LGBTI people: reducing health inequalities

Reducing health inequalities experienced by LGBTI people: What is your role as a health professional? 18th to 19th October 2017, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, UK The Health4LGBTI Pilot Project, financed by the European Union, aims at getting a better understanding of health inequalities faced by LGBTI people (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people)… Read More

NHS Accessible Information Standard

The NHS Accessible Information Standard helps to ensure clearer information for disabled people and their carers. All places that provide NHS care or adult social care are expected to follow the new standard. This includes your GP and hospital. It has been over a year since the Standard came into force. The Accessible Information Standard… Read More

Top Tips – Involve Young People in Healthcare Planning

NHS England Youth Forum has produced a useful guidance document called The NHS Youth Forum’s Top Tips To Involve Young People in Healthcare Planning¬† (the document is available in print from NHS England – england.engagement@nhs.net). With over 15 million people in England aged under 20 years (25% of the population), the NHS needs to reach… Read More

Apprenticeship at BSUH 22/05/2017

Monday 22 May until Friday 26 May 2017 is BSUH Apprenticeship Week. Over the week there will be a range of events at the hospital for apprentices, managers and staff. Existing apprentices – meet and share experiences. Managers – find out more about having an apprentice in our ‘managers’ question time’ Staff –¬†find out what… Read More