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During her 40 years in the NHS Yvonne has made a positive and powerful impact in the many roles she has held. Since 2010 she has been an exemplary high profile role model recognised by her peers and others as a leading figure nationally and internationally in the area of race equality. Since 2015, as the Director of Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES), she has become synonymous with the word WRES as an exemplar. Yvonne is the embodiment of the excellence that can be achieved through...

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Jatinder before retiring (2011) due to ill health started and ended her career at Sandwell PCT.  At the time when there were so few BME professionals (non medical staff). Her visibility in the community, her gregarious and 'can do' approach gave a clear and positive message to a generation of young BMEs that you could succeed and make a difference. A break through in what was an otherwise traditional matriarchal Asian culture. Jatinder is an Inspirational leader and encouraged so many to...

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Having developed ill health during childhood, she spent much time in various children’s hospital. Her early recollection being that this was a very caring and supporting environment and the nurses and doctors around her were wonderful. She remembers thinking when she grew up she wanted to work in the healthcare sector. Jatinder before retiring (2011) due to ill health started and ended her career at Sandwell PCT. Her roles included developing the joint investment plan (JIPs)for older...

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British Ghanaian Florence has worked in the National Health Service (NHS) as a nurse and midwife for over 30 years, at both strategic and operational levels. She has had a myriad of roles over the years and is a passionate Public Health advocate and practitioner. She has worked at regional, local and national levels, contributing to steering groups, policy forums, including Teenage Pregnancy, Domestic Violence and Abuse, Smoking Cessation, Antenatal HIV Testing, Baby Friendly Initiative...

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  Florence is the Adult Safeguarding Lead Nurse for an Integrated NHS Trust (Acute & Community) in London, covering three Boroughs. A proud British Ghanaian working in the National Health Service (NHS) as a nurse and midwife for over 30 years, at both strategic and operational levels. A Public Health advocate and practitioner. Florence has worked at regional, local and national levels, contributing to steering groups, policy forums, including Teenage Pregnancy,...

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Having developed ill health during childhood, she spent much time in various children’s hospital. Her early recollection being that this was a very caring and supporting environment and the nurses and doctors around her were wonderful. She remembers thinking when she grew up she wanted to work in the healthcare sector. Jatinder before retiring (2011) due to ill health started and ended her career at Sandwell PCT. Her roles included developing the joint investment plan (JIPs)for older...

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Professor Kayvan Shokrollahi LLM FRCS (Plast) is a consultant Burns, Plastic and Laser Surgeon in Liverpool  He is clinical lead for the Mersey Regional Burns Service and was appointed by NHS England as Clinical Lead for the Northern Burn Network of Burns services across the whole of the north of England. He is also Chairman of The Katie Piper Foundation Scar and Burns Charity, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal Scars, Burns & Healing - the worlds only scientific scar journal, as well as...

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Dotty retired as Head of Midwifery/Nurse Director at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust after almost 40 years of service as a midwife in the NHS in 2016. Dotty’s visionary leadership and her commitment to ensuring maternity services meet the needs of the women they serve. Dotty’s many innovations in Sheffield include the establishment of a team that provides care for women who choose care outside of current guidelines. She also enabled the development of a Neonatal Rapid...

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28 years in the NHS John has made a positive and powerful impact on so many individuals and organisation that he has directly and indirectly worked with. He has shown commitment and dedication to his roles within UNISON and the Trade Union Council.   He is one of the few strong male BME role models in the system. John is a strong advocate for equality and fairness, and does this by championing the diversity and inclusion agenda in all areas of his work. He acts with commitment, tenacity,...

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Baljit Kaur

Sheffield, United Kingdom

Joined this community on Mar 29, 2018

Bio Programmes manager- Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) Implementation team NHS England Email: baljit.kaur14@nhs.net Twitter: @BaljitKS @WRES_team I had worked in a variety of settings including academia and local government, before joining the NHS in 2000. During my time in the NHS I have had a number of leadership and management roles in public health and service improvement. I have spent the last 20 years’ working in different communities and health sectors nationally and regionally using participation techniques to identify and address local health issues. My track record includes engaging, raising awareness and empowering communities to be involved in the delivery of its local health care through community development and heath programmes. The focus throughout my career has been to tackle inequalities in health and to reduce the gap in health outcomes and improve patient experience. This has seen me works as a commissioner, contract and performance manager, in both primary and secondary care. Now working for the WRES team at NHS England as the programmes manager, I lead on a number of national programmes for example; the WRES black and minority ethnic (BME) frontline line staff forum, Care Quality Commission (CQC) training for inspectors and the WRES experts programme.

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