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Title: Actions developed by the Brazilian Physiological Society to promote women's participation in science
Authors: MELLO-CARPES, Pamela B.ABREU, Alice Rangel de PaivaSTANISCUASKI, FernandaSOUZA, Mauren AssisCAMPAGNOLE-SANTOS, Maria JoseIRIGOYEN, Maria Claudia
Citation: ADVANCES IN PHYSIOLOGY EDUCATION, v.43, n.2, p.199-206, 2019
Abstract: Here we described two activities related to Women in Science: one main conference and one symposium, both developed during the Annual Congress of the Brazilian Physiological Society, which were held within the XXXIII Annual Meeting of the Federation of Brazilian Experimental Biology Societies, from September 3-6, 2018, in Campos do Jordao (SP/Brazil). This conference and the symposium were among the most popular activities of the congress. This is important because the activities addressed important issues, including the fact that only 29% of the worlds' researchers are women, and women have difficulty progressing in a scientific career. Our report discusses why and which strategies could change this reality. We believe this symposium has not only contributed to advance and bring insights to physiological sciences, but, more importantly, it inspired and motivated physiologists to think about gender balance and the contribution and participation of women in physiological science.
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