Roger Kline: how does discrimination in governance and leadership impact on patient care?

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  • Posted:Tuesday 26 May 2015

Roger Kline, Research Fellow, Middlesex University Business School, explains why the absence of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) staff from the leadership of the NHS is serious, systemic and has shown no real sign of improving in recent years. He emphasises that diversity in health care leadership makes a decisive difference to patient care and to the wellbeing of health care staff.

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