Date of release: 14 October 2021
Congratulations to Sony Thattil, Lead Sepsis Nurse for The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, who has been invited to be a guest speaker at an upcoming event hosted by the Institute of Health & Social Care Management (IHSCM).
Hosted in partnership with their West Midlands Regional Hub, the IHSCM has established its first ‘TEDTalks-style’ discussion on the subject of women in leadership.
Sony will be joined by Shera Chok, Co-Founder and Chair of the Shuri Network (the first NHS and care network of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) women in digital health).
Shera is passionate about increasing diversity, innovation and safety and to encourage other BAME women to lead and engage with digital transformation. She has worked at a national level on health policy as a clinical advisor on new models of care and Integrated Care Systems with NHS England and as member of the NHS Independent Reconfiguration Panel for seven years. Topics include:
- why supporting women matters
- the support nurses need to take their first steps to succeed in digital health careers
- the Shuri Fellowship and other initiatives.
This is public virtual event, taking place on Wednesday, October 27th 2021,5pm-6pm.
Register for the event
Learn more about the Shuri network
Learn more about the IHSCM