Diversity and inclusion in the NHS 2016 conference resources

Inclusive revolution

This year's diversity and inclusion conference, The Inclusive Revolution, was held on 21 September. We have created a suite of tools and resources following the conference to help you to continue to embed diversity and inclusion in your organisation.

We were lucky to welcome global experts and inspirational leaders among our speakers and presenters on the day. Included in the information about our speakers you will find copies of presentations from our two keynote speakers Dan Robertson and Michelle Tuckey, and a short film from Dan where he reinforces some of his key messages from the day. 

You can view images in the picture gallery, and take a look at the storify capturing highlights from the twitter conversation on #inclusiveNHS. 

Banji Adewumi, the associate director of inclusion at Barts Health NHS Trust reflects on a memorable day at the conference in a lively and insightful blog, and our diversity and inclusion partners share examples of good practice

We will continue to add resources from the conference to the website over the next few weeks, including a podcast on inclusive leadership from the keynote speakers.

Inclusive revolution

The Gallery

Take a look at our gallery of images from the day.

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Speaker information

Information about the keynote speakers and guests and copies of their presentations from the day.

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For more information on the exhibitors and supporters who joined us on the day simply click on their name.

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Diversity and Inclusion Partners

Find out more about the diversity and inclusion partners programme, and take a look at some examples of good practice shared by our partners.

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