Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Commitments for advancing women in medicine This content relates to the following topics: Equality and diversity Part of Women in medicine Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Saturday 07 March 2015 At our summit in January 2015, we asked people what they would do to help advance women in medicine and to record their pledge on our commitment wall. Here's what they wrote:The advancing women in medicine commitment wallDr Nikita Kanani: "Talk about values-based female leadership and bring many along with me"Dr Binita Kane: "Develop leadership training in my trust"Vijaya Nath: "Find, support and develop women doctors"Sarah Massie: "Coach and mentor women leaders"Elizabeth Ball: "Get every member of staff in my trust to say 'hello, my name is...'"Dr Kath Higgins: "Continue to develop a supportive network for women doctors"Harika Basharan: "I think I will do something about that... to compassionate leaders"Dr Henrietta Bowden-Jones: "Increase membership of Medical Women's Federation and promote members' careers"Dr Charlotte Warren-Gash: "Actively seek out opportunities to mentor/support more junior women in academia"Dr Katy Petty-Saphon: "Identify issues limiting women's progress and address them"Nicola Hartley: Personally champion the need for more women leadersBarbara Buckley: "Invest now for the future"Dr Kate Granger: "Continue to promote #hellomynameis and focus on role of women in leading individual campaigns"Dr Carolyn Johnston: "Thank my role models in person and be a role model for others"Amile Inusa: "Encourage my student peers and colleagues to make inclusive leadership a priority"Dr Olivia Jagger: "Support female medical students and junior doctors to see themselves as leaders"Dr Alys Cole-KIng: "Support women to build resilience and resourcefulness"Dr Reena Aggarwal: "Promote difference in choices and career paths as positive"Attendees of the advancing women in medicine summitSee more on women in medicine You may also be interested in Blog Passion with no end: where next for our diversity and inclusion work? In the third and final blog in the series on our collaborative research about working on diversity and inclusion in the Fund, Sue Hills and Shilpa Ross share how the experiences of the research process and the findings are shaping how we continue this work. Blog Getting personal: why stories matter In the second blog in the series about our collaborative research on working on diversity and inclusion in the Fund, members of the research group share how participating in this research has created a sense of community and changed their individual and collective relationships with each other. Blog Emotion, labour and the risks of speaking out: diversity and inclusion within The King’s Fund Kiran Chauhan and Deborah Fenney share the findings of a collaborative research project into The King’s Fund’s own work on diversity and inclusion over the past decade. Audio Covid-19, racism and the roots of health inequality How is Covid-19 repeating patterns of existing health inequalities? What factors are driving the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on the health of ethnic minority populations? Helen McKenna sits down with Natalie Creary from Black Thrive and James Nazroo from the University of Manchester.