Diversity among health care leaders in Canada: a cross-sectional study of perceived gender and race

Diversity among health care leaders in Canada: a cross-sectional study of perceived gender and race

At the provincial level, the gap between hospital executives perceived as racialized compared with the self-identified racialized population was 14.5% for BC (23.3% v. 37.8%), 27.5% for Manitoba (8.4% v. 35.9%), 20.7% for Ontario (12.7% v. 33.4%), 12.4% for Quebec (3.4% v. 15.8%), 7.6% for New Brunswick (0.0% v. 7.6%), 7.3% for Prince Edward Island (0.0% v. 7.3%) and 11.6% for Newfoundland and Labrador (0.0% v. 11.6%) (Table 3). The percentage of racialized leadership was not significantly affected by the size of the leadership team

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