Home » MWIA WPRC » MWIA Professional Issues for Women in Medicine

MWIA Professional Issues for Women in Medicine

Medical Profession, Medical Professionalism: What’s in it for Women?

Sunday 19 October 0800-0930

Speaker: Associate Professor Jill Sewell AM FRACP FAICD

sewell-jillJill Sewell, consultant paediatrician, is Deputy Director of the Centre for Community Child Health at the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne. Her interests include developmental/behavioural paediatrics, education and training, health workforce, women in medicine, health policy and service delivery.  Jill is a past President of the RACP, and a past member of NHMRC,  ASQHC, and the Victorian Quality Council. Jill advises the Australian Population Health Development Principal Committee. She sits on the boards of Bayside Health and OzChild. In 2005 Jill was made a Member of the Order of Australia for services to child health.

When The Fat Lady Sings

On Sunday 19 October 2008 Consultant Forensic and Family Psychiatrist Carolyn Quadrio presented “When The Fat Lady Sings” to  the MWIA Western Pacific Regional Congress, an in-depth discussion of professional issues facing women in medicine.