Employing talent from all communities and backgrounds, the NHS’s workforce boasts levels of diversity that far outstrip that of the national average. A report conducted by the NHS Confederation however reveals a decline of senior management positions which are occupied by ethnic minority groups.
Join us to hear updates from leading experts from across health and social care organisations to understand what initiatives are working, and benefit from case studies about how to practically implement diversity and inclusion programmes on the ground.
- Tony Vickers-Byrne, Chief Advisor for HR Practice, CIPD
- Paul Deemer, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, NHS Employers
- Professor Dame Jane Dacre, Lead, Independent Review, Gender Pay Gap in Medicine
- Dr Habib Naqvi, Policy Lead, NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard, NHS England
- Tracie Jolliff, Director of Inclusion, NHS Leadership Academy, and Senior Guiding Group Member, Health & Care Women Leaders Network
- Lydia Warren, Co-Chair, BartsAbility Group, Barts Health NHS Trust
- Samantha Ming, Co-Chair, BartsAbility Group, Barts Health NHS Trust
- Harjit Bansal, Equality and Diversity Manager, North East London Foundation Trusts
- Danielle Onum, Chair, Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust and Co-Chair, BME Leadership Network, NHS Confederation
- Develop an NHS workforce that is representative of the population it serves to improve patients care, safety and overall satisfaction with the health service
- Reduce gender and ethnicity pay gaps and key hurdles to overcome
- Improve diversity in senior leadership roles, developing a sustainable talent pipeline and improving workplace cultures to support inclusion