Racial disparity in people raising care concerns

Jabeer Butt, chief executive, Race Equality Foundation

Black and minority ethnic (BME) people are less likely to raise concerns about the standard of care they receive than those from a non-BME background. Research for the Care Quality Commission (CQC) found almost half of BME people with a previous mental health problem (48%) wanted to raise concerns about mental health services. This compared…

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