The Changing TIDES Project is looking for Black, Asian and minority ethnic healthcare and allied healthcare professionals to become co-researchers or advisory board members. Individuals will be paid for their time.
The project aims to:
Identify ethnic inequalities in mental health and occupational outcomes amongst NHS staff.
Understand how COVID-19 exacerbates such inequalities, and the processes through which inequalities are produced, maintained and resisted.
Develop a Race Equality Impact Assessment toolkit, as well as education and Virtual Reality training resources targeted at improving BAME staff experiences, retention and relevant NHS policies.
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For more information about the roles or the study, contact: email@example.com or read the attached document below.
Homelessness Response Fund
Homelessness organisations affected directly by COVID-19 can now apply for funding of £5.5million in a second round of grants distributed by Homeless Link. The funding aims to provide emergency financial assistance to local homelessness organisations, preventing closure, service cuts or staff redundancies threatened by increased operational costs and a loss of fundraised income due to the Coronavirus.
It will also support organisations that have needed to expand or adapt their services in light of COVID-19 to support people experiencing homelessness safely and effectively.
Please follow the below link for more information and to check you eligibility:
Co-Production in 2020 - Democracy in Action
As part of co-production week w/c 6th July, York MCN participated in the conversation on ‘co-production in 2020'. It was a diverse conversation hearing voices from all around the country, there was a raft of innovative ideas on how to ensure power is shared and different approaches to making change happen.
To hear the conversation in full follow the link: