July 2021


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The coronavirus pandemic has provided an unexpected opportunity to improve equality, diversity and inclusion across health and social care. This month’s Nursing Times analyses what progress has been made for ethnic minority staff over the past 12 months and whether it needs to be faster. Also, in an interview, the head of the NMC sets out plans to stamp out discrimination and we look at what it was like for Indian nurses in the UK during the pandemic. In addition, we have also spoken to nurses from the LGBTQ+ community about their experiences on inclusion. The clinical section covers setting up a BAME shared-governance council and Covid-19 vaccine clinics for people with learning disabilities, as well as improving care for people with chronic cough. Our role model is Adam Mapani, one of the first nurses to deliver sight-saving eye injections.