Not just another tick-box: Delivering on equality and inclusion
Recent anti-racism protests around the world have cast a harsh spotlight on the NHS and the way its Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic staff are treated.
Healthcare leaders have been urged to confront the unjust realities experienced by BAME staff and patients, which has been further exacerbated against the backdrop of covid-19, by which they have been disproportionately affected.
The bid to combat racial discrimination across the service will require long-term commitment from both leaders and their teams, including the allyship from white colleagues.
As workforce leaders begin to take significant steps towards dismantling longstanding inequalities with clear vision and accountability, we’ll be sharing practical strategies and steps you can take to shift the rhetoric into meaningful action. Join us for this webinar to hear from expert speakers to:
- Using reverse mentoring to facilitate difficult conversations around race and to develop cultural humility and remove assumptions. Learn how you can make this part of routine practice to truly listen to, support and protect BAME employees
- Recognise systemic racism as a governance issue and find out what leaders are doing to tackle it
- Take away evidenced-based interventions and best practice examples to advance the right behaviours in your organisation, reduce workforce inequalities and enhance both staff and patient care
- Stacy Johnson MBE, Associate Professor at The University of Nottingham
- Nami Sajja, Senior Organisational Development Practitioner & Ruth Colville, Snr. Project Manager, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
- Professor Anton Emmanuel, Interim Senior Clinical Lead, NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard