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06Oct
2020

My blog about postnatal psychosis for World Mental Health Day

A service user blogs about her recent experience of postnatal psychosis

25Sep
2020

WREN Stories: Reaching out and connecting for National Inclusion Week

Caroline Bamford, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, reflects on what inclusion means to her and how we can all…

27Aug
2020

WREN Stories: Race in the workplace

Sajimon Madathil, our Clinical Lead for Bank Staffing, reflects on the challenges faced by BAME staff when it comes…

18Aug
2020

Book review: ‘Girl, Woman, Other’

Lucy is a member of our Workforce Race Equality Network (WREN) and had been finding out more about diversity…

14Aug
2020

Tackling inequalities and becoming more inclusive

Claire Holmes provides an update on some new initiatives to promote equality and inclusion within our Trust.

Claire Holmes

30Jul
2020

WREN Stories: 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

WREN Stories: 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

WREN Stories: Considering Cultural Intelligence

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

09Jul
2020

WREN Stories: 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…