Race inequalities in healthcare: how nurses are leading change
Nurses tackling deep-seated inequity explain how they are closing gaps in care provision for certain populations by challenging racial and cultural bias
- Nurses are taking practical – and culturally sensitive – steps to eliminate chronic race-based healthcare inequalities
- These nurses are breaking down barriers to healthcare access and changing services to ensure they address diverse needs
- Learn how to challenge unconscious bias by being open and listening to what people say they want from healthcare
Race inequalities were thrown into sharp focus during the COVID-19 pandemic, with disproportionate numbers of people from minority ethnic backgrounds in the UK, including nurses and other healthcare staff, dying from the disease.