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As part of Black History Month, Dr Juliana Onwumere from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King's and South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust will facilitate an online panel discussion focussing on the experiences, wellbeing and unmet needs of carers from Black communities in the UK, including young carers.

The discussion will also look at the role some of key charities and the different resources they have on offer can play.

Joining this discussion will be representatives from Carers UK, Rethink Mental Illness, Mental Health and the Arts, and Carers Trust alongside those with lived experience.

This event is open to anyone including members of Black communities across the UK.

The event will be of interest and relevant to professionals and students working in health and social care services, voluntary and 3rd sector organisations, faith communities; schools/colleges, and stakeholders from government and policy.

Panel members:

Tim Banks, Research & Engagement Manager, Carers Trust

Peter Alleyne​, Director of Equity, Inclusion and Involvement, Rethink Mental Illness

Angela Anwah, Founder & Director: Mental Health and the Arts

Michael Shann, Head of Carer Support, Carers UK

At this event

Juliana Onwumere

Reader in Clinical Psychology