Magdalena Simonis, AFMW President shares her video message of action and need for a 40/40/20 rule, as we recognise International Women’s Day (#IWD) 2021. The United Nation’s theme for his year ” Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world”.
AFMW’s 20 March NGO CSW65 parallel event will be delivered on the NGO CSW virtual platform. Please see a quick tutorial on how to use the NGO CSW65 virtual platform. Please register to attend. We look forward to seeing you online!
March 1-7 is Endometriosis Awareness week and I welcome you to download and share the free learning module and RATE tool with your colleagues.
Attention all Youth Leaders and Young Professionals! NGO CSW Forum are offering $5000 grants to support projects to advance gender equity. Get in quick!
REMINDER – ‘Insights into Australia’s National COVID-19 Vaccination Strategy” with Prof Kristine Macartney, Open Forum Sat 27 Feb
REMINDER – Register now >> for this Saturday’s ‘Insights into Australia’s National COVID-19 Vaccination Strategy with Prof Kristine Macartney’ Open Forum. Expert panellists include Dr Magda Simonis and Dr Maria Boulton.
shEqual, breaking down the link between advertising and violence against women. A Woman’s Health Victoria initiative.
An afternoon with AFMW- who we are, what we aim for and how we do things! AFMW President Magdalena Simonis summarises the AFMW story in the Western Pacific meeting session
In this article, originally published by Intouch Public Health, we share with Australian medical women the results of the Women’s health and wellbeing during COVID-19: study captured between April to
In this article, originally published by Safe Work Australia, we share with Australian medical women new national work health and safety guidelines. ——————- New national work health and safety guidance
AFMW would like to recognise the contributions of Australian medical women recognised by 2021 Australia Day Honours, and congratulate them on these achievements.
We congratulate Professor Jane Gunn on her appointment to Dean, MDHS, University of Melbourne. The first female Dean since female students first admitted to study medicine 1887.
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