Audio w/ PPT slides now available! “So, you think you know about disability?” from 10th Feb

The ICED Disability Seminar Series and the LSHTM Equality and Diversity committee jointly present:

“So, you think you know about disability? The real disability-inclusive working environment by people who should know”

 Speakers: Emmet de Monterey & Bernadette Gahan

Date: 10th February, 2016

Audio with Powerpoint slides available: here.

 

About the Seminar: 

4.5 % of the LSHTM staff have declared a disability. How confident are you that our workplace is disability inclusive, and what does this really mean? Join us for this joint seminar to debunk the myths around disability inclusion and to learn about disability confidence in the workplace. Our speakers will share their own experiences of disability in the workplace to promote best practice and ensure a disability-inclusive working environment for all.

About the Speakers:

Emmet de Monterey: Emmett is a psychotherapist in private practice in London. Prior to setting up in practice he worked as a therapist at HMP Wandsworth, and also in an Employee Assistance Programme for TFL. Before training as a therapist he worked for many years as a theatre designer.

Bernadette Gahan: is an assistant librarian working for Imperial College London Faculty of Medicine at Charing Cross hospital. She transitioned to libraries from Imperial student residences after 18 years’ service in 2012.
Prior to working for Imperial Bernadette was among London’s youngest landladies to manage pubs in the 1980’s and early 1990’s.

This seminar is primarily targeted at LSHTM staff, but students and external audiences are also welcome.

If coming from outside the school, please sign in at reception when you arrive, and a member from the Disability Centre will be waiting in the foyer to accompany you to the theatre.

For more information about the International Centre for Evidence in Disability (ICED), including the full schedule of seminars in the series, please see our website at: http://disabilitycentre.lshtm.ac.uk/

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