Reproductive Health Dialogue March 6th in Belfast

February 18, 2013


International Women’s Day Health Dialogue

The Irish Forum for Global Health and Medsin QUB  organised a health dialogue event on the topic of Reproductive Health on International Women’s Day, March 6th, 2013 in Belfast.

The event will took place at the Great Hall at Queen’s University Belfast exploring the topic Universal Access to Reproductive Health.

The following speakers were at the event:

Miss Sadia Malick MRCOG PGCert MedEd
An Honorary Lecturer Birmingham University, and a Locum Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust.

Maria Lohan
A Senior Lecturer in Health Sciences at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queen’s University Belfast where she specialises in research on men, masculinities, sexual health and reproduction. She has worked on research funded by the Department of Health (IRL) and the ESRC (UK) and is especially focussed on a programme of work on adolescent men and unintended pregnancy.

Ann Nolan
A PhD candidate at Trinity College Dublin whose research explores the impact of HIV/AIDS on sexual health policy in Ireland. Ann has much experience in this field after working for both global and local NGOs.

The event  included presentations by the speakers, workshops, and a discussion session around Universal Access to Reproductive Health, as well as the theme of this year’s International Women’s Day The Gender Agenda ; Gaining Momentum.


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