CAHN as the delivery partner to the London inspire Programme is delighted to announce its first Black Health Inequalities Summit in March 2024.
This event will be an opportunity to bring together key stakeholders to explore community-based approaches and how health systems could collaborate to create a sustained health improvement trajectory.
Theme: From Recognition to Action: Community and Systems Collaboration Approaches to Improving the health of Black Londoners
Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE
Date: Monday 25th March 2024
Time: 10:00 – 16:00hrs
Register here: https://portal.cahn.org.uk/blackhealthsummit
The Summit will feature speakers renowned for their contributions to health equity and advocates with expertise in addressing health disparities within Black communities. A special focus will be given to voices from the Black Caribbean and African community, healthcare professionals, community leaders, researchers, and lived experiences. This diversity of perspectives aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and opportunities to reducing health inequalities at system and community levels.
Confirmed keynote speakers include:
We have now also opened registrations for those organisations who wish to hold an information stall!
If you would like to attend and represent your organisation, we welcome you to book a stall for you to engage with other attendees and showcase your work and services. Please book your stall space at the following link: https://portal.cahn.org.uk/blackhealthsummitstall
Kindly note that there are limited stall spaces available.