Challenging the "old boys' club" culture in medicine: Daphne Romney's independent report into sexism and harassment at the BMA.
Daphne Romney QC
Public Event Virtual Wellbeing Activity
Monday, 16 November 2020, 4pm to 5pm
The British Medical Association (BMA) commissioned Daphne Romney QC to produce a review after two doctors alleged sexism and sexual harassment by elected members of the BMA.
The independent report made recommendations to address gender bias and wider harassment in the BMA and sought to ‘focus attention within the BMA on the damaging elements of the discriminatory culture’. In this talk, Daphne Romney will share her findings and challenge us to learn from her work to focus our attention to prevent and mitigate bullying and harassment in the workplace. This talk is hosted by the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences and chaired by Professor Catherine Pope as part of our Better Workplace activity.
About the Speaker
Daphne Romney QC is a practicing Barrister at Cloisters, recognised as one of the leading practitioners in the field of equal pay and as a Leading QC in Employment and Discrimination Law by both Chambers Directory and Legal 500. She has been involved in substantial litigation for over 14 years, and has been appointed to the 2017 Panel conducting a major review of sex discrimination laws for the Fawcett Society, chaired by Dame Laura Cox. She was commissioned by the British Medical Association (BMA) to produce an independent review of sexism in the association in 2019.
This talk is hosted virtually by the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences and chaired by Professor Catherine Pope. It is open to members of Oxford University .
A few days after registering for the event you will receive an email with instructions on how to join.
Registration closes on Friday 13th November at 5pm.