What percentage of UK doctors are black?

What percentage of UK doctors are black?

Summary of NHS workforce By ethnicity Summary White people made up 77.9% of all NHS staff (out of those whose ethnicity was known) Asian people made up 10.7% of NHS staff, compared with 7.2% of working age people. Black people made up 6.5% of NHS staff, compared with 3.4% of working age people.

What are the top 5 ethnic groups in the UK?

Largest Ethnic Groups In The United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Rank Ethnic Group Share of Population in the United Kingdom
1 White European 87.1%
2 Black British or Afro-Caribbean 3.0%
3 Indian 2.3%
4 Multiracial 2.0%

What are the 6 ethnic groups in UK?


  • English, Welsh, Scottish, Northern Irish or British.
  • Irish.
  • Gypsy or Irish Traveller.
  • Any other White background.

What percentage of NHS staff are ethnic minorities?

Of the 1.2 million staff employed by NHS, 20.7% belong to Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) background.

How many different ethnic groups are there in the UK?

Ethnicity facts and figures Government data about the UK’s different ethnic groups. 87% of people in the UK are White, and 13% belong to a Black, Asian, Mixed or Other ethnic group (2011 Census…

How is ethnicity and academic performance in UK trained doctors?

We undertook a systematic review and meta-analysis of studies comparing the academic performance of UK trained doctors and medical students from white and minority ethnic, or non-white, groups. This section gives details of the protocol for the review.

How many NHS staff do not know their ethnicity?

Ethnicity was not known for 4.7% of NHS staff. Percentages are based only on staff whose ethnicity is known. They may be different to percentages published by the NHS. Read the detailed methodology document (PDF opens in a new window or tab) for this data. See Download the data for figures from 2010 to 2020. 3. By ethnicity

Are there any statistics about race in medicine?

All LCME- accredited U.S. medical schools verify 100% of medical students in the SRS. The figures offer an overview of the current race and ethnicity demographic trends in undergraduate medical education and the physician workforce. Selected findings are highlighted below.