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30Jul
2020

My complicated relationship with my British heritage

Dr Huma Khan, a psychiatry doctor in training, considers her British and South Asian heritage and the complicated relationship…

23Jul
2020

Minority report: lessons from being in the racial minority

Lucy Heffron, Engagement and Organisational Development Practitioner, shares what she's learned as a white member of our Trust’s Workforce…

16Jul
2020

Considering Cultural Intelligence

Miriam Blackburn, a Practice Development Nurse in the Acute Inpatient Service, reflects on culture and how it can shape…

09Jul
2020

A father’s conversation: reflections on racism and hope

Robin Ellis, our Black Male Outreach Worker reflects on his own experiences of racism and how he has hope…

08Jul
2020

Sue and Sara’s keeping in touch blog – issue 14

Read the final lockdown blog from Chair, Professor Sue Proctor, and Chief Exec, Dr Sara Munro.

02Jul
2020

My ancestry and me

Occupational Therapist, Dympna Edwin talks about her journey of discovery as she learnt more about both black history and…

25Jun
2020

The Colour Black, a personal perspective

Dr Babor James Aganren, a core trainee doctor, shares a celebration of skin colour and why Black Matters

24Jun
2020

Sue and Sara’s keeping in touch blog – issue 13

Read the latest blog from Chair Professor Sue Proctor and Chief Exec Dr Sara Munro

18Jun
2020

My shielding story

Veronica Mukunga, a staff nurse at the Trust, talks about the reality of shielding, including how she has handled…