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How to banish the race bias holding black and Asian nurses back

Racism in the NHS is stopping nurses from achieving the promotion and career progression they deserve – but there are ways to combat discriminatory recruitment

Racism in the NHS is stopping nurses from achieving the promotion and career progression they deserve – but there are ways to combat discriminatory recruitment

  • Data show stark contrast between the career trajectory of nurses who are white, and those who are black or have Asian heritage
  • Find out about the subtle ways recruiters can let slip that racism has been a factor in the job interview process
  • Advice to empower you if you believe you are treated unfairly, and what managers can do to ensure their decision-making is bias-proof

Black and Asian nurses are being prevented from climbing the career ladder because of racism in the NHS.

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