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December 2017

December 24, 2017

NHS England’s latest report on race equality in the health service shows progress has been made but very slowly. The findings demonstrate that an increasing proportion of senior posts are being filled by people from black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds but that nurses still face ‘an uphill struggle for equality’. It also reveals that BME staff are less likely to get help with career progression or be appointed when shortlisted for jobs, and are more likely to face formal disciplinary procedures.

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