To celebrate Black History Month, three Black female professionals – Dr Ria Clarke (RC), Esmé Ara’Resa (ER) and Priscilla Vivian (PV) – took part in a panel event exploring treating Black female patients, being a Black woman working in healthcare, and navigating the difficulty of self-care. In this blog for Medically Speaking, two medical students Oluwasemire Adetoro and Ihuoma Osuji, share their key takeaways, insights and discussions from the event.
For the past three years the Muslim Medics Southampton Society has been providing support and help to the Muslim students training to be doctors of the future. Medically Speaking spoke with Fahim Syed, the current President (2022-23) to find out why the society was started and how it’s making a positive impact on our students
As I write this, it’s International Women’s Day and I have been enjoying all the support on twitter and the media. Last month we also had Women and Girls in Science Day, championing full and equal access and participation for
I am delighted to be the first student invited to write a ‘Medically speaking’ blog post. My name is Samantha Mills, I am a BM6 student currently intercalating on the MMedSc programme. Over the past two years there have been
This is my first Medically Speaking blog as Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Advisor for Wessex Institute. I thought it would only be fitting to write about inclusion in the workplace and some of the work we have undertaken at Wessex