I set up a safe space to challenge discrimination
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I set up a safe space to challenge discrimination

Lynne Pearce Health journalist

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Witnessing the discrimination faced by a prisoner brought into the emergency department (ED) where she was working prompted a change of career direction for nurse Sheree-Leigh Woodall. ‘He was wearing handcuffs and everyone was looking at him,’ recalls Ms Woodall, who was recently appointed the first head of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) at independent healthcare provider Practice Plus Group.

Mental Health Practice. 27, 4, 20-21. doi: 10.7748/mhp.27.4.20.s9

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