This resource is targeted at NHS boards, especially the chairs of NHS boards. It recognises the important role chairs play in shaping the way members interact, behave, and set priorities – in short, how they establish the culture of a board.
The guide is not about how boards become more ‘representative’. Instead, it is about how a board uses the talents of everyone who sits round the table. It is about how boards capitalise on their diversity.
Full document: NHS workforce race equality: a case for diverse boards