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NHS drive for diversity in key roles ‘going backwards’

 

The NHS’ commitment to diversity and inclusion has been called into question, after a new report revealed that fewer people from black and minority ethnic backgrounds and women are being appointments in key roles running NHS trusts. The findings were discovered in a report by the NHS Confederation, which represents 85% of local health service bodies in England. In the report, it reveals that the proportion of chairs and non-executive directors of NHS trusts in England who are from an ethnic minority has almost halved from 15% in 2010 to just 8%. The proportion of women in those posts has also fallen from 47% in 2002 to only 38%, despite an increase of initiatives aiming to improve women and BME representation in senior NHS roles.

 

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