Professor Jane Dacre attended an Inquiry into Women in the Workplace at the House of Commons Business, Innovation and Skills Committee on Tuesday 20th November. She spoke on behalf of the Royal College of Physicians on her extensive research and knowledge on Women in Medicine.
Jane was the chair of a research steering group at the Royal College of Physicians on Women in Medicine in 2009 which highlighted the issues related to the increasing numbers of women entering medicine in the UK. This had extensive media and academic interest.
Video of Jane’s talk is available on the Houses of Parliament website.
Examples of her previous publications include:
- Dacre, J. E. We need female doctors at all levels and in all specialties. BMJ 2012 Apr 4;344:e2325. doi: 10.1136/bmj.e2325
- Dacre, J. E., & Shepherd, S. (2010). Women and medicine. Clinical Medicine, 10, 544-547.