Diversity, equal access and information

Sheila Bullas


The overall aim of diversity is to ensure that every individual, whatever their differences, has fair and equitable access to health care and to employment based on clinical need and merit. This has advantages for staff by allowing them to give of their best and for patients by better identifying and meeting their needs. Evidence shows that individuals from minority groups are often not treated fairly and positive action is required to redress the balance.


diversity; equal access; information

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14236/jhi.v11i1.546


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