This report by Baroness Doreen Lawrence says COVID-19 has “thrived” among BME communities because of structural race discrimination.
This report details the work that has been undertaken by the government since the publication of PHE reports in June 2020 highlighting the disparities that exist in relation to ethnicity and COVID-19 infections.
This report by the EHRC summarises evidence that helps us understand the effects of COVID-19 pandemic on different groups in society.
This HSCC report titled ‘Delivering core NHS and care services during the pandemic and beyond calls for a strategy to deal with racial discrimination in the NHS by the end of the year.
This report provides an overview of the feedback the NHS Confederation has received from its members concerning the long standing failure of the NHS to address health inequalities as exposed by COVID-19
In this interview Ms Coghill claims that some trusts are gaming race equality targets and highlights why the WRES needs to be revamped to make it fit for purpose.
This report by NHS Confederation highlights that the biggest workforce issue of the pandemic relates to discrimination of BME staff.
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This report commissioned by the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights is the first of its kind and highlights in the main that black people do not believe they are treated equally to white people by the NHS.
Report finds BME Covid-19 deaths in the West Midlands were probably avoidable with a number of harrowing testimonies.
Report found that 50% Bangladeshi; 42% Pakistani and 41% Black African key worker respondents reported they had not been supplied with adequate PPE. Furthermore, BME people were more likely to feel they were being given tasks that exposed them to the virus and to say that had been ignored after raising concerns about safety.
Letter outlines the third phase of the NHS response to COVID-19 effective from 1 August 2020 which includes a requirement for Trusts to publish action plans to ensure its leaders are representative of the BME Workforce by 2025. In addition, it also sets out how the NHS Leaders and General Practitioners are required to address health inequalities and prevention.
Sets out the requirements for how NHS people should be treated including the need to address the racial discrimination of BME staff.
Letter calls for NHS Leaders to undertake risk assessments of their staff that are most at risk within 4 weeks of the date of the letter.
The Government has set out its TOR regarding the next steps for work on Covid-19 disparities.
PHE-COVID-19 AND BME COMMUNITIES-16 JUNE 2020
Report documents the feedback from BME Stakeholders in an attempt to understand the impact of COVID-19 on BME groups. This section was withheld by the Government when the report was first published on 2 June 2020.
A review by PHE has confirmed the findings of ONS that BME groups are at a higher risk of dying from coronavirus even when certain known risk factors are accounted for. However, the report despite its TOR makes no recommendations as to what should be done to address…
The Office for National Statistics undertook a study comparing deaths where the coronavirus was mentioned on the death certificate and found that BME ethnic groups are at a higher risk than White ethnic groups.
This review looks at the Nation’s health since the Marmot Review in 2010 and has found a worsening health picture in England for all people, which is even worse for minority ethnic population groups and people with disabilities.
Report shows that Chairs and Non-Executive Directors of NHS Trusts from a BME background has nearly halved in the last decade from 15% in April 2010 to 8% in 2019.
Report sets out the target for NHS Trusts to close the ethnicity gap in rates of disciplinary action across the NHS Workforce.
CQC highlights its findings as a result of its MHA monitoring visits in 2018/2019.
EHRC and other interested parties to provide a response to the Government’s Race Disparity Audit which clearly shows that ethnicity has a significant and persistent impact on the chance to succeed to the detriment of BME people
Details a review into race inequality in Great Britain and calls for a need for a comprehensive race equality strategy
A national analysis of trusts and PCTs by the Health Service Journal (HSJ) in November 2008 confirms the findings of the SEC BME Network Race Equality Review in August 2008.
HSJ EDITORIAL-RE SEC RACE EQUALITY REVIEW
Editor of Health Service Journal (HSJ) in response to the SEC BME Network Race Equality Review Report outlines why it is necessary for management to do more to ensure the NHS is free of racism.
Health Service Journal (HSJ) given exclusively coverage of the SEC BME Network Race Equality Review Report the first of its kind.
The report, the first of its kind, analysed workforce data for the then 27 NHS organisations in the South East Coast (SEC) and reveals the widespread disadvantages faced by BME staff concerning recruitment, bullying and harassment, disciplinaries and AfC paybands.
Report is a review of the relationship between mental health services and African and Caribbean Communities.