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The ethnicity pay gap in the English NHS

Report 13/04/2021John Appleby | Laura Schlepper | Eilís Keeble

The NHS is the largest employer of ethnic minority staff in England with over 225,000 employees. Issues around equality are important, but how is this reflected in staff pay? This research report examines the differences in basic pay between ethnic minority staff and White staff employed by the NHS...

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Chart of the week: Real-terms NHS staff pay from 2010 to 2020

Data story 07/04/2021

Each week we present analysis of data in chart form to illustrate some key issues and invite discussion. Following recent government proposals to offer a 1% pay rise to most NHS staff following a year unlike almost any other for health professionals, Mark Dayan looks at real-terms pay for different...

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Troubling responses from nurses: Nuffield Trust response to NHS Staff Survey

Press release 11/03/2021Nuffield Trust

Helen Buckingham responds to the 2020 Staff Survey for the NHS in England.

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Chart of the week: Picking up the pace – vaccinations across frontline health and social care staff

Data story 10/03/2021

Each week we present analysis of data in chart form to illustrate some key issues and invite discussion. Frontline health and social care staff were close to the front of the queue when the vaccination programme began at the end of last year, and a large percentage of staff have received a first dos...

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Safe delivery? The main challenges for the NHS in delivering the Covid-19 vaccine

Blog post 27/01/2021Helen Buckingham

As the UK’s vaccination programme against Covid-19 escalates, Helen Buckingham takes a closer look at the main issues for the NHS during its biggest ever vaccine campaign. This blog was originally published on 8 December and has now been updated to reflect the latest data.

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Laying foundations: Attitudes and access to mental health nurse education

Report 08/10/2020Billy Palmer | Rachel Hutchings | Claudia Leone

Mental health nursing is a vital and varied profession, accounting for over a third of the mental health workforce in England. Yet the numbers choosing to study to join the profession are unable to meet sharply rising demand. This major new report, commissioned by NHS Employers and the Mental Healt...

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Chart of the week: Sickness absence rates in the NHS in April were at their highest since records began

Data story 28/08/2020

Each week we present analysis of data in chart form to illustrate some key issues and invite discussion. This week Lucina Rolewicz reveals that the staff absence rate in the NHS in April was the highest since records began – exceeding even winter peaks of sickness absence over the last 11 years. A...

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Chart of the week: NHS staff pay and the cost of living

Data story 30/07/2020

Each week we present analysis of data in chart form to illustrate some key issues and invite discussion. This week, Mark Dayan looks at whether the pay of NHS staff over the past 10 years has kept up with inflation and with wages in the private sector.

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Chart of the week: Black NHS staff are underrepresented in senior management roles

Data story 11/06/2020

Each week, we present a chart that addresses a vital issue dominating global conversations around health care and society as a whole. This week, Lucina Rolewicz and Jonathan Spencer highlight the disproportionately low representation of black people working in senior positions in hospitals and commu...

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Chart of the week: Covid-19 death rate higher for men in public-facing or construction jobs than 'professional' roles

Data story 13/05/2020

Each week, we'll be taking a look at a different aspect of the Covid-19 pandemic, presenting our analysis of the data in chart form to illustrate some key issues and invite discussion. This week, John Appleby looks at which occupational groups have higher rates of deaths from coronavirus or other ca...

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