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At The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, we believe everyone has the right to be respected and valued as an individual. We care about empowering people and having a culture that promotes equality, inclusivity and human rights. We are determined to do all we can for all people at all times to meet their individual needs and provide the very best experience.
We are committed to ensuring:
Everyone at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is responsible for creating a culture that values and respects people. Read our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy (2020-2023).
Our Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Lead provides expert support so we can meet our Public Sector Equality Duty, as well as enabling us to meet the needs of the diverse communities we serve.
Our EDI Lead also:
The EDI Committee oversees equality, diversity and inclusion in the Trust. It reports to our Workforce and Organisational Development Committee (WOD) and has delegated responsibility to:
The EDI Committee meets quarterly and is chaired by the Director of Workforce & OD. Its membership is representative of the services we provide and the catchment area we serve.
Your views are important in helping us ensure our services are inclusive, respectful of diversity, and accessible to all. Listening to the experiences of patients, relatives/carers and others helps us understand what we are doing well and where we need to improve. We welcome feedback because it helps us ensure our Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Strategy isn’t just a piece of paper gathering dust. It is something we put into practice and continuously improve upon.
We have a robust governance structure to ensure we achieve our EDI objectives. It also oversees equality, diversity and inclusion activity across the Trust, including:
If you would like more information or to be involved please call our Equality and Inclusion Lead on 0151 556 5496 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact the EDI Lead by post by writing to:
Equality, Diversity & InclusionThe Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation TrustClatterbridge RoadBebingtonWirralCH63 4JY
We measure our performance each year using NHS England’s EDS2 performance framework. As well as gathering evidence from across the Trust, we involve local people who represent the diverse populations we serve, Healthwatches, and community groups. They review our evidence and decide what grade we deserve. View our EDS2 grading reports:
To get involved with our EDS2 grading or for more information about our grading reports, contact our EDI Lead on 0151 556 5496 or email@example.com.
To find out more about the NHS Equality Delivery System (EDS), visit the national EDS website or watch this short animated film:
We routinely collect important information about patients and staff so we can make sure that the services we provide and the opportunities available (e.g. jobs) are fair and accessible to all. You can find out more in our EDI Annual Monitoring Report (2018).
Workforce Race Equality Standard
We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion in our workforce. NHS England’s Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) requires all NHS organisations to show progress against several indicators. View our results and the associated action plan:
Workforce Disability Equality Standard
We are also committed to enabling people with disabilities to access employment, training and promotion with us by making reasonable adjustments. NHS England’s Workforce Disability Equality Standard (WDES) requires organisations to demonstrate progress against a number of indicators of workforce equality. View our results and the associated action plan:
Gender Pay Gap
Public sector organisations with more than 250 staff are required to publish an annual ‘snapshot’ of gender pay information for 31st March each year. This report compares the snapshot of gender pay information with the same period the previous year. The information will remain on our website for three years. View our latest Gender Pay Gap Report (2021).
We have signed up to the Disability Confident scheme, confirming our commitment to being a supportive employer to people with disabilities.