CCQI Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Month - November 2022

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A Month of Webinars

Timings 1 November 2022 - 30 November 2022
Location Online Event
This event is free to attend.£0
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CCQI Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Month - November 2022

Event Information

The College Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI) is excited to announce its first Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Month aimed at providing teams with ideas and resources to work towards more inclusive and equitable workplaces.

Earlier this year, CCQI produced and shared updated Core Quality Standards. These have included a number of standards relating to increasing equality in our mental health services.

This month gives us a chance to explore how services can embed these new standards, the potential benefits for our patients and staff and how we can create more diverse and inclusive services by embedding the Core Standards in our daily practices. The month will be filled with online events, newsletters, and resources around Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in mental health.

Registration to the month is free and you can gain access to all webinars and resources across the month by registering here. Please note that all webinars will also be recorded and available to watch at a later date for anyone not able to attend live.

Webinar 1: An introduction to inequalities in mental health services

  • Dr Lade Smith CBE and Dr Rajesh Mohan, RCPsych Presidential Leads for Race Equality
  • Chair: Dr Mary Docherty, Clinical and Strategic Director, CCQI and Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, SLAM
  • 4pm on Thursday, 3 November

Webinar 2: Capturing demographic information and using it to address barriers to access

  • Owen Chinembiri, Digital and Data Workstream Lead, NHS Race and Health Observatory
  • Dr Ailbhe Brennan, Specialty Doctor in Psychiatry, East London NHS Foundation Trust, and Dr Rosalyn Buckland, F2 Doctor, North Middlesex University Hospital
  • Chair: Dr Amrit Sachar, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and West London NHS Trust
  • 2pm on Wednesday, 9 November

Webinar 3: Inequalities for staff in mental health services

  • Dr Juliana Onwumere, Senior Lecturer and Consultant Clinical Psychologist, King’s College London and lead on the Tides Study
  • Jeremy Rose, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager, North East London NHS Foundation Trust with Lucy Mallard, Lead Patient Safety Specialist and Occupational Therapist
  • Chair: Dr Chinwe Obinwa, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist and Clinical Director, Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and President of the Association of Black Psychiatrists
  • 2pm on Wednesday, 16 November

Webinar 4: A spotlight on gender identity

  • Chair: Dr Elinor Hynes, Consultant Psychiatrist and Chair of the Rainbow SIG
  • Cavyn Mitchell (He/They), PhD Student and Community Development Coordinator, Spectra
  • 2pm on Wednesday, 23 November

Webinar 5: A spotlight on neurodiversity

  • Chair: Conor Davison, RCPsych Autism Champion
  • Verity Westgate, Patient Representative, the Perinatal Quality Network
  • Dr Tahleel Javed, Speciality Doctor and CEO, The Society for Tourette’s, Autism and Neurodiversity
  • 2pm on Wednesday, 30 November

Our webinars are run through Zoom, to access the webinar you will need the Zoom desktop or mobile app. You can download this on any mobile device, tablet or on a Windows or MAC. You can view further details on how to join the webinars on the Zoom website

For further information, please contact:

Email: ccqi@rcpsych.ac.uk

Web: https://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/improving-care/ccqi

Contact Name: College Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI)

Twitter: RCPsych CCQI

Event Location

Location: Online Event