This guide has been designed for anaesthetists and specialist pain medicine physicians interested in the locating resources relevant to gender equity, including those resources available through the ANZCA library.
Women's Experience in Anaesthesia - Reflections from the Operating Room
International Women's Day webinar.
Moderator: Carolina Haylock-Loor (Honduras)
Panellists: Bertille Ki (Burkina Faso), Jannicke Mellin-Olsen (Norway), Sheila Myatra (India)
To celebrate International Women's Day, the ANZCA Gender Equity Subcommittee answered frequently asked questions about gender equity, unconscious bias, gender balance in anaesthesia and more.
Access the IWD2023 reflections document here.
Access the full list 2022 recordings on YouTube here.
Selected highlights of the2022 recordings can be located on the Multimedia tab of this guide.
Inclusion & diversity at ANZCA
For more information about gender equity, including links to information about the Gender Equity Sub-committee, please visit the Inclusion and diversity page on the ANZCA website.
You can read/download the Gender Equity Position Statement, resource toolkit and take self-assessment quiz on the Inclusion and diversity webpage.
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