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04 Sep 2019

When Professor Kirsty Forrest moved to Australia from the UK in 2013, she thought she was moving to a country that had well and truly tackled historical gender bias. In this MJA article, Professor Forrest describes how she soon realised that there was a long way to go before unconscious gender bias was a thing of the past… 

We, the next generation of Doctors, need to work together to fix these issues once and for all,” said Dr Tessa Kennedy, Chair, AMA Council of Doctors in Training. 

Read the full article here 


Published: 04 Sep 2019