Anti-Racism Autumn 2023 Training Date Released

We are delighted to have received such fantastic support for our anti-racism training sessions across Sussex, working with you all as allies to address the role racism plays in healthcare and its impact on staff, patients and patient outcomes.

The feedback from attendees has outlined the difference our sessions have made, please see some of their quotes below:

"I believe the training will help me in future to identify and deal with any kind of situations like this that may occur. I'll have to see how well what I learned will transfer back to the job, but I'm confident the training provided me with a lot of insight and necessary tools."

"Really excellent training. I hope I can share the learning and bring meaningful change."

"Fantastic training. Without a doubt, the most helpful training of this kind that I have done. Hugely appreciate the knowledge and expertise of both presenters."

"Absolutely excellent training, which made clear the origins, the impact of racism and how it persists today. With helpful suggestions to begin to combat and challenge racism."

If you would like to attend one of our sessions, we have just announced that our autumn anti-racism training will be held on the 14th September 2023 at Brighton University. This is our last scheduled session, so please sign up while you still can.

These sessions are an in-person, one-off training day, delivered by Dr Neil Singh and Dr Arianne Shahvisi covering:
• The science of race
• Privilege
• Racism in healthcare
• Impact on staff
• Impact on patients and patient outcomes

Who can attend? Anyone working or volunteering in:
• NHS Trusts
• Primary Care
• NHS charities
• Social Care
• Health-based third sector organisations
• Universities (students and staff)
• Grassroots ethnic minority organisations working in health

These sessions are funded through the NHS Charities Together’s Covid-19 Appeal, aiming to address the role racism plays in the delivery of healthcare and has been organised by Heads On in partnership with Brighton and Sussex Medical School. We would like to thank them all for making this project possible.

Places are FREE but limited, so BOOK your place here, while you still can.

If you have any questions, please contact: headsoncharity@spft.nhs.uk.

 

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