In this InSight+ article, co-authored with Dr Kimberly Humphrey, Deputy Chair of Doctors for the Environment Australia, AFMW president, Associate Professor Magda Simonis discusses how gender and climate change are integrally linked.
Earlier this year I was invited to speak with at one of the weekly RACMA webinars. RACMA is short for Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators. I chose my own title, “Gender Equity: I’m not biased, so what’s the big issue?” Around 90 attended from Australia, HK, NZ. Chatham House rules apply to these weekly meetings. The following is an extract of my talk and resources included in the RACMA’s Quarterly Journal (Q2 2021), “Changing Workplace Culture in the Health System”.
A/Professor Magdalena, AFMW President writes to the President of the Australian Federation of Medical Women (AFMW), deeply concerned regarding the impact on women and girls by the swift take over by Taliban, following the withdrawal of US and NATO forces in July this year.
In this article, originally published in the The Sydney Morning Herald, Associate Professor Nada Hamad chair of St Vincent’s Sydney’s Women in Medicine Group and deputy co-chair of the University of NSW’s Medicine, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion committee shares hope for gender parity in healthcare.
Adolescent mental health, school failure and the juvenile justice system: where are the integrated support services?
A/Professor Magdalena Simonis, President AFMW spoke to Rotary Club Melbourne on Wednesday 31st March 2021 on the topic of: Adolescent mental health, school failure and the juvenile justice system: where are the integrated support services?
A/Professor Magdalena, AFMW President has written to The Honourable Mr Scott Morrison to express the deep disappointment and anger to learn of the culture which has been permitted to flourish in Parliament House, putting women at risk of harm, derision and neglect.