Following a recent meeting IPEM was asked by Dr Jagjit Sethi, Specialist Advisor to the CSO, to promote their Healthcare Science equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) survey:
Covid-19 and the accelerated changes around service delivery and leadership have impacted us all and following the launch of ‘We are the NHS: People Plan for 2020/2021 – action for us all’, addressing equality, diversity and inclusion has never been more important. We value your ideas and opinions to help us develop our Healthcare Science equality, diversity and inclusion strategy that is fit for the future.
Through this survey we want to learn from you.
We would like to understand your lived experiences working as a Healthcare Science Professional in the NHS and to gather your suggestions on ways to support all our Healthcare Science colleagues to feel valued and respected for their contributions regardless of background. We are inviting you to take part in this Healthcare Science equality, diversity and inclusion people survey.
This is an all Healthcare Science people survey specifically designed to gather lived experiences of NHS England staff from all backgrounds, across all bands and all career levels from new entrants through to leaders in Healthcare Science.
Your responses are completely anonymous and will be used to inform Healthcare Science people Equality, Diversity and Inclusion strategy.
NHS England and NHS Improvement, Office of the Chief Scientific Officer, National School of Healthcare Science, Academy for Healthcare Science, Health Education England, NHS Employer, Professional Bodies, and others.
Anonymised data may also be shared with Healthcare Science professional bodies to aid their specialism specific Equality, Diversity and Inclusion strategies and other Healthcare Science related research projects.
Please complete the survey by following the link: https://healtheducationyh.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/hcs-edi-staff-survey
If you have queries, please contact: email@example.com
You will be given the opportunity to provide contact details at the end of the survey so we can get in touch with you if you want to find out more about our work.
You can also choose whether the information you share can be used by the School and the Office of the Chief Scientific Officer in their research activities and outputs with key Healthcare Science partners.
Thank you for your support we really do appreciate your input.
If you have any confidential comments on EDI in Healthcare Science which can not be covered in this survey please
contact: Eva McClean , EDI and Member Networks Manager
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