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About this webinar recording
In anaesthesia, women make up 38% of the consultant workforce and 47% of trainee and SAS workforce, a figure that is set to rise, year on year. Women, in the immediate future, may no longer be a minority in the specialty. However, being female still provides some unique challenges to overcome on the path to success, which our speakers will explore and celebrate during this webinar.Organisers
: Dr Sarah Marsden, ST4 Anaesthetics & Elected Member, Association of Anaesthetists Trainee Committee and Dr Roopa McCrossan, Consultant Anaesthetist, James Cook University Hospital Chair
: Dr Sarah Marsden, ST4 Anaesthetics & Elected Member, Association of Anaesthetists Trainee CommitteeProgramme
Women in Academic Anaesthesia - Dr Seema Agarwal
Allyship - Dr Stuart Edwardson
Women in anaesthesia: the unconscious bias - Dr Naomi Freeman
Women in Leadership - Dr Fiona Donald
, President, RCoA