Network announces Discussion event on LGBT+ experiences and engagement on NHS and social care performance

We are very pleased to announce a Discussion event on LGBT+ experiences and engagement on NHS and social care performance, facilitated by the Network, and hosted by Bournemouth University; this follows from the recent Network enabled panel discussion on the last day of the Come As You Are (CAYA) Trans & Non-Binary communities festival, at Poole Lighthouse. A big thank you to Bourne Free Chair & Chair of Proud Cherries, Louise Clarke for her support, and to Ian Jones at Bournemouth University for enabling the venue for this important event.

You can access the event programme schedule and questions here: LGBT+ NHS AND SOCIAL CARE, COMMUNITY DISCUSSION EVENT

The event will take place towards the end of LGBT History Month 2019, on 26th Fenruary at 6pm (concluding at 8:3opm) at the Bournemouth University’s Talbot Campus, Fusion Building, Inspire Lecture Theatre.  Places are limited but you can book online via Eventbrite: www.dorsetequality.eventbrite.co.uk?s=91364486