Talk @ SFU | Gender sensitivity and stereotype perception in medical university students: A preliminary analysis of an Italian sample
11.07.2022 h14:00-15:00 (english)
In Collaboration with Department of Medicine, University of Salerno
Focus: Gender medicine is critical to reducing health inequalities. Knowledge of students‘ attitudes and beliefs about men, women, and gender is important for improving gendered medicine courses. The purpose of this study is to assess gender stereotypes and its predictors in Italian medical students. We conducted an online study among students at the University of Salerno (Southern Italy) using the validated Nijmegen Gender Awareness Scale in Medicine to explore gender sensitivity and stereotypes. Focusing on gender awareness in medical schools can contribute to better care.
Free entrance! Hybrid!
Short Bio: Luna Carpinelli, Ph.D. Luna Carpinelli, Ph.D. Psychologist and cognitive-behavioral psychotherapist. E.M.D.R. therapist.
Currently, research fellow at the Department of Medicine, University of Salerno.
Her research interests are related to Clinical Developmental Psychology, with a focus on eating disorders, prevention of child sexual abuse, strategies for promoting personal well-being and empowerment.
Meeting-ID: 852 9945 1805
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