Microaggression Awareness Training: Understanding Behaviours and Language

Brought to you by the University of Liverpool Schools of Medicine and Health Sciences, the Anthony Walker Foundation, NHS Trusts in the North West of England and Health Education England.

In 2021 a series of live online training sessions were created for all NHS staff and clinical students who work and study across NHS trusts in the Mersey, Cheshire and Wirral and Lancashire Region.

This was in response to the large number of ‘lived experiences’ recently shared by staff and students working and training in the region.

Based upon these sessions, this training is now available to all staff and students at the University of Liverpool via Canvas (link - University of Liverpool login required).

Clinical Educators without access to Canvas can access the training resources by clicking on the image below.

Title of the Microaggression resourceMicroagression Training Resources (link)

Please note that this content describes experiences of microaggressions. For those staff and students previously affected by episodes of microaggression, the content may trigger memories of these events and staff and students should not view the materials if they have any concerns about this.

If you require a certificate that features your score for CPD purposes, please get in touch.

If you would like to give us feedback on the Microaggressions Awareness training, please do so via this survey (link)


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