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Windrush 70 film night Tuesday 2 October Black Nurses The Women Who Saved the NHS

Windrush 70 film night showing "Black Nurses: The Women Who Saved the NHS" BBC documentary first shown 2016 On Tuesday 2 October 6 for 6:30pm in the Hexagon, Frank Lee Centre, Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Hills Road, Cambridge organised by Cambridge University Hospitals BAME staff network All welcome - staff and public. Donations for the Sickle Cell Society 

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Stanly Thomas, Data Manager and dedicated Trust diversity champion

Stanly started working at  Cambridge University Hospitals in September 2005 when he moved from India to join his wife who was already working as a nurse here since 2004 (recruited from India). His first job was as an Administrator for the Clinical Research Unit. Now he is a dedicated Data Manager in the trust's research and development team working with a small team of researchers at Addenbrooke’s who are keen to find a permanent cure for Cancer. He is a fantastic role model for all staff...

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Johney Joseph, dedicated Postal Courier helping to handle millions of letters at CUH

Johney Joseph has worked since  2005 at Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) when he moved to UK from India with his family. He has given dedicated service as a  postal courier always upholding the Trust values and behaviours. He is cheerful and well liked by everyone who works with him and is proud to be part of the small team that handles millions of pieces of letters for CUH. He has spent time being an active member of the trust’s staff networks to promote race equality at CUH and helped...

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Erica Chisanga, Consultant Nurse Neurosciences - pivotal in developing epilepsy nurse specialists across the country.

Erica Chisanga is Nurse Consultant, Specialist Epilepsy nurse and  leads the Nurse led Epilepsy clinic. She has worked at Cambridge University Hospitals Neurosciences for 17.5 years working with Dr Manford and Dr Mitchell. She has developed both professionally and personally. Prior to working at Addenbrooke’s hospital she worked at St Georges Hospital in London for 4 years and Newcastle General Hospital for 3 years. She has played a key part in helping to lead neuroscience...

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Dr Vaz Ahmed, Consultant & Clinical Director in Emergency Medicine has led exceptional ED performance

Vaz attended Kastura Medical School, India graduating in 1995.  Following this he completed his postgraduate specialist training in India, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the East of England.  As well as developing his clinical knowledge and skills, during this time his passion, enthusiasm, impressive organisational skills and a sheer dogged determination to get things done, saw him organise two inter-medical school sporting events in India, each for 1000 participants. Dr Ahmed was...

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Reg Lagaac, Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist Renal Vascular Access - an inspiration to other nurses

Reg is Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist Renal Vascular Access and  is an inspiration to other nurses. He joined Addenbrooke’s hospital from the Philippines 16 years ago. He received Cambridge University Hospitals “Nurse of the Year Award 2015” given during the International Nurses Day celebration.   Some of his achievements include:  graduating in  Master of Studies in Clinical Effectiveness at Cambridge University (CU) in 2007, Post Graduate Certificate in Medical Education at Cambridge...

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Dr Arun Gupta Consultant Neuroanaesthetist & Director of Postgraduate Education - passionate about clinical education and teaching

Arun graduated from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London in 1986.  He made an early decision to commit to a career in Anaesthetics and Intensive Care.  He completed his postgraduate specialist training in Leicester and the East of England, which he supplemented with additional experience in North America.  The year from 1991-1992 which he spent as an Instructor of Anaesthesiology at Virginia Commonwealth University, USA, provided him with the opportunity to gain more specialist...

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Dr Jag Ahluwalia, CUH Medical Director for 10 years.

Dr Jag Ahluwalia moved with his family from India to the UK as a young child.    Throughout his life and career he has consistently demonstrated personal qualities and attributes which have been and continue to be a significant asset to the UK generally and to the NHS and healthcare specifically.  He is wholly committed to the wider NHS and to the pursuit of excellence.  He has very strong people skills, in particular in listening, diplomacy and negotiation.  He is demonstrably fair and...

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Dr Amos Burke, Asociate director National Institute for Health Research Cancer Research Network for Children's Cancer and Leukaemia

Amos Burke graduated from Edinburgh University in 1991.  He made an early decision to commit to a career in Paediatrics and Child Health, completing his postgraduate specialist training in the South West of England, where he worked in a wide range of Paediatric sub-specialties and localities, including hospital based General and Acute Paediatrics, Paediatric Intensive Care and Neonatal Intensive Care, in addition to community paediatrics in inner city areas, child and adolescent psychiatry...

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Dr Amos Burke, a national leader in Paediatric Oncology

Amos Burke graduated from Edinburgh University in 1991.  He made an early decision to commit to a career in Paediatrics and Child Health, completing his postgraduate specialist training in the South West of England, where he worked in a wide range of Paediatric sub-specialties and localities, including hospital based General and Acute Paediatrics, Paediatric Intensive Care and Neonatal Intensive Care, in addition to community paediatrics in inner city areas, child and adolescent psychiatry...

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Dr Afzal Chaudhry, CUH CMIO - a national leader in clinical bioinformatics and medical innovation

Dr Afzal Chaudhry graduated from St George’s Hospital Medical School, London in 1991.  He went on to secure a prestigious Medical Research Council (MRC) Training Fellowship, which he completed at The Hammersmith Hospital in London 1997-2001.  September 2003 he moved from London to Cambridge, firstly as a Clinical Senior Research Associate, prior to his appointment as a Consultant Nephrologist, with a special interest in Vasculitis (disorders that destroy blood vessels by...

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Jag Ahluwalia

Dr Jag Ahluwalia moved with his family from India to the UK as a young child.    Throughout his life and career he has consistently demonstrated personal qualities and attributes which have been and continue to be a significant asset to the UK generally and to the NHS and healthcare specifically.  He is wholly committed to the wider NHS and to the pursuit of excellence.  He has very strong people skills, in particular in listening, diplomacy and negotiation.  He is demonstrably fair and...

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Monica Jacot

Cambridge, United Kingdom

Joined this community on Apr 13, 2018

Bio Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Lead at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. NHS Employers diversity & inclusion partner alumni 2010/11 & 2017/18. Proud to be part of first cohort of WRES experts programme sponsored by our CEO, Roland Sinker. Passionate about fairness and equity for all.

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