NHS Diversity and Inclusion Forum

When: 20th November 2019
Venue: Central London
Cost: £250 +VAT (concessionary rates available)

This event will focus on:

  • Developing an NHS workforce that is representative of the population it serves to improve patients care, safety and overall satisfaction with the health service
  • Reducing gender and ethnicity pay gaps and key hurdles to overcome
  • Improving diversity in senior leadership roles, developing a sustainable talent pipeline and improving workplace cultures to support inclusion

Confirmed speakers include:

  • 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 Oum, Chair, Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust and Co-Chair, BME Leadership Network, NHS Confederation

For more information and to book tickets, please visit https://westminsterinsight.com/event/3415/NHS_Diversity_and_Inclusion_Forum

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