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CSP reps call for better mental health services at TUC Black Workers Conference

News item - Posted on 20/04/2017

20 April 2017 Delegates at this year’s TUC Black Workers Conference unanimously backed a CSP motion calling for better mental health ...

Student diversity at risk from tuition fees, warns CSP

News item - Posted on 19/04/2016

19 April 2016 Care must be taken that changes to the way physiotherapy courses are funded do not reduce diversity among students, the ...

Advice line: NHS bid to improve the experiences of black and minority ethnic staff

Frontline article - Posted on 05/05/2015

Pramod Selkar welcomes an NHS bid to improve the experiences of black and minority ethnic staff. Last month a new and ...

BME staff are more likely to face bullying

News item - Posted on 21/10/2014

21 October 2014 Staff working in the NHS who have black and minority ethnic backgrounds are more likely than their white counterparts ...

3 minutes with ... Charmaine Riley-Nelson

Frontline article - Posted on 04/08/2014

Charmaine Riley-Nelson says more can be done to encourage people with black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds to become physios. ...

In perspective - momentum for change

Frontline article - Posted on 30/06/2014

The paucity of people with black and minority ethnic backgrounds in the top NHS posts must be tackled, argues Pramod Selkar I ...

Race equality in the NHS is flagging

News item - Posted on 15/04/2014

15 April 2014 There has been little improvement in the overall pattern of race discrimination in NHS recruitment, according to ...

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