Genomics, health inequalities, and an integrated approach in the provision of precision medicine

bit.ly_HI2023NW.pngWe would really value your feedback on this new film, which features interviews with Professor Bill Newman, Clinical Director of the Alliance, Sharmila Kar, Interim Director of the NHS NW BAME Assembly, and Victor Adebowale, Chair of the NHS Confederation.

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The scripts for the production are available to download, and translate via Google Translate.



Our commitment to greater equality in genomic healthcare

Untitled design (73).pngWe are committed to greater equality in genomic healthcare for the communities we serve, ensuring that everyone has access to the healthcare they need while treating people with respect, dignity, and fairness, where:

  • Diversity is valued and respected – an approach that embraces both visible and non-visible difference
  • We all work together effectively in an atmosphere of trust, harmony, and respect
  • Discrimination and prejudice are challenged
  • Both direct and indirect discrimination (including associative and perceptive discrimination)

Professional v2.pngWe will ensure there is equal access to the nationally commissioned genomic tests as set out in the National Genomics Test Directory, regardless of where the patient lives or how and where they access healthcare.

Our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Strategy reflects our commitment to developing genomic services that meet the needs of our diverse population and continuously improve the way we interact with our stakeholders.

Achieving health equity in the application of genomic medicine requires greater access and availability of genomic information from the diverse population of the North West.

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