Interview - Dr Henrietta Bowden-Jones: 'Keep pushing forward: Why the MWF Centenary year presents a unique opportunity for women in medicine'

15 November 2017
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'Keep pushing forward: Why the Medical Women’s Federation Centenary year is a special time that presents a unique opportunity for women in medicine'

An inspiring interview with president-elect Dr. Henrietta Bowden-Jones is featured in Womanthology's Women in Medicine and Health issue special.

Dr. Bowden-Jones is the founder and director of the National Problem Gambling Clinic, the only NHS service designated for the treatment of pathological gamblers, now in its tenth year. She runs a gambling disorders research group and has been the recipient of Medical Research Council grants and a Wolfson Fellowship, as well as several prizes and awards. Henrietta is a neuroscience researcher, a medical doctor specialising in addiction psychiatry, an honorary clinical senior lecturer at the Department of Medicine, Imperial College, as well as being president-elect of the Medical Women’s Federation.

The interview offers a thought-provoking insight into the continued work and relevance of the MWF in our centenary year. Read the full article here.



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