In the UK, minority ethnic doctors less likely to get specialty NHS training posts; some specialties show gender bias

Most minority ethnic groups are less successful than their white British counterparts when applying to specialty training programs in the National Health Service (NHS), Cambridge researchers have shown. Their analysis, published today in BMJ Open, also found that while female applicants are more successful overall, particular specialties tend to appeal to different genders.

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