Have we created an era of over-feminisation? Archived

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 Professor Jane Dacre (Director of Medical Education, University College London) looks at the question as to whether we are experiencing an 'over-feminisation' in medicine?  She charts the history of women's involvement from the 16th Century to the modern age, looks at the latest data, and talks about the response from both inside and outside the medical profession.

This lecture was filmed at an event called: "Medicine: Sexist or over-feminised?"

Date of Lecture: 1st November 2011.

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Mr George Fussey, Head of Tutoring at Eton College.

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Mr Joseph Fitchett, a student at Imperial College, London.

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Professor Michael Roberts, Respiratory Physician and Dean of Students at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry.

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