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

In Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec, we analyzed the gap in racial diversity between hospital leadership and the municipal population (Figure 1). The gap in representation increased from 4.2% in cities or towns with the lowest proportion of racialized residents to 34.5% in areas with the highest proportion of racialized residents. The trend was similar when geographic catchment areas were narrowed using alternate definitions

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