We are committed to providing services that are accessible to everyone. We recognise that different people have different needs and we will always do whatever we can to make sure that these needs are met.
On this page we publish the work we are doing to make our services personal, fair and diverse. This work is our response to a law called the Public Sector Equality Duty (part of the Equality Act 2010).
Your views are vital to developing services that meet the needs of local communities and we are always pleased to receive ideas and comments about how we can develop fairer services. Please email us on:
Since 2011, we have been using the NHS Equality Delivery System to improve our services and the working lives of our staff.
The reports below give information on how the Trust was performing on equality and diversity over the financial year 2011/12:
These documents were published to meet the specific requirements of the Public Sector Equality Duty.
Building on the equalities information we collected last year, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust is using information about the make up and needs of patients, service users and our staff to make decisions about our priority actions in 2013/14. For example, we are using information about the protected characteristics of our workforce, the results of the 2012 staff survey, and the views of staff to be gathered at a number of events, to agree actions to improve the health and wellbeing of employees.
Details of the work we are doing will be available here in March 2013.
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust provides a range of specialist mental health services in five different localities as well as physical healthcare to patients in Oxfordshire.
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