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'There is an undercurrent of racism'


A patient is less likely to complain about a doctor they particularly like. It's a widely accepted psychological principle that people are more likely to like people they identify with. And a patient is more likely to identify with somebody of the same ethnic group as themselves. So it seems the findings may simply reflect aspects of ordinary human psychology.

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08 Oct 2014

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