15 May Webinar – Supporting Women in Medicine Achieve Their Goals – MWIA Mentoring and Leadership for Medical Women
May 15 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm AEST
Supporting women in medicine achieve their goals. Organised by the MWIA Mentoring and Leadership Special Interest Group, Medical Women’s Association International. Webinar services provided by The Association of African Universities .
As Chair of the MWIA Mentoring and Leadership Special Interest Group, I am happy to announce that we are holding our first event for the year.
This event is open to all medical women, is free, with international leadership speakers. Please share with your network.
Mentoring skills are critical assets for academic medicine and allied health faculty, who impact and help shape the careers of the next generation of healthcare providers. Mentors are role models who also act as guides for younger doctors and medical students’ personal and professional development over time.
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Registration to the event is free.
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Magdalena is the President of the AFMW (2020-) and former President of VMWS (2013 & 2017-2020).
Magdalena’s deep engagements with the RACGP over many years includes chair of Women in General Practice, is currently on the RACGP Expert Committee Quality Care, prior to that on RACGP eHealth Expert Committee. She is a regular media spokesperson on numerous health issues, being interviewed most weeks by mainstream and medical media. Magdalena has represented the RACGP at senate enquiries and has worked on several National Health Framework reviews.
Both an RACGP examiner and University examiner she supervises medical students and undertakes general practice research. Roles outside of RACGP include the Strategy and Policy Committee for Breast Cancer Network Australia, Board Director of Women’s Health Victoria and Chair of their Strategy and Policy subcommittee and the AMA Victoria GP Network Committee.
Magdalena has presented at the United Nations as part of the Australian Assembly and was recently appointed the Australian representative to the World Health Organisation, World Assembly on COVID 19, by the Medical Women’s International Association (MWIA).