Bobbie Petford is a regional trainee support manager for the Graduate Management Training Scheme. In her latest blog Bobbie asks whether it’s time to make inclusive practice in the NHS compulsory.
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Bobbie Petford is a regional trainee support manager for the Graduate Management Training Scheme. In her blog, Bobbie tells us why we need to diversify our thinking to truly engage in lifelong learning.
Continue reading ““Is it time to make our learning intersectional?””
This blog was originally published by the King’s Fund (August 2019).
Tracie Jolliff, Director of Inclusion at the NHS Leadership Academy, explains how inclusive leadership and cultures require personal dedication.
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Des Carter is a Transformation programme manager at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and took part in the 2019 intake of the HOPE exchange programme. In his blog, Des shares his experiences of the Danish national healthcare system and how it compares to our NHS.
Continue reading ““This very unique experience opened my eyes to new ways of working.””
Lucy Titterton is a programme coordinator at the East Midlands Leadership Academy. To mark Pride season, Lucy shares her personal experiences of bi-erasure and biphobia and why the NHS inclusion agenda must be truly inclusive and intersectional if it is to represent all members of the LGBT+ community equally.
Continue reading ““Biphobia is very real, and it often feels a lot like invalidation.””