Chi Eziefula is a medical doctor who combines hands-on clinical care with academic research in global health. She talks about gender inequity when it comes to medicine and health, and describes her work on menstrual health, bringing together a cross-cultural, cross-disciplinary group of amazing women scientists from Sudan, Uganda, Kenya and the UK.
The team looks at how menstrual health is key to human rights issues around poverty, equity, health and education, and at how awareness is growing around environmental sustainability when it comes to menstruation, making it a whole community issue that is crucial to our thriving.
Chi works at Brighton and Sussex Medical School and she is Co-Director of the Centre of Cultures of Reproduction, Technologies and Health (CORTH) at the University of Sussex.
Where: Founders Room East
When: 12:45pm – 1:30pm
Entry: Suggested donation £5
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Booking: Spaces are limited and are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please register on the day with a BWC volunteer outside the room where the workshop will take place.
*Our women only spaces at IWD are open to ALL self-identifying women.