Wed, 21 Oct|
Women In Medicine
Join us for an exclusive, small event and learn more about Women in Medicine at the Klinik Hirslanden in Zurich.
Date & Venue
21 Oct 2020, 17:30 – 21:00
Klinik Hirslanden, Witellikerstrasse 40, 8032 Zürich, Switzerland
About the event
!!! Additional tickets are on sale
This event has been planned at the beginning of the year for April, when the topic of ‘women in medicine’ wasn’t as hot as it is now. With the coronavirus pandemic raging through the world, we have become acutely aware of the important role women play on the frontlines of Covid-19 response. With the situation under control in Switzerland, we are happy to invite you for an exclusive, small event on this topic at the Klinik Hirslanden in Zurich.
It’s not a secret that medicine has historically been a boys’ club. Ask a child to draw ‘a doctor’ and ‘a nurse’ and chances are high that the nurse will be drawn as female and the doctor will be drawn as male... Times are changing however and more and more women enter the medical field, break the gender role stereotypes and lead therefore the way for the next generations. At the upcoming Lean In & Klinik Hirslanden event we will gain deep insights into their worlds and leave with a better understanding of the opportunities and challenges the sector offers. We will also hear about the hospital’s experience with the virus, the care standards in Switzerland and the preparations the sector takes to ensure we are ready for whatever the pandemic has in store for us.
Hand in hand with the increase of women in medical professions goes the raise of ‘gender medicine’, which starts from the vintage point that diseases can manifest differently in men and women and thus diagnosis, therapy and medication have to be gender-specific. Yet, many medical trials have so far been conducted exclusively with male subjects. What does that mean for women’s health? Is the coronavirus affecting men and women differently? Learn more at our next event.
Last but not least, thanks to the nutritional professionals at Klinik Hirslanden, we will get a crash course on how to eat smarter to stay healthy. We will put the theory into practice by enjoying the delicious apero entirely sponsored by Klinik Hirslanden.
17:30 – Door opens
18:00 – Welcome by Lean In Switzerland & Klinik Hirslanden
18:20 – ‘What’s your legacy?’ by Dr. med. Sacha Geier, Leitung Medizinisches System und Stv. Direktorin from Klinik Hirslanden
18:30 – A speech by Dr. med. Natalie Kuchen, Fachärztin für Chirurgie from Chirurgisches Zentrum Zürich, Klinik Hirslanden
!!!Talk is postponed to next event!!!18:40 – “Gender Medicine” – by Prof. Vera Regitz-Zagrosek, pioneer in Gender- Medicine, founder of the Gender Institute at Charité Berlin and currently visiting Professor at the University of Zurich
18:50 – “Ask away” – Q&A with the speakers
19:20 – “Eat your way to better health” – introduction to apero by Dr. med. Dr. phil Anna Erat, Fachärztin für Allgemeine Innere Medizin and Isabella Roth, Dipl. Ernährungsberaterin HF from Check-up Zentrum Hirslanden, Klinik Hirslanden
19:30 – Networking apero
21:00 – End of the event
Due to the coronavirus pandemic and in order to minimize risks and ensure safety measures, the event is limited to max 70 people, including the organizing teams and speakers. Please note that only pre-registered participants will be able to attend the event.
Wearing a mask is obligatory at the Klinik Hirslanden and we will make the masks available.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The Klinik Hirslanden is a modern private clinic in Zurich, which belongs to Hirslanden, the leading private clinic group in Switzerland. The modern infrastructure and the high standards of our medical staff and their colleagues are the foundation of the emphasis and philosophy on the well-being of our patients. Find out more here.
Dr. med. Sacha Geier | Dr. med. Natalie Kuchen | Prof. Vera Regitz-Zagrosek | Dr. med. Dr. phil Anna Erat
Online registration to Lean In Switzerland event "Women in Medicine"