Equality and diversity is important to us because:

Ensuring equality and valuing diversity is one of the Trust's core values. This means offering the right services  regardless of people's age, gender, ability to speak English, religion, race, disability, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status or culture.

The Trust is committed to challenging prejudice and discrimination wherever this affects our service users and staff and making equality and diversity integral to our organisational culture. We have adopted the NHS Equality Delivery System, a framework to help us continually improve our performance on equality.

Trust Equality Publications

 

2016

Annual Equality and Diversity Information Report - 2016 v1.0.pdf
ED HUMAN RIGHTS FINAL Strategy.pdf
Workforce Race Equality Standard REPORTING TEMPLATE (Revised 2016)

Workforce Race Equality Standard Action Plan – 2016 Update

 

2015

Annual Patient and Staff Equality Information Report 2015
Annual Equality Information Report 2015
Ethnicity and Diversity Data Supplement
Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES)
Workforce Race Equality Standard Submission Report                                                                                                   

2014
Equality, Diversity and Human Rights Strategy 2014 - 2017
Annual Equality and Diversity Report 2014

2013
Equality and Diversity Information Pack January 2013
Equality Objectives 2012-2016
Patient Equality Information Report 2013
Workforce Equality and Diversity Report 2013

2012
Equality Information Report 2012 Summary
Patient Equality Information Report 2012
EasyRead - Equality Information Report for Patients 2012
Equality Information Workforce Report 2012
EasyRead - Equality Information Report for Workforce 2012

Equality Analysis (formerly Equality Impact Assessments)

The Trust also publishes Equality Analyses that have been undertaken on policy and service changes. They form part of our Policy on Development of Procedural Documents (see the Trust's Policies and Procedures page).

Equality Analyses are based on Equality and Human Rights Commission Guidelines for Public Sector Organisations. To find out more click here for the Equality and Human Rights Commission website.

Equality Analyses (EAs)
Estates Project Management - Equality Analysis November 2012
City and Hackney Psychological Therapies Consultation EA - July 2012
Early Years Speech and Language Therapy EA - July 2012

Equality Impact Assessments (EIAs)
Acting up policy EIA
Advance Directive EIA
Approved Mental Health Professional Policy EIA
City & Hackney Psychological Treatments Strategy EIA
City & Hackney Specialist Alcohol Team Operational Policy EIA
Clinical Coding Policy EIA
Death in Service Procedure EIA
Help4U Team Restructure EIA
Management of Incidents and SUIs EIA
MHCOP Strategy EIA
Policy on procedures EIA
Psychiatric Assessment - Bilingual Guide for Interpreters EIA
Retirement Policy EIA
Smoke Free Policy EIA
Virtual Ward EIA
Virtual Ward EIA Action Plan
Willow Suite Operational Redesign EIA

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