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Your views on our Equality and Inclusion Strategy

The six Clinical Commissioning Groups in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent have been working on compiling a joint Equality and Inclusion Strategy for the next three years.

Follow the link to read the pdf draft strategy (1.18 MB)

The CCGs have been seeking feedback on shaping this strategy, from as wide a range of local groups and organisations as possible, both on the strategy itself and also on the four equality objectives which are set out in the strategy. This included seeking feedback from seldom heard groups / protected characteristic groups / inclusion health groups and their representatives.

To help to gather views, a survey was available from 18th September until 21st October 2018. The results from the survey are currently being analysed and a summary report will be published when it is available.

Find our more about Equality and Diversity at SESSP CCG.

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