In this second Spotlight episode of The PJ Pod, we talk through an investigation that has shown the awarding gap between white pharmacy graduates and their ethnic minority counterparts in the UK has narrowed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
PJ journalists Dawn Connelly and Corrinne Burns share the inside story on how they put the investigation together, what the results show and their potential implications for more inclusive teaching on the pharmacy degree after the pandemic.
This episode is presented by Nigel Praities, executive editor, and was produced by Geoff Marsh.
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- To read the full investigation, click here
- To listen to our previous podcast on decolonising the MPharm curriculum, click here
- To read our investigation on the lack of diversity in pharmacy, click here
- For more coverage of equality and discrimination, click here