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Spring Conference 2021

 

You are invited to join us at the MWF Spring Conference 2021. 

Our spring conference title for this year is  Working in a World of Inequalities

We will be hearing from:

  • Marion Sharples from the Women’s Budget Group on “Creating a Caring Economy”
  • Dr Heidi Mounsey and Dr Clare Devlin from the Medical Protection Society on "Legality and COVID-19"
  • Dr Annabel Sowemimo from Decolonising Contraception on “Decolonising Medicine”
  • Dr Kate Nambiar on “Healthcare Equality for Transgender People”
  • Dr Joanna Semlyen on “LGBTQ+ Health inequalities”

This year the Annual AGM and council meeting will take place on the 29th of April 2021 from 2pm – 5pm.

To book your place at the MWF Spring Conference 2021, please use our online booking form

Call for Oral Abstracts 

The Medical Women’s Federation (MWF) invites the submission of Abstracts for presentation at its Spring conference 2021. The MWF is committed to creating a platform for inspiring medical minds to meet, stimulate new thinking and extend professional relationships. The title of this year’s conference is “Working in a World of Inequalities”, which will be held virtually, on the 28th of May 2021.

Abstracts related to our conference theme are greatly encouraged. MWF is keen to encourage submissions from all interested.

Submission deadline: 2nd May 2021

Before submitting an abstract, please read the submission guidelines below.

Submission Process

Submission of abstract  will be done online via an online form, click here to access the form and follow up submissions through the MWF Admin email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

You do not need to register for the conference prior to submitting an abstract however following acceptance of your submission, registration is required.

Presentation Format

Oral Abstracts

The oral abstracts provided should be based on this year’s conference title ‘Working in a World of Inequalities.

  • Oral Abstracts will be 10 minutes long.
  • Oral Abstracts submission to include a Short abstract summary (max 300 words) and a Two-page PowerPoint summary
  • Those whose abstracts are selected will be required to submit all authors names and sign off for submission
  • Each abstract submitted should be submitted as a single entry