The short survey, which opens today (June 18) and will run for two weeks, aims to gather data from all ethnicities across pharmacy on their experiences of racism in the workplace.
The 13 questions cover discrimination from colleagues and patients, explicit abuse and career impact.
C+D editor Beth Kennedy said: “We’d like to hear from voices from all backgrounds in pharmacy on whether or not they’ve experienced racism at work.
“Now is the time for people to speak up about racial the discrimination they’ve suffered, incidents large and small, so we can raise awareness of the problems and take one step towards a more tolerant sector.”
The survey follows pharmacy bodies voicing their disappointment that a Public Health England review had “failed” to offer guidance on how to mitigate the higher COVID-19 risks for people from black, Asian and minority ethnic groups in early June.
Answer the survey anonymously here.