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The Equalising Goal: Can Scientists Learn from Sports Teams?
"Gender, Cancer and Cancer Research UK: where are we on the road to gender equality?"
This virtual event will focus on the intersection of gender and race in academia, medicine and health sciences.
This seminar focused on barriers and inequalities faced by trans and gender diverse people, with a particular focus on healthcare. Guest Speakers: Dr Kate Nambiar and Dr Alison Berner
"Girl, Scientist, Leader" by Keynote Speaker, Professor Parveen Yaqoob
A virtual seminar hosted by the SMDBS Gender Equality Committee with guest speaker, Dr Jaine Blayney
Our colleagues in the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences collaborated with the School of Nursing and Midwifery to organise three training sessions for QUB Staff and Students. This training was provided by Transgender NI.
A virtual panel discussion hosted by the Gender Equality Committee, SMDBS with representation from People and Culture, contribution from SMDBS Academic Staff (Research and Education) and PhD representation.
A seminar hosted by the Gender Equality Committee, SMDBS
Round-table discussion/Q&A with Professor Emily Jefferson, University of Dundee
The SMDBS Gender Equality Committee launched a 'Man Box' Appeal in collaboration with International Men's Day 2019, for the collection of essential items for men affected by homelessness in Northern Ireland.
The School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences held a number of events in celebration of International Men's Day 2019.
We were delighted to welcome Professor Jenny Higham, the Principal at St George's University of London as the guest speaker of our 2019 Dame Ingrid Allen Lecture on Friday 18 October 2019.
The Queen's Gender Initiative in partnership with the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences were delighted to host an exciting event in celebration of Ada Lovelace Day 2019 and Women in STEM.
"Gender-based violence in Malawi: the role of ‘One-Stop-Centres to improve the health and safety of women and girls"