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Cultural Communities and Health Inequalities

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Connect Health Change present the fourteenth webinar of a series to make & embed transformation in healthcare following the COVID outbreak.

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Cultural Communities and Health Inequalities

Increasing access to healthcare and improving communication in the community for patients from different cultures

Connect Health “Change” has developed a series of webinars to make and embed transformation in healthcare. Aimed at system leaders and clinicians across the NHS, the webinars provide practical solutions to the challenging issues we are all grappling with.

View our past webinars, agendas, speakers and recordings here.

We are pulling together a webinar on 14 July at which patients, third sector, change experts, patient representatives and academics will debate how to increase access to healthcare and improving communication for patients from different cultures.

The webinar will aim to cover

  • For those delivering services in the heart of the community, how can we bring about appropriate outcome measurements for people from different cultures
  • For the third sector, how do we work better in partnership for patients from BAME communities
  • For service providers, how do we adapt physio, pain management and psychology services for different cultures
  • For patients, how do we give them a voice to speak about their experiences
  • For commissioners, how do we make sure cultural issues are high on commissioners priorities and how do we improve access to healthcare
  • Health outcomes in BAME communities – how do we better understand inequalities eg taking into account deprivation, housing, education, poor health, long-Covid

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(subject to change)

12.30: Mini Mangat, Head of Patient Engagement, Connect Health - Introduction from the chair

12.40: Patient voices - Patients to speak about their experiences of accessing healthcare

  • Jyoti Jadav, Patient and Health Care Professional
  • Sandeep Saib, Mental Health Advocate, Philanthropist and public speaker
  • Naina Patel, Mother, carer

13.00: Kirit Mistry, Chair, South Asian Health Action - Tackling stigma, diversity of voices and recommendations / best practice

13.10: Mohammad Shoiab, Clinical Lead, Huddersfield and North Kirklees, Connect Health Pain Services – Culture and Pain: Improving access to services

13.20: Priya Vaithilingam, Head of Research and Engagement and Geoff Brown, Chief Executive from Healthwatch Hertfordshire - Listening to ethnically diverse communities and improving outcomes

13.30: Prof Gurch Randhawa, Professor of Diversity in Public Health and Director, Institute for Health Research at the University of Bedfordshire - Tackling health inequalities – a journey to partnership working

13.40: Q&A

13.55: End

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The webinar will be conducted over Microsoft Teams, there is no need to register for an account or download any software in advance. This webinar will be recorded.

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Connect Health is the largest, independent provider of integrated community MSK (Musculoskeletal) services (including orthopaedics, pain and rheumatology) in the UK, serving over 300k NHS patients pa across 19 CCGs and 100+ businesses

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