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The History of Women’s Pain Management and Gender Bias in Medicine

The History of Women’s Pain Management and Gender Bias in Medicine

Thursday 11 August, 18:00 - 19:00, Online: Zoom

Audience: 16-29 years

In this workshop, Medical Herstory offers a historical perspective into how gender bias influences health experiences and medical care, with a focus on women’s pain (including childbirth). Through patient experience case studies, interactive trivia, and group discussions, we will address the implicit and institutional biases that have historically influenced women’s experiences of seeking and receiving care, and explore how to overcome these barriers.

The workshop will include discussions on racism, sexism, medical dismissal and discrimination, in addition to an exploration of societal and gender norms and factors influencing women’s health.

This workshop has been organised by the museum’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Group.

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Fees

First 20 bookings - 20% discount - code HF2B003 

Members and non-members: £5
Honorary members: Free
Concession (student, disabled, job seeker): £3.75 

Last minute booking rates apply (see event page for details).