publication you want, please contact us and we will post it to you. You can call us on 020 8858 3696, email admin@seahospital.org.uk or write to us at 29 King William Walk, Greenwich, London SE10 9HX.