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Race Equality Foundation: How can we improve the recording of ethnicity in health settings?

Race Equality Foundation are holding a webinar on Tuesday 31st January at 10am to discuss how can we improve the recording of ethnicity in health settings.

Incomplete or inaccurate recording of ethnicity will undermine attempts to address health inequalities and improve access, experience and outcomes for Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.

The Race Equality Foundation carried out research to find out Black, Asian and minority ethnic people’s experience of providing ethnicity data and how health and care staff record this information.

At the webinar:

  • You will hear key messages from the research about the recording of ethnicity
  • Hear examples of better practice in recording ethnicity data
  • Suggestions of how to improve the recording of ethnicity in healthcare datasets.

The webinar will be an opportunity to contribute to a discussion on the collection and use of ethnicity data to address health inequalities.

Key speakers include:

  • Jabeer Butt, Chief Executive Officer – Race Equality Foundation
  • Tracey Bignall, Senior Policy and Practice Officer – Race Equality Foundation
  • Bilal A. Mateen, Senior Manager, Digital Technology & Clinical Technology Lead – Wellcome Trust
  • Kulvinder Hira, Group Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (Patients and Carers) – Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Karon Ornadel, Staff Grade Physician in Palliative Medicine – Marie Curie Hospice
  • Bola Akinwale, Deputy Director Policy and Sector Insights , National Healthcare Inequalities Improvement Programme – NHS England

You can register for the webinar here.