Chances of students passing final clinical exam largely depends on the country they did their initial training in, report finds

Australia’s training college for emergency doctors is marred by “systemic racial discrimination”, a review has found, as new data reveals the prospects of non-white doctors have fallen dramatically.

The Australian College for Emergency Medicine has allowed an “unintentional” and “unconscious” bias to creep into its clinical testing regime since 2015, the interim report of a racial discrimination investigation found.

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