The RCP is committed to ensuring the voices of black, Asian and minority ethnic healthcare professionals and patients, are heard and fought for.
On Tuesday 7 July at 6.30pm we will be holding an important discussion with a panel of medical leaders to discuss how we, both as individuals and organisations, must act quicker to tackle systemic racism in the NHS and urgently reduce health inequalities
Join the discussion as our panellists explore how we can start to make a change to the systemic and health inequalities that exists in healthcare.
Tuesday 7 July 2020 at 6.30pm
An important discussion with a panel of medical leaders chaired by Henry Bonsu, British Journalist
Professor Andrew Goddard
President, Royal College of Physicians London
Deputy President, Royal College of Nursing
Sir Simon Stevens
Chief Executive, NHS
Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu
Emeritus Professor of Nursing, University of West London
Lord Victor Adebowale
Chair, NHS Confederation, Chair and Founder, Collaborate CIC, Chair and Co-Founder, Visionable and Non-Executive Director, Co-operative Group
Professor Mala Rao
Vice Chair, NHS Workforce Race Equality Standards Advisory Group, Professor and Senior Clinical Fellow, Imperial College London and Honorary Consultant, Public Health England