Race and employment in the NHS Public Deposited

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  • McNaught, Allan
  • Pennell, Imogen
  • Hughes, Jane
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  • London
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  • King Edward's Hospital Fund for London
Publication date
  • 1984
Pages
  • 52
Abstract
  • Race and Employment in the NHS is based on a conference organised by the King's Fund and the Polytechnic of the South Bank which examined the practical steps that health authorities and managers should take to ensure equal opportunities for people from ethnic minority groups. This booklet describes ways in which racism operates to exclude black people from the more desirable jobs. It also considers what can be done to overcome discrimination in employment and ways of moving towards racial equality in the NHS. Some useful guidelines for action are provided by case studies of one health authority and two local authorities that have begun to implement equal opportunity policies.
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  • Pagination: 52p.
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