MarShield Celebrates Women in Medicine Month

MarShield is thrilled to join the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) and the American Medical Association (AMA) in celebrating Women in Medicine Month throughout September.

Women in Medicine Month serves to highlight the accomplishments and advocacy work of female physicians, as well as to shed light on health issues impacting female patients.

The theme for this year is Women in Medicine: Trailblazers, Advocates, and Leaders. Join us in honouring them by participating in events and by joining the conversation.

Webinar

A special webinar, “Power of the Pack – How to Support and Collaborate with Fellow Women to Improve Success” is being presented on September 30th.

Networking

Join the Women in Nuclear community on the SNMMI Connect forum to discuss issues that impact  women in the profession, to connect with fellow members and to share experiences. SNMMI Logo

Connect with SNMMI

Follow the SNMMI on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and join the discussion using the hashtags #WIMMonth and #WINM.

For more information on how to get involved in Women in Medicine Month, click here.


Established in 1979, MarShield lead radiation protection, storage and shielding products have been developed for the nuclear, medical, veterinary and dental markets, institutions engaged in scientific research, and for national defence.  MarShield designs and manufactures products for North American and international markets.

To discover more about our products contact the MarShield team at sales@marsmetal.com, call us (800) 381-5335 or visit our website www.marshield.com.

About the Author

Paul Rochus

Paul Rochus is the Business Development Executive and a Shielding Technician at MarShield Radiation Shielding since January 2019. Before his time at MarShield, Paul completed his Bachelors of Engineering from McMaster University in Engineering Physics with a focus on Nuclear Engineering and Energy Systems. At McMaster, Paul developed knowledge in radiation safety and interaction of radiation with matter, as well as nuclear reactor design and analysis.