Whiteness and Race Equality network.
Training opportunities to increase participation in peer review.
Background to the event.
During the last few years WREN has published several articles within the Lancet and looked at the importance of racialised Lived Experience representation on editorial boards and as Peer reviewers of papers in terms of a race equality impact for racialised communities in relation to the Mental Health Act. The conference looks at patterns of funding to academic institutions, race breakdown of publishers, and reviewers, and the need for race equality standards to ensure peer review addresses equality in representation in, policy, legislative and practice outcomes.
|Oct 26thth||On-line session.|
|10am.||· Arrival/`Opening Professor Ashok Handa Oxford University.|
|10.10am.||· Race and racism in funding, publications academia, boards and peer reviews. Doctor King|
|10.25am||· Race, peer review and Personality Disorder. Doctor Lamp|
|10.35am.||· Feedback on Peer Review Training.|
|11am.||· Becoming a Peer Review workshops|
|12pm||· Film launch ‘Working across the colour line, white psychiatry and the racialised lived experience’|
|12.15pm||· Guest speaker. Joan Marsh. Lancet Psychiatry|
|12.35pm||· Signing up and outlining dates of Future workshops Oxford University.|
|· Lancet and Oxford University. Launch|
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