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I am nominating Jagtar Sigh Basi for the Top Leadership Award for his inspiration and down to earth leadership style and approach to effecting change across the NHS. Jagtar is the Chair of Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Partnership Trust and held key influential leadership and senior management roles across the NHS, Fire services and other public sectors. Jagtar is an amazing and creative thinker, always thinking outside of the box, on how the NHS can learn more from other public...

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I am nominating Joan Saddler OBE for the award for Top Leadership for her amazing drive, tenacity for driving transformation change and vision for inspirational leadership through her work as co-chair of the equality and Diversity Council and the NHS Confederation.   Joan is Programme Director at the NHS Confederation leading work around inclusive engagement and equality and diversity. She was formerly National Director of Patient and Public Affairs based within the Patient and...

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I am nominating Professor Darius Mirza for the Clinical Excellence for Medics .   Professor Mirza is an amazing consultant transplant surgeon, pioneering surgery on live liver transplants from the excellent Liver Unit at University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.   Professor Mirza saved my mom’s life, when she was very poorly and in last stages of liver failure.   Professor Mirza was able to work with a team of amazing professors and surgeons such as prof Paolo...

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I am nominating Salma Yasmeen for this award, as I am always amazed by how positive Salma is, creative in her thinking, innovative in her approach, Salma has always been an amazing source of everything that is good in our NHS managers, clinicians and staff. Salma is the current Director of Strategy at   South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation NHS Trust – @allofusinmind and one of the strategic leaders at the forefront of South West Yorkshire Partnership Trust and West...

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I am nominating Permjeet Dhoot for this Award, as I believe that Permjeet is an amazing leader, who for over 20 years has worked across the NHS and local government to improve how public health works to engage effectively with the diverse communities it services. Permjeet is an amazing champion for race equality in mental health care and areas such as working to ensure the voice of those groups facing the starkest of health inequalities in our society are heard, represented and...

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I am nominating Salma Yasmeen for this award, as I am always amazed by how positive Salma is, creative in her thinking, innovative in her approach, Salma has always been an amazing source of everything that is good in our NHS managers, clinicians and staff. Salma is the current Director of Strategy at   South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation NHS Trust – @allofusinmind and one of the strategic leaders at the forefront of South West Yorkshire Partnership Trust and West...

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I am nominating Barry Mussenden for the Life Time Achievement Award because of Barry’s hard work, dedication, leadership, generosity of spirit and proactive support, in working with passion to make a difference to the lives of patients, carers and communities from our diverse communities. Barry has worked with the Department of Health for over 20 years and I have been amazed by his dedication to ensuring the Department of Health and Social Care, through all its changes and drivers...

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I am nominating Manjeet Garcha for the clinical excellent for nursing award, for her hard work, leadership, drive and dedication to ensuring quality improvement and patient safety for all patients in her care.   Manjeet, until her retirement in October 2017, was the Executive Director of Nursing at Wolverhampton CCG where she inspired change, demonstrated strong leadership and fostered a culture of innovation, respect, value and openness across the organisation. Manjeet was also...

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I am nominating Gaynor for the award of Unsung Hero, for her dedication and tireless leadership, drive and passion for working to ensure effective organisational change on the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion agenda for all our diverse staff and leaders across NHS England.   Gaynor was instrumental in ensuring the development of a range of organisational development initiatives, which owe her a debt of gratitude for her vision, insight, leadership and sheer hard work in striving to...

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I am nominating Professor Kamaldeep Bhui for his outstanding contribution to improving mental health services for Black and minority ethnic people and communities here in England and also sharing the learning globally. Kam is an amazing academic, tutor, Psychiatrist, person, colleague and Dad.   Kam has an extensive portfolio of academic and research interests and written extensively in the field of Race, Racism and Mental Health care. Kam is an amazing tutor and leader,...

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I would like to nominate Jackie Lynton for the Windrush Life Time Achievement Award for her outstanding contribution to improving the NHS through her work with NHS Horizons, working on the pioneering concept of Change Day.   Jackie was a senior pioneer and leader in the field of mental health, when I first met her, and I had   the privilege if working alongside Jackie on the national Delivering Race Equality in Mental Health Care Programme from 2003 until 2008 and on the National...

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I am nominating Dr Habib Naqvi for the award of BME Inspirational leader, for his outstanding contribution to the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion agenda across the NHS.   Habib was instrumental in pioneering the Equality Delivery System, later revised to Equality Delivery System 2, which supported the NHS across England to ensure and deliver on system alignment of equality and diversity issues across PCTs, through to CCG authorisation and ensuring all NHS Providers were complying to...

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Ranjit Senghera

Birmingham, United Kingdom

Joined this community on Apr 13, 2018

Bio NHS England Lead for Equality and Health Inequalities . I have worked in the NHS for over 18 years, working on key programmes of work around equality, inclusion, diversity and race inequality on healthcare. Worked previous across local authority, NGS provider trusts and key strategic roles in the community and voluntary sector. Passionate about co-production and ensuring the voice of most vulnerable in our society in heard, involved and valued. as carer for elderly parents and a person with lived experiences of on-going mental health problems, where the value of a compassionate organisation and leadership, helped me manage my illness and supports me to deliver to the best of my delivery. passionate about inspiring people to make a difference in the NHS and values inspiring , coaching and mentoring people to be the best they can.

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