Cassandra Phoenix

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  • More than words

    We've probably all found ourselves in the situation at some time or another... We're part way into a sentence - maybe during a lecture, a conference presentation, or just conversation with our colleagues - and find ourselves unsure of what...

  • All you need to know about our E&D committee (in a bite-size blog!)

    Have you ever wondered what we're currently discussing at our Department for Health Equality & Diversity committee meetings? Well, wonder no more and take a read of our Action Notes from Equality and Diversity Meeting 24.10.17 A key development with our...

  • An Update from the Equality & Diversity Committee

    It's been a while, right? Blogging is one of those tasks that sits optimistically at the bottom of your to-do list. Working to ensure that diversity and inclusivity is supported and celebrated in day to day business within the Department...

  • Why gender equality is good for everyone ... men included.

    It's been a while since we've posted on the DfH E&D blog. There has been so much going on behind the scenes in relation to our E&D vision ... More about this very soon, so stay tuned! In the meantime,...

  • Become a Soapbox Scientist!

    We are currently recruiting speakers for our Soapbox Science Bristol Summer 2017 event. We would like to ask if any of your would be interested being a Soapbox Scientist this summer, in Bristol. If so, we would love to hear...

  • January's Top 5 Countdown

    In true Top-Of-The-Pops style, here is this months countdown on what's been rocking the Equality and Diversity charts this month (the Athena SWAN genre): Non-mover at number FIVE is the BMJ research paper confirming our suspicions that gender equity programmes have the potential...

  • Actions Speak Louder than Words

    The process of applying for the Bronze Athena Swan award provided us with an opportunity to identify key areas where we would like to see change within our department. On the surface, these can be interpreted as actions exclusively orientated...