Primary Care UK

E6: Racial Discrimination in Primary Care – Part 2



This is part 2 of our special episode in which our host Munir Adam is again joined by Naureen, Jonathan, Sarah and Carrianne, the London team dedicated to addressing the problem of racial discrimination in Primary Care staff.  Having heard about the scale of the problem and the forms that this may take, we hear about:

  •  The 8 workstreams:  Strategies being employed to address the problem
  • Awareness raising, and how this being done
  • A Framework in the making, that we can all use
  • What each of us should be doing to make a difference.

SPECIAL THANKS to our contributors:

NAVINA EVANS, CEO of Health Education England
NAUREEN BHATTI, London Workforce Race Strategy Primary Care Strategic Lead, Health Education England; co-chair for London Primary Care in Workforce Race Strategy Working Group
JONATHAN SAMPSON, Senior Programme Manager, Transforming Primary Care Regional NHS-Improvement; co-chair for London Primary Care in Workforce Race Strategy Working Group
SARAH SWINFIN, Primary Care School Programme Manager, Health Education England
CARRIANNE GREEN, Project Support Officer, Primary Care School London.


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