Women in Healthcare: Breaking the Bias

Women in healthcare, particularly culturally diverse women, often struggle with career advancement due to lack of tools, resources or support.

By becoming aware of their own biases, people and organisations can change their approach to champion diverse women in their career journey. Diversity is associated with innovation, increased productivity, improved accuracy in risk assessment and with improved patient health outcomes.

In this panel discussion from “The Link”, we will hear from healthcare leaders who will discuss struggles relating to their culturally diverse backgrounds, and potential strategies to navigate these hurdles. We will also hear from a male healthcare leader who is a strong advocate for women in health leadership.

Join moderator, Associate Professor Dipti Talaulikar, and the panel, Dr Marrwah AhmadzaiDr Sandra KrishnanAssociate Professor Anna Olsen and Associate Professor Sanjaya Senanayake as they discuss their experiences and learnings.

A global call out for a blog to amplify untold stories of diverse women in healthcare will go live following the panel discussion.