The Constitution of the BAME(British Aspiration Minority Engagement) Health Collaborative Charity (BHC) upholds the following: "BHC is a non-partisan and secular organisation. Cultural diversity will be the organisational fabric, it must be valued, accepted, celebrated and respected. Cultural diversity includes different races, beliefs, nationalities, ethnicities, religions and sexual orientations. This includes the requirements under the Equality Act 2010.
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BHC has grown at a quick pace. We have Ambassadors, Special Advisers, Committee Leads, and Members, as well as a Facebook page. BHC has used webinars and polling to obtain a better understanding of how BAME communities feel about and participate in healthcare. These polls have yielded useful information about the service, treatment, care, and delivery.
As part of our ongoing commitment to providing high-quality information aimed at decreasing healthcare inequities and the life expectancy gap, BHC plans to offer one global broadcast in 2022. BHC is genuinely a place where health, well-being, and cultural respect flourish.
BHC does not have a religious affiliation. United by a common vision that Together We Can! – to improve health outcomes for Black, Asian and Ethnic Minorities
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All BHC Trustees, Ambassadors, Special Advisers, Committee Leads/Members, Standard Members, Collaborators and partners of BAME Health Collaborative are expected to treat each other with dignity and respect, regardless of ethnicity, disability, gender (including transgender), age, sexual orientation, or beliefs (including lack of religion or beliefs).
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“It’s the fact that we know that there are numerous known diseases that impact the Black Asian and Ethnic minority population. This disproportionate statistical data becomes concerning when the health outcomes is overhelmingly poor compared to other poulation inthe UK. The underlying issue are we going to explore the why?, what?, which and when.”
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Seeing a need for energetic, nonprofit work in this area, in May 2020, we formed our BAME Health Collaborative (BHC) charity to provide sensible healthcare solutions to address the disparity in healthcare provisions offered in the UK. We've consistently grown since then, all thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community!
Our mission is to achieve health equity in the United Kingdom Our approach is to discuss the key issues that impact BAME communities in the UK through:
Research and Public Policy
Communication, Convening, Collaboration and Capacity Building
Championing Health Equity
In the world where evolution of technology is on the peak, medical science is also seeing innumerable advances. But, when it comes to addressing patient needs, ensuring patient safety, efficiency of the system, and quality improvement, healthcare system performs far below acceptable levels. We at BHC take our convictions and turn them in
In the world where evolution of technology is on the peak, medical science is also seeing innumerable advances. But, when it comes to addressing patient needs, ensuring patient safety, efficiency of the system, and quality improvement, healthcare system performs far below acceptable levels. We at BHC take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit to committtee? Get in touch for more information! email@example.com
Together ❤ we can build strong and impactful connected communities; we firmly believe that a united, informed and strong connected BAME communities are essential for the health and well-being of BAME people. Building strong and Impactful Connected Communities is about unifying, vision, partnerships and strengthening community power, organising ourselves, planning for the future, mobilising capital to make strategic investments in community health and wellbeing, and building bridges of support and shared understanding with our skilled, experienced qualified professionals within our communities.
Research, Publication and Exposure of our findings
We explore and use data to determine our needs and sustainability within the current healthcare system
Legal guidance, Professional Psychological Support and Confidence building training for our workforce who are marginalised and bullied
Make a conscientious decision to remove barriers across the diverse histories, heritages, languages and cultural expressions to dilute and nullify stereotypical views by our behaviour, communication and consideration for each other
BAME Health Collaborative intends on driving forward a shared thinking that substandard care will not be part of our tomorrow and all members of our families no matter where they are in the UK( homes, prison, carehomes, nursing homes, hospital, hospice, mental institutions, ongoing clinics, including detox centres, etc) we will be a singular voice advocating change.