Research on black and minority ethnic communities and health and social care

Venue:

Nubian Life, 50 Ellerslie Road, London, W12 7BW

The Race Equality Foundation is looking to talk to people about their experiences of health and care.

The Race Equality Foundation is looking to talk to people about their experiences of health and care. This is part of a review to help the Care Quality Commission develop better ways to inspect health and care services.

We are talking with people at: Nubian Life, 50 Ellerslie Road, London, W12 7BW on Friday 11th December, 2-4pm.

We want to hear from people who are receiving health and care, their families and carers about their experiences and individual stories.

You can find more information about the work here: http://www.cqc.org.uk/content/quality-care-place

What you tell us will help the planning and focus of inspections and be written into a report. Your personal details will be kept confidential, and you will be given a £15 voucher as a thank you for your time.

If you would like any more information or to talk more about the research, please contact Samir Jeraj at the Race Equality Foundation on samir@racefound.org.uk or 0207 4281886.

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