Hunt 'determined' to eliminate doctors' gender pay gap

Hunt 'determined' to eliminate doctors' gender pay gap
 

The NHS in England is to review how much it pays male and female doctors in an effort to eliminate a gender pay gap of 15%.
A review announced by the health secretary will look at why male doctors are paid on average £10,000 more than female doctors, as the BBC reported.
Across the whole NHS, women are paid 23% less than men despite far more women being employed.
A leading female doctor is to lead the review into the reasons behind the gap.
Prof Jane Dacre, president of the Royal College of Physicians, will lead the independent review into gender pay inequality.
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30 May 2018 in Health, Views: 123
Source: BBC
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