The Shuri Network is the first NHS and care network of women of colour in digital health. We are a small but wonderful team that has had a big impact on celebrating difference and diversity in digital health, challenging the system to take action and supporting women of colour to succeed in their careers. We are named after Shuri, the Black Panther character who is responsible for her country’s technological success.
We stand in solidarity with our BAME community, our members and allies in the fight against racism. Our network has always stood for equality, diversity and safety. Black Lives Matter.
We continue to highlight the adverse impact Covid-19 has had on BAME communities and staff in the UK and work with other organisations including the RCN, NHSX, BAPIO, Digital Health and the BMA to address this.
What have we achieved since our launch in July 2019?
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Membership is free and open to all (BAME women in digital health and allies) and will ensure you receive our newsletters and updates about events and opportunities.