“Our BME People & Communities – a Conversation”
This session – held on Tuesday 7 July, 2 – 3.30pm – was for all our NHS ambulance service people with the aim of enhancing understanding and raising awareness of BME staff and communities, particularly in the context of Covid-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement.
We heard from some speakers with expertise, knowledge and experience in this area and provided the opportunity for colleagues to reflect on what they have heard, and to share their own thoughts and views. Thank you to all who contributed, supported and attended.
A copy of the slides is available here.
A recording of the call can be viewed below.
Prior to attending the call, we asked attendees to check out the below films.
There are additional resources available at the foot of this page.
Chief Executive, CEO, Welsh Ambulance Service / AACE CEO Diversity Lead
Diversity Consultant, London Ambulance Service
Chair, South Central Ambulance Service / Council Chair, AACE
Chair of Diversity Steering Group, College of Paramedics
Special Advisor on Diversity and Inclusion, NHSE/I in London
Director of Workforce and OD, Welsh Ambulance Service / AACE HRD Diversity Lead
Head of Professional Standards, College of Paramedics
Dr Catherine Goodwin
Consultant Clinical Psychologist Organisation Culture /
Workplace Wellbeing Lead at Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust
Manager for Diversity, Inclusion, & Patient Public Engagement at South East Coast Ambulance Service
- National Ambulance BME Forum (NABMEF) Website
- Black Lives Matter: Working to improve the experience of Black and Minority Ethnic Staff and Communities – NABMEF
- Covid-19: understanding the impact on BAME Communities – Gov.UK
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) related deaths by ethnic group, England and Wales: 2 March 2020 to 10 April 2020 – Office for National Statistics