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Unconscious bias in contraceptive counselling

Unconscious bias in contraceptive counselling

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June 30th 2021 | 7.00pm - 8.30pm

Description

This free to attend webinar is part of the “Women’s Health Matters” Medical Educational programme which aims to inspire, update and support healthcare professionals with an interest in women’s health.

 

A letter of attendance of medical education will be available for attendees completing the webinar.

 

Learning objectives

 

  • The effect bias can have in clinical practice
  • Defining what exactly unconscious bias is
  • Recognising bias in a digital world

Speakers

Dr Jane Davis

 

GP with a special interest in women’s health NHS South West

Dr Jane Davis

Jane is a GP with a special interest in women’s health whose current roles include Coil trainer, Clinical Skills Tutor, University of Plymouth & Speciality Dr for Brook Young People, Cornwall. Appearing on TV, as the public face of the PCWHF “Rock my Menopause” campaign. A feminist writer and medical educationalist.

 

Mrs Rebecca Lawday

 

Consultant Forensic Psychologist, HCPC Registered Practitioner Psychologist

Rebecca Lawday

Rebecca Lawday is a Consultant Forensic Psychologist with Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, where she is associate to the Medical Director, acting as Named Professional for safeguarding children and adults. Rebecca was the lead psychologist for medium secure women’s services at the East Midlands Centre for Forensic Mental Health for 15 years, moving into independent practice two years ago as Director at Lawday Psychology Consulting Ltd.

 

Rebecca also holds an honorary position as (Consultant) Assistant Professor with the University of Nottingham, School of Medicine, with whom she collaborates on applied research and coordinating the supervision of forensic psychology doctoral trainees. Previous roles include psychologist in the high secure prison estate, community adult, older adult and with CAMHS. Her areas of special interest include complex trauma / personality disorder, family violence, women’s offending and mental health, and the relationship between mental and physical health, especially as it pertains to self-injury.

 

Rebecca has consulted to health and social care in respect of Confirmation Bias and the implications for safeguarding children and adults at risk, and is interested to join the conversation about how unconscious bias might also have implications for women’s choice in respect of their reproductive health.

 

Dr Farah Chaudhry

 

Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health in Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust

Dr Farah Chaudhry

Dr Farah Chaudhry returned home to Yorkshire having studied in Cambridge and completing her training in London. She worked as a GP in Leeds for 10 years with an interest in Women’s Health which subsequently evolved into a full-time career in SRH. Farah has had a varied career and has worked as Consultant SRH and Contraceptive lead at Salford Royal, Bradford & Kirklees Sexual Health services.

 

Farah is delighted to now be working as Consultant SRH for Leeds Sexual Health and Surgeon for Leeds BPAS, in her home-town.

 

Throughout her practice, Farah has maintained an interest and passion for training and development. She has been CEU Guideline Fellow, Joint Faculty Regional Training Advisor for Yorkshire & Humber, General Training Programme Director, MFSRH Examiner, SAS Tutor and CESR Evaluator for the FSRH. Farah is a busy parent to 3 lovely daughters who are a constant reminder of the important things in life.

 

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June 30th 2021 | 7.00pm - 8.30pm

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