A very long and slow walk: There is much still to be done to end race discrimination in the NHS

Research by Roger Kline found that minorities were over 3 times less likely to get hired for a post at NHS Trusts in England than white applicants. Black applicants who were shortlisted were nearly twice less likely than white applicants to be appointed, indicating significant discriminatory hiring practices. Given some of the issues with actually getting data on hiring practices, […]

The NHS is at a crossroads after the Francis Report

Roger Kline and Brendan Martin suggest that recommendations in the Francis Report about policing inadequate behaviour by health care workers have been over emphasised, neglecting opportunities to ensure higher standards. There is a danger that the opportunities provided by the report to strengthen the best aspects of NHS culture will be overwhelmed by defensive responses that reinforce the weak ones. During the […]

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