I was delighted to be featured with my dad on NHS England social media for South Asian Heritage month, via live on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. They were particularly interested in multiple generations within families who have worked in the NHS. NHSE: What do you love about your role? Me: I am a ConsultantContinue reading “My Full Interview with NHS England for South Asian Heritage Month 2022”
In the last year, I have delivered three presentations on culture, race and health inequalities to physiotherapists and AHPs. In my talk I describe how early on in my career, I assimilated into the culture of the Physiotherapy profession and department I worked at the expense of my ethnic minority identity. I was less confidentContinue reading “Awakening to the impact of culture on how we deliver care and treat our colleagues”
It’s risky putting your head above the parapet. Revealing who you are and being vulnerable publicly. I knew I wanted to write a piece in the South Asian Heritage edition of CSP Frontline and that every Chartered Physio, student & support worker member would get copy through their front door. Glossy and undeniable. Here isContinue reading “Hi to Bi, my piece for Frontline magazine”
This Kingsfund blog by Tracie Jollif I brilliantly timed after my post on Monday examining culture of the profession of Physiotherapy. She makes suggestions for leaders to change culture in their departments: https://www.kingsfund.org.uk/blog/2021/05/leadership-racial-justice?utm_source=twitter&utm_term=thekingsfund&utm_medium=social
Well I was finally persuaded (thank you, Anna Volkmer) to start blogging and launch my own site. I’m not a natural diary writer and reflective pieces have always been like pulling teeth, but where I have written my thoughts I have learned a great deal through the nature of the process. Examining the sources andContinue reading “Launching my own site….. with apprehension”
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