The Integrated Communities Action Plan contains a range of cross-government measures to support the government’s commitment to build strong integrated communities where people – whatever their background – live, work, learn and socialise together, based on shared rights, responsibilities and
This green paper sets out a programme of actions to build strong integrated communities where people – whatever their background – live, work, learn and socialise together, based on shared rights, responsibilities and opportunities.
This report is the outcome of a four-month study into workplace culture at South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWAST). A major feature of the study is the need to understand perceived organisation culture in relation to workplace behaviour
On 19 September 2017, the Call to Action to End Forced Labour, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking was launched during the 72nd Meeting of the UN General Assembly.
Genomics is the study of a person’s entire DNA sequence. It has the potential to transform medical care and improve patient outcomes across the world and in the NHS. This response to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee’s
Home Office response to the Independent Chief Inspector of Border and Immigration’s report on an inspection of the vulnerable persons resettlement scheme.
This document aims to define Education Governance, set out its benefits, describe the way in which NHS North West will support this agenda and provide guidance on making it a reality in your organisation.
Prevent counter-terrorism training in the NHS is positioned as a safeguarding element of corporate governance. This report identifies NHS staff are comfortable with the Prevent training provided and feel confident to detect radicalisation, However NHS staff strongly identified hate speech,
This policy paper argues for a rebalancing of the business taxation system. It sets out a series of reforms aimed at achieving a fairer burden of taxation between different kinds of businesses and taxpayers, while supporting employment, wages and investment. It
Report that identifies four key problems that people in marginalised groups can encounter when trying to get mental health support. Physical barriers to accessing mental health services, in terms of where, when and how the services operate. The language used by
This report addresses immigration detention policies and practices insofar as they relate to health, and explores the role of doctors in protecting and promoting the health-related human rights of detained individuals. It has been produced with two main aims: to demand action from
A resource guide from Age UK, which offers practical advice on providing the kind of service in which older lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) people can feel safe to be themselves.
This document provides guidance on some of the issues relating to how health and care professionals handle information about service users. It is written mainly for registrants of the Health & Care Professions Council, but it might also be helpful
Report that aims to: Understand more about the specific social care needs of LGBTQI+ Disabled People and how they are, or could be, supported by adult social care professionals through self-directed social care. Improve social care professionals’ understanding of and approaches to the
Report exploring the potentially troubling factors that underlie the growth in interest in invasive cosmetic procedures, undertaken for appearance-related reasons and provided in a highly commercial environment. It recognises the increased need to under the ethics of cosmetic interventions. The report identifies
This report, produced in partnership with Social Enterprise UK, finds that only 13 per cent of CCGs can clearly show that they are actively committed to persuing social value in their procurement and commissioning decisions. It warns that improved commitment
Provides an overview of public health ethics in relation to bioethics and the links between ethics in theory and practice.
University of Greenwich research for the Nursing and Midwifery Council that explores the progress and outcomes of BME nurses and midwives going through the NMC’s fitness to practise process. The findings highlight that BME staff are more likely to be
This guidance explains how diabetic eye screening (DES) services can record demographic information on people registered with them. DES services can record information on the nine protected characteristics described in the Equality Act 2010 and the collection of this information
This analysis has been completed in respect of NHS England’s Involving people in their own health and care: statutory guidance for clinical commissioning groups and NHS England.