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Video, 2 days

Gendered experiences of mesothelioma

Led by Dr Stephanie Ejegi-Memeh

The film

This short animation is based on research carried out by Dr Michaela Senek, Dr Steve Robertson, Dr Bethany Taylor, Professor Angela Tod and Dr Stephanie Ejegi-Memeh from the Health Sciences School. It outlines the differences experienced by male and female patients living with mesothelioma, a cancer caused by asbestos exposure. Their journey from diagnosis, through treatment to seeking compensation, can be influenced by gendered perceptions of healthcare and legal professionals.

Based on analysis of a large data set and qualitative interviews the animation explores some of the complexities around gender, age and occupational risk and the differences of gendered experiences.

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Related articles

If you would like to learn more about the research surrounding gender and the experiences of living with mesothelioma please read the articles available below.

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Project led by

Dr Stephenie Ejegi-Memeh

Division of Nursing and Midwifery, Health Sciences School

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