• 8 October, 2021
    Free, ongoing,1-1, listening support for people with Autoimmune Disease and Long Covid   The Wren Project is a registered UK charity providing free, ongoing, 1-1 listening support for adults diagnosed with autoimmune disease. Responding to increasing evidence of the autoimmune component to long ...
  • 30 September, 2021
      Are you a refugee doctor or would you like to learn more about Refugee doctors and which organisations can be helpful, then visit our updated page here  If you are interested in learning more about Refugee Doctors, join us at our MWF Virtual Autumn Conference on the 5th of Novemeber 2021. Hear ...
  • 27 September, 2021
    The Medical Women’s Federation is very pleased that the UK government have announced plans to fortify non-wholemeal flour with folic acid. This announcement comes after years of campaigning and research, including a public consultation in 2019 which MWF responded to by strongly supporting the ...
  • 15 September, 2021
      The MWF Council meeting will be taking place virtually on the 14th of October 2021 from 9am -11am.  The council meeting is open to all MWF members. All members are encouraged to attend. To register for council, please click here . All documents for the meeting will be sent out ...
  • 14 September, 2021
    We would like to offer our warms congratulations to Professor Chloe Orkin who has been appointed President of MWF. Prof Orkin has taken over the role from Professor Neena Modi, who is now President of the BMA. We would like to wish both officers the best in their new roles. Professor Chloe ...
  • 13 September, 2021
    We, the undersigned, would like to express our deep concerns regarding the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. The re-establishment of Taliban control in the country has numerous implications. We would particularly like to highlight the impact on the health and human rights of those in ...
  • 3 September, 2021
    We are hosting a meeting on Monday 11th October at 6pm to welcome our current junior doctors and medical student members, as well as to introduce ourselves to future MWF members. The evening will be held over Microsoft teams. We have our president -elect Professor Chloe Orkin giving a talk on her ...
  • 30 July, 2021
    Despite being a natural part of growing older, the menopause is often associated with stigma and taboo. This stigma results in a lack of discussion with many women not learning about the effects of the menopause until they experience it themselves. This absence of education also means workplaces ...
  • 29 July, 2021
    Can the COVID Mask Unmask Our Identity? by Jeanne Maria Dsouza          Jeanne Maria Dsouza is a medical student from Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, India. She is an avid writer and has published poems and prose in Indian newspapers and magazines. She has a tremendous interest in ...
  • 23 July, 2021
    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 ...

 

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