Held in partnership with NHS Employers, the Health and Care LGBTQ+ Leaders Network and NHS England and NHS Improvement, this webinar highlighted good practice and experiences of LGBTQ+ networks operating in the NHS.
The session addressed the growing complex role of allies and the unique issues facing LGBTQ+ people across intersections of our community - including disability, faith and ethnicity.
The event was chaired by Dr Michael Brady FRCP, national advisor for LGBT Health, NHS England and NHS Improvement.
- Inclusion at work - perspectives on LGBTQ+ working lives
Peter Molyneux - Chair, Health and Care LGBTQ+ Leaders Network, Chair of Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, and member of the Mental Health Network board
- The role and impact of LGBTQ+ networks within the NHS
Dr Anna Einarsdóttir - University of York
- The complex role of allies, LGBTQ+ networks and intersectionality
Liz Ward - Director of Programmes, Stonewall
- Case study - How can LGBTQ+ networks work together to be more influential?
Nick Groves - Convenor, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust LGBTQ+ Network
- Case study - North Tees Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust LGBT Network
Stuart Harper-Reynolds - LGBTQ+ Network Chair, North Tees Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust
Chaired by Paul Deemer, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, NHS Employers
This event was is aimed at equality, diversity and inclusion leads, staff network chairs/co-chairs/leads, LGBTQ+ leaders and allies.
Watch the recording
The session was recorded and can be viewed below in two parts. Powerpoint slides can also be downloaded for some of the speaker sessions:
The role and impact of LGBTQ+ networks and intersectionality
Case study - How can LGBTQ+ networks work together to be more influential
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