What Is Equality In The Workplace In The UK
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An article by HR Review published on July 11 2013 reported that "’Foreign’ GPs ‘are discriminated against’".
The article tells of that "Too many GPs who are trained abroad and come to Britain to work are not getting through their Royal College of General practitioners exams because they are being discriminated against it has been claimed".
It further explains "The General Medical Council (GMC) is looking into allegations that failure rates of doctors trained outside the UK are "disproportionate". Similar claims are being made about ethnic minority graduates who are trained in the UK with 24.4 per cent of black candidates and 17.5 per cent of those of South Asian origin failing the exams but among white candidates the rate is 5.8 per cent."
It goes on to say "At the same time RCGP statistics show that 65.3 per cent of foreign trained GPs failed their Clinical Skills Assessment first time around in 2011/12 ? but the figure for medical graduates who studied in the UK was just under 10%".
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The above-mentioned article reports that a spokesman for the RCGP said: "We take equality and diversity issues very seriously and strongly refute any allegations that the exam is discriminatory. Our assessment procedures which are designed to ensure safe patient practice have been approved by the General Medical Council as the regulator."
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