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Fifth of GP partners remove BAME staff from patient-facing work in pandemic

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More than one in five GP partners said they removed practice staff away from face-to-face care due to ethnicity during the pandemic, a Pulse survey has revealed. 

The survey in June revealed that 84 of the 378 respondents said that ‘ethnicity was a crucial factor in removing anyone in your practice away from face-to-face assessments’.

Around 70% of respondents said they had been counting ethnicity as a factor when risk assessing staff.

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