Public Talk in Cape Town 25th February

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On 25th February, Prof Alan Alperstein of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Cape Town will present a free public talk on ‘Feminisation of the Medical Profession’

Abstract : Over the last 20 years the demographics of our medical school has changed dramatically. Over 70% of first year students are female.  This has an impact on training and service delivery going into the future.  What obstacles does a female doctor encounter? What options are there for women in medicine?  Have we created a problem going forward?  These issues will be discussed and options offered.

Date:     Wednesday 25th February 2015
Time:    17h00 (Tea will be served from 16h30)
Place:    South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO) Auditorium, Observatory Road, Observatory*

*Directions to SAAO Auditorium : From the N2, turn off to the M57 – Liesbeek Parkway; turning in the direction of Cape Town and continue until the traffic lights with Hartleyvale (hockey and football) on your left. Turn right at traffic lights into Observatory Road, pass the River Club; the S A Astronomical Observatory is next on the left. Once through the security gates bear left following the SALT signs to the auditorium i.e. last building on the left (white with stoep & ramp).

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