The next instalment of our Women in Leadership Series is focusing in on the gender inequality within positions of leadership in the Health Service. 

In conjunction with the YF Health Network, we'll be exploring the reasons for, and solutions to, the fact that the number of female clinical managers is disproportionately low compared to the large number of female clinicians and frontline staff. Recent research has shown there to be a significant issue with the number of female leaders in the NHS and this event aims to explore the reasons behind this as well as the social, economic and political implications for patients, clinicians and wider society.

At this roundtable event, we'll be hearing from some amazing speakers while also hearing your experiences and views on the question of whether the healthcare system has a woman problem.

Speakers are still being confirmed, but we wanted to make sure you saved the date! So to give you a taste of who we've got lined up for you:

Rachael Maskell MP - Member of Parliament for York Central & Shadow Defence Minister for Armed Forces Personnel & Veterans. Rachael is also a qualified Physiotherapist & a leading figure in the Protect our NHS campaign

Kirstie Stott - Progamme Lead for the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme, which forms part of the NHS Leadership Academy

Jos Bell - committee member of the Socialist Health Association & Fabian Women's Network

Rika Talukder - NHS junior doctor specialising in cardiothoracic surgery and member of the Women in Surgery Network

We're looking forward to seeing you there! Save the date!

For more information, please contact Ria Bernard, Vice-Chair:

June 13, 2016 at 7pm - 9pm
Committee Room 8, Houses of Parliament
31A Saint James Sq
London SW1A 2LW
United Kingdom
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