Tuesday, 7 November, 2017
The Mecure Haydock Hotel J23 off M6
12.00 - 16.30pm

Health Education England in the North West is pleased to announce a free half-day workshop to share experiences of cultural assessment from local organisations.

Come and hear how local organisations have used cultural transformation tools, what challenges they have faced and what the impact has been so far. Join the conversations and be inspired to think about how a better understanding of current cultures could benefit your organisation and your local healthcare system.

To pre-book a place, please email Catherine@valuescentre.com with your dietary and access requirements by the 30th October 2017.

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