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We are delighted to announce that the Radcliffe Department of Medicine has been awarded an Athena Swan Silver award.

Logo of the Anetha Swan Silver Award

Prof Hugh Watkins, Head of the RDM, said that "...this is hugely welcome news and I am indebted to everyone for their efforts ...... I look foward to achieving further progress". The Silver application is available on the RDM website and it includes the Silver Action plan which we have been, and will continue to, implement.

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