Any questions answered at this free session with revalidation experts
For many years, hysterectomy was widely relied on for both cure and prevention of female cancers.
In 1978, Louise Brown made history by being the first baby born after in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
For centuries, women were thought of as being at the mercy of their biology.
Join us for this free informal session on the process of doing a PhD.
We partner with Country Mile Comedy Club for a night of laughs on all things menstrual.
The Recruitment of British Nurse Superintendents to Philadelphia, 1870 – 1920.
Take a guided walk to learn more about the role of Edinburgh's local women during the World Wars.
In 1936 Marie Stopes argued that 'the "crises" of a woman's life had been much debated by male medical writers, and perhaps the most artificially created crisis had been her "change": the menopause.
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