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Since our last update, we've published three blogs, won 2 prizes and published another paper. In April, Emily Pattinson wrote about the new study led by Liz Hughes that will explore NHS staff views about collecting sexual identity data from patients. Then, Susan Guthrie blogged about embarking on her PhD as one of the new … Continue reading April/May Update
The beginning… I am delighted to be starting my PhD journey with the University of Leeds in tandem with Leeds and York Partnership Foundation Trust. The new CArDiNAL (ClinicAl Doctoral Nurses and ALlied Health Professionals) Clinical Academic Research Fellowship embeds and promotes my research role within my clinical (Speech and Language Therapist) Specialist post. A … Continue reading CArDiNAL: A New Clinical Academic Research Fellowship
As of April 2019, sexual identity monitoring became mandatory across the NHS. Health disparities - inequalities in the provision of or access to healthcare - are faced by many different minority groups. Collecting monitoring information such as age, race and socioeconomic group makes healthcare providers aware of these disparities and therefore better able to take … Continue reading How comfortable are NHS staff with asking about sexual identity?