Minority ethnic candidate chances of recruitment in NHS fall back, finds NHSE


The likelihood of minority ethnic candidates being appointed from NHS shortlists compared to white applicants is at its lowest rate so far recorded, while other key race equality indicators have “not improved over time”, according to NHS England’s latest annual evaluation of progress.

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