Black and Minority Ethnic Leadership Forum
18 October 2012
When: Thursday 18 October, 10am to 3.30pm.
Where: MWB Conference Centre, 10 Greycoat Place, London, SW1P 1SB
The BME Leadership Forum, a partnership with the Royal College of Nursing (RCN), was founded in 2003 to help ensure that national health services meet the needs of BME communities.
The next few years will be a defining period for the NHS, and we believe it is crucial that there is a strong voice from BME communities throughout this time of change.
This event is an opportunity for BME staff from across senior and middle management to discuss the forum’s vision and ensure it is providing an authoritative voice for members and wider BME communities.
Runnymede director, Rob Berkeley, will be hosting a plenary session on the trust's Snowy Peaks report on ethnic diversity at the top of organisations, which provides recommendations on how organisations can ensure greater diversity in their top tiers.
Other sessions include:
- Putting people first through shared decision-making and involvement
- Delivering high-quality care
- Shaping our response to the NHS Constitution consultation
Who should attend?
The BME Leadership Forum is keen to open its membership to all BME senior and middle managers within NHS Confederation member organisations.
Book your place
To book your place, or if you have any questions about the forum, please contact Jonathan.firstname.lastname@example.org.