Two race equality advisers are to work within the NHS in Wales. Michael Banner and Dee Hines-Johnson are being employed by Bro Taf health authority in posts funded by the Welsh Assembly for two years. Mr Banner has worked on race and equality issues for 12 years. Ms Hines-Johnson has worked in the NHS for 25 years. They will look at access and service delivery issues in primary and secondary care, and ethnic-minority monitoring and employment. Welsh health secretary Jane Hutt said she 'strongly supported' the creation of the posts, developed in conjunction with the NHS Equality Forum and the All Wales Ethnic Minority Association.