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Empire, Colonisation, Slavery and Healthcare: why our Institutions need re-educating.

by Fatimah Mohamied – Midwife and editorial board member of ‘The Student Midwife Journal’, contributor of ‘all4maternity’ and contributor to the ‘Association of South Asian Midwives’. Midwifery is a profession that not only cares for the physical health of its clientele, but has also a deep and lasting impact on the mental and social healthContinue reading “Empire, Colonisation, Slavery and Healthcare: why our Institutions need re-educating.”

The government “does not know enough about the experience of frontline staff, particularly BAME staff”

In the cross-party Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report ‘COVID-19: Government procurement and supply of Personal Protective Equipment’, the PAC has  raised concern about the experiences of Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) staff who were more likely to report being affected by PPE shortages and feel pressured to work without adequate protection. They said: ‘A third of BAME doctorsContinue reading “The government “does not know enough about the experience of frontline staff, particularly BAME staff””

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