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Cochrane & AHRQ International Women's Day Panel - Shared screen with speaker view
Tiffany Gust Duque
25:15
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Tiffany Gust Duque
25:40
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Tiffany Gust Duque
42:34
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Jeanne-Marie Guise
43:48
Hi everyone, Feel free to put any questions you might have for panelists in the chat. We have time and look forward to a rich group discussion.
Jill Huppert (she)
48:50
Do you have examples of the "micro-aggressions" between women? what should we look out for?
Shayesteh Jahanfar
53:29
Thank you. This was heartfelt and enjoyable.
Leslie Appiah
58:43
Examples of intra-gender micro-violence include “subtle putdowns”, “describing women as Queen Bee” when taking on leadership roles, suggesting that “younger women may not be up for the task” due to their desire for work-life balance”, “seeing women as competitors with the ‘zero sum’ mentality - if she succeeds, I will not’,” and thus pointing out and highlighting her short-comings.
Tiffany Gust Duque
01:00:08
Thanks Leslie, I also read something similar yesterday that the terms we use, unintentionally, undermine women vs. men - like Boss Lady, Momtreprenuer, MomBoss, etc. There is nothing similar for men.
Jill Huppert (she)
01:03:59
Good reminder Quyen. Even K awardees are less successful at getting an R award if they are female!
Shayesteh Jahanfar
01:04:09
Great presentation. We have a lot to do!
Shayesteh Jahanfar
01:05:01
Isha what is your story?
Htet Htet
01:07:34
Much obliged for interesting presentation. Would like to excuse for another commitment. Thank you.
Ella Flemyng
01:13:46
Thanks for organising such great talks - got to pop off now. Have thoroughly enjoyed it!
Leslie Appiah
01:17:44
I love that Anjali. We need to bring our femininity to the workplace and support each other in doing that.
Anjali Jain
01:18:29
Unapologetically!
Christine Chang
01:18:34
I agree. It's important that we examine our own perceptions to ensure that we are not perpetuating bias
Anjali Jain
01:20:26
similar to race and disability, making things better for marginalized groups makes things better for everyone, including men who are also very constrained by rigid ideas of who men and women should be and do and bring to the table
Leslie Appiah
01:20:49
Well said, Anjali and Christine.
Muriah Umoquit
01:21:12
Great session!I hope to see you at the networking event next: https://hopin.com/events/2nd-annual-international-women-s-day-event#schedule
Quyen Ngo-Metzger
01:21:21
Isha, thanks for a great reminder about the state of women in the developing world.
Leslie Appiah
01:22:59
Thank you to everyone for your participation and contributions.
Jennifer Mariano
01:23:02
Thank you so much!
Shayesteh Jahanfar
01:23:07
Thanks
Christine Chang
01:23:09
Thank you!