For the monitoring of Quality and Diversity purposes Health Education England would value this information to be collated. This information is sent confidentially to HEE to ensure that we offer equal access to training and learning at NUH.

Which of these ethnic groups do you belong to? (Please only select from one of the following drop-downs)

Other ethnic group

You’re disabled under the Equality Act 2010 if you have a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative effect on your ability to do normal daily activities.

What ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ mean:

  • ‘substantial’ is more than minor or trivial, e.g. it takes much longer than it usually would to complete a daily task like getting dressed
  • ‘long-term’ means 12 months or more, e.g. a breathing condition that develops as a result of a lung infection

A progressive condition is one that gets worse over time. People with progressive conditions can be classed as disabled. However, you automatically meet the disability definition under the Equality Act 2010 from the day you’re diagnosed with HIV infection, cancer or multiple sclerosis.

To be fully inclusive this definition would also include Neurodiversity.

In view of the definition above:

Do you consider your disability to be:
(Please tick all that apply)
Do you consider yourself to meet any of the following Neurodiversity categories?
(Please tick all that apply)