San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Pre-Show Celebration | Post-Show Panel Conversation
December 3 | Saturday | Following the performance of ROZ & RAY
Historically and presently, in many parts of the world, women’s participation in the profession of medicine (as physicians or surgeons) and scientists has been significantly restricted.However, women’s informal practice of medicine in roles such as caregivers or as allied health professionals has been historically widespread. Why has this been the case? What is the temperature of women & medicine and science today?
Join us for a preshow celebration, raising a toast to the role of women in medicine and science today. Then, stick around for this epic post-show conversation hosted by the American Medical Women’s Association and its sister organization, Women In Bio as we break open a conversation centering on themes resonating in Karen Hartman’s medical drama Roz and Ray about hemophilia, HIV and the role of the medical and scientific professional to the patient and family.
The pre-show reception will begin at 6:30pm.
The play begins at 7:30pm and will end at 9:00pm.
The post show discussion begins at 9:00pm.
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When & Where
Women In Bio Chicago / AMWA Chicago
Women In Bio Mission:
Women In Bio is an organization of professionals committed to promoting careers, leadership, and entrepreneurship of women in the life sciences.
Women helping women to aim higher and reach further
WIB aims to help women achieve the highest levels of leadership, influence and decision-making that they desire.
As WIB grows its membership, its activities and its geographic spread, it is rapidly becoming a leading authority and organization for women in the life sciences.
WIB’s primary focus is to provide women-to-women mentorship and leadership support through all stages of career development
- from bench to boardroom
- from academia to industry
- from first job to last
- from idea to entrepreneur
The Chicago AMWA Consortium (CAC) mission is to benefit its members by providing positive avenues of communication, collaboration and guidance that help members to:
1. Enhance the recruitment, retention and promotion of women physicians and
2. Support the building, implementation and continued relevancy of women's health initiatives and health programs in medical organizations and beyond.
With these goals in mind, the Consortium works collectively to:
• Provide a forum for sharing with each other updates and successes of women's health programs and research being conducted in the Chicago area
• Serve as a resource for leaders and members of women's programs within each member practice and organization
• Invite speakers and individuals from inside and outside the medical community to provide training and perspectives on how to be a successful physician in today's changing healthcare environment