• 18 September, 2020
      NHS Employers SAS development guide updated NHS Employers, with partners has updated the SAS development guide to include new case studies and more information on continuing professional development, autonomous working and extended roles for the SAS workforce. The guide has been updated by NHS ...
  • 16 September, 2020
    When: Friday 6th November 2020 from 9.50am - 3pm Location: Virtual You are invited to join us at the MWF Virtual Autumn Conference 2020. Confirmed Speakers We will be showcasing a fantastic and varied line-up of speakers. Hear from: Dr Jessica Wade Professor Neil Greenberg Dr Henrietta ...
  • 15 September, 2020
    MWF are launching a new webinar series, with the first webinar taking place on the 15th October at 6pm with special guest Harini Iyenga from the Women's Equality Party. To sign up, please click here ...more details to follow ...
  • 6 July, 2020
    MWF Student Representative Vacancies The Medical Women’s Federation aims to have a student representative at every medical school in the UK. In addition, we have a student representative on Council. If there isn't a representative at your school and you would be interested in putting yourself ...
  • 3 July, 2020
     NHS 72nd Birthday Statement On July 5, the 72nd anniversary of the NHS, across the UK, people will clap for the NHS, as they did during lockdown. They clap in gratitude for freedom from fear because the NHS is here for all of us, and for public sector healthcare workers motivated by professional ...
  • 12 June, 2020
    The Medical Women’s Federation does not condone violence, but we understand it, as - in Martin Luther King’s phrase - “the voice of the unheard”. We remember that Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and her daughter, Louisa, were militant suffragettes whose actions contributed to the right for women to take ...
  • 11 June, 2020
    MWF shares the concerns of members of continuing COVID-19 related risks to the public and healthcare professionals. We fully support continued physical distancing recommendations and stand in solidarity with colleagues and members on the frontline. We encourage members to contact us should they be ...
  • 10 June, 2020
  • 9 March, 2020
    The BMA is surveying its members on assisted dying. The survey is until 27 February. BMA members should have received an email with details on how to vote. More details can be found here. The survey results won't directly change BMA policy on assisted dying but they will inform a debate at the ...

 

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