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Header image for the current page Sharing the importance of accountability in EDI with NHS England’s Midlands Workforce, Education and Training Team

Sharing the importance of accountability in EDI with NHS England’s Midlands Workforce, Education and Training Team

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Earlier in 2024, NHS England’s, Midlands Workforce, Education and Training Team, in collaboration with Midlands WRES Experts Group, hosted its first annual conference as part of commitments set out in the Midlands Workforce Race Equality and Inclusion Strategy.

The conference, designed to support the delivery of the NHS Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Improvement Plan, focused on supporting leaders by sharing and learning from achievements and challenges across the 11 systems within the region. Based on three principles: Challenge, Educate and Support (inclusive leadership and accountability) the event provided an opportunity to network with peers and showcase innovative work and progress in the field of EDI.

As part of proceedings Usman Malik, Head of EDI and Culture at Arden & GEM, was invited to deliver a short video on his own personal experience and his innovative work with both Arden & GEM and the wider health system. 

 

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