The first time you are called a racist, face up to it, name it, own it, change it

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The first time you are called a racist, face up to it, name it, own it, change it

Jo Scott-Jones

Jo Scott-Jones

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You can still be contributing to racism, even if you protest against it

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Racism in the health system results in poorer standards of care for Māori and inequities in health outcomes. GP Jo Scott-Jones helps you understand how you may be unknowingly contributing to racism, and what you can do about it

Key points, The impact of racism in the New Zealand health system is demonstrated by gaps in health outcomes between Māori and Pākehā, including life expectancy.