Athena SWAN work starts with analysis of gender-related departmental statistics and lives through actions addressing any challenges encountered. Mentorship and outreach programmes, flexible working options and career development initiatives are among the examples of Athena SWAN at WMS which help to support and develop staff and students.
Examples of male and female individuals working at WMS to whom the positive impact of Athena SWAN actions have made a difference.
Our Welfare Strategy Group is comprised of staff and students. Together we are united in driving efforts to ensure WMS supports its talented community.
Through Athena Swan, the Pulse staff survey and other initiatives, we aim to advance the representation of women in science and medicine.
Our Welfare Strategy Group relies on surveys and focus groups to inform its agenda and ensure broad and diverse representation of opinions and interests in the department.