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100 years since the Representation of the People Act (1918):
Women in Medicine and #Suffragette100

When? Thursday 22nd February 2018 (10am-4:30pm) Come for half a day or stay the full day! All welcome.

Where? University of Edinburgh - Teaching Studio LG.07 (David Hume Tower building), George Square, Edinburgh EH8 9JX

Point of contact: Ewan McAndrew - Wikimedian in Residence at University of Edinburgh User:Stinglehammer,

Cost: Free

What do I need? Please bring a laptop as desktop computers will not be provided. You can also Create a Wikipedia account ahead of the event.

How do I sign up? Booking links are below.


You can book your place for morning or afternoon sessions (or attend both). If you are a student or member of staff at the University of Edinburgh please book using the links below:

If attending from outside the university then please book via Eventbrite using the links below.

About the event[edit]

Join us to celebrate the suffragettes, the lives & contributions of women in medicine and all the incredible women missing from Wikipedia!

The University's Information Services team will run a Wikipedia edit-a-thon focusing on improving the quality of articles about notable women; with a particular focus on the suffragette movement and women in medicine to celebrate the lives and contributions made since the Edinburgh Seven won the right to study medicine after the Surgeons' Hall riot and celebrating #100years since the Representation of the People Act 1918 first granted women the right to vote.

Have you ever wondered why the information in Wikipedia is extensive for some topics and scarce for others?
As of 15 January 2017 only about 17.39% of the English Wikipedia's biographies are about women. That means only 263,022 of our 1,512,528 biographies are about women. Not impressed?

Suffragettes Annie Kenney, Mary Blathwayt and Emmeline Pankhurst, Eagle House, Batheaston 1910
Join us this Innovative Learning Week as we help make Wikipedia better!
Flora Drummond at Meeting of Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) leaders, c.1906 - 1907
Dissected skull, Maison Tramond model, Paris, nineteenth century (24226156362)
Sophia Jex-Blake as a young woman

No prior knowledge is required. With guest speakers and plenty of refreshments to support you to improve Wikipedia’s coverage of medicine-related content, you’ll learn how to edit Wikipedia and participate in an open knowledge community. Refreshments provided.

Participants can attend the morning session, afternoon session or both and will be supported to develop articles of their choice related to notable women missing from Wikipedia. NB: Please bring a laptop along to the event or email me at if you require to borrow one for the event.

Programme for Thursday 22 February[edit]

  • 10am - 10:15am: Coffee and Tea
  • 10:15 am – 10:30 am: Housekeeping and Welcome from Alice White, Wikimedian in Residence at the Wellcome Library.
  • 10:30 am – 11:45am: Wikipedia training
  • 11:45am – 1:00 pm: EDIT!
  • 1:00 pm – 1:15 pm: Coffee and Tea.
  • 1:15 pm – 1:30 pm: Housekeeping and Welcome from our Guest Speaker (tbc)
  • 1:30 pm - 2:45 pm: Wikipedia training (for afternoon attendees).
  • 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm: EDIT!
  • 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm: Publish new content to Wikipedia and close of event.

How do I prepare?[edit]

Once you have registered to attend, there are a few things you can do to prepare before you attend:

  • Create a Wikipedia account
  • Learn about editing if you like: visit the Wiki Basics site for more information
  • Think about what article you would like to edit - you can even prepare some materials to bring with you on the day
  • Bring a laptop - the room being used has a monitor for each table but this will be used to project information on during the event.
  • Note, light refreshments will be provided (tea, coffee, juice, nibbles etc.)

Looking for ideas?[edit]

Articles to edit[edit]

Helpful updates could be as simple as: Making sure reference links are still appropriate and functional; Adding new inline citations/references; Adding a photo; Adding an infobox; Adding data to more fields in an existing infobox; Creating headings; Adding categories; etc.

The following is a small sample of topics to work on. Feel free to come up with your own ideas!

The hitlist[edit]

This section will be added to shortly and will feature the pages we are think are the best to work on.

University of Edinburgh. Staff Profile page. [20]University of Cambridge. Cambridge Institute of Public Health. Bradford Hill Seminar. [21]University of Edinburgh. Research Portal. [22]


The Eagle House suffragettes[edit]

Commemorating the suffragettes who each planted a tree in Annie's Arboretum following their release from prison after hunger strikes.

Scottish suffragettes in the Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women[edit]

Read more at:

Women in Medicine[edit]

University of Edinburgh. Staff Profile page. [305]University of Cambridge. Cambridge Institute of Public Health. Bradford Hill Seminar. [306]University of Edinburgh. Research Portal. [307]

As featured in the Royal College of Physicians exhibition[edit]

  • Sally Davies (doctor) - Page needs overhauled, additional sources for verification.
  • Margaret Turner-Warwick - page needs expanded and additional sources for verification.
  • Anna Batchelor - page to be created. [309][310][311][312]
  • Gillian Hanson - To be expanded, pic required.
  • Ruth Brown - page to be created.
  • Mary Sheila Christian - To be expanded, pic required.
  • Fiona Caldicott - needs additional sources, pic required.
  • Helen Boyle - quite good already, but more could probably be added.
  • Jane Dacre - 46th most influential person in the English NHS in 2015. More could definitely be added, pic required.
  • Sheila Sherlock - quite good already, but more could probably be added.
  • Anna Dominiczak - Pic and sources required.
  • Marion Gilchrist (doctor) - quite good already, but more could probably be added.
  • Judy Evans - Plastic surgeon. Page to be created.
  • Gertrude Herzfeld - surgeon. Infobox and pic required.
  • Flic Gabbay - Co-founder and first chairman of the Society for Pharmaceutical Medicine. Page to be created.
  • Cicely Saunders - English Anglican nurse, social worker, physician and writer. More inline citations required.
  • Fiona Godlee - Needs expanded and additional source for verification.
  • Jenny Higham - Could be expanded, made easier to read. Infobox and pic required.
  • Marie Stopes - British author, palaeobotanist and campaigner for eugenics and women's rights. Lead section to be rewritten for clarity.
  • Mary Horgan - Needs expanded, with infobox and a pic.
  • Dorothy Price - Irish physician who was key to the elimination of childhood tuberculosis in Ireland by introducing the BCG vaccine. Quite good already. Could more be added?
  • Asha Kasliwal is the president of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare. Page to be created. [313][314][315]
  • Anandibai Gopal Joshi - one of the earliest Indian female physicians. More sources required.
  • Parveen Kumar - British doctor who is currently Professor of Medicine and Education at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London. Pic required.
  • Jane Harriett Walker - English medical doctor who first implemented the open-air method of treating tuberculosis in England. Additional sources required.
  • Suzy Lishman is the President of the Royal College of Pathologists. Infobox and pic required. Article could be expanded.
  • Dorothy Russell - quite good already, but more could probably be added.
  • Ida Mann - Additional citations required.
  • Carrie MacEwen - President of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists in the UK and the head of the Ophthalmology Department at Dundee University's School of Medicine. Tiny article, could definitely be expanded and pic added.
  • Eilis McGovern - the first woman to be elected president of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Page to be created.
  • Emily Winifred Dickson - Irish doctor who was the first woman Fellow of any Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland or Great Britain. Quite good already, but can more be added?
  • Sheona Macleod - chair of the UK’s Conference of Postgraduate Medical Deans. Page to be created.[316][317][318][319][320]
  • Vicky Osgood - British obstetrician and medical educator. Short article, could be expanded. Infobox and pic required.
  • Clare Marx - the former President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England from July 2014 to July 2017, the first woman to hold the position. Infobox and pic required.
  • Eleanor Davies-Colley - British surgeon. Among the earliest women in the UK to pursue a career in surgery. Pic and infobox required.
  • Neena Modi - president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health since April 2015. Infobox and pic required. Could be expanded too.
  • June Lloyd - British paediatrician and a determined advocate for children’s health, instrumental in the establishment of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Good article already but can it be improved?
  • Ramani Moonesinghe - Consultant in anaesthetics and critical care medicine at University College London (UCL) Hospitals. Page to be created.
  • Katharine Lloyd-Williams - British anaesthetist, general practitioner and medical educator. Infobox and pic required. Could be expanded also.
  • Lesley Regan - Professor and Head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust at St Mary's Hospital. Short article, could be expanded. Pic and infobox required.
  • Hilda Lloyd - British physician and surgeon. She was the first woman to be elected (in 1949) as president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Short article, could be expanded. Pic and infobox required.
  • Wendy Reid - Health Education England’s first national medical director. Page to be created.[321][322][323][324]
  • Louisa Aldrich-Blake - one of the first British women to enter the world of medicine. Short article, could be expanded. Pic and infobox required.
  • Helen Stokes-Lampard - British medical academic and a general practitioner. She is Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). Pic required. Can article be added to?
  • Mollie McBride - studied medicine at the University of Liverpool, qualifying in 1954 as one of only nine women in a year of 100 students. Page to be created.[325]
  • Angela Thomas - director of heritage and a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. Page to be created.[326][327][328]
  • Isabella Pringle - the first female Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. Short article. Could be expanded.[329]
  • Joanna Wardlaw - Scottish physician, radiologist, and academic, specialising in neuroradiology and pathophysiology. Pic required.
  • Margaret Whitehead - holds the W.H. Duncan chair in Public Health at the University of Liverpool. Needs expanded, more secondary sources and a pic.
  • Rosemary Rue - British physician and civil servant. Needs more inline citations backing up content of the article. Infobox too.
  • Carol Black - Principal of Newnham College, Cambridge. B-class article already. Can it be improved?
  • Barbara Ansell - the founder of paediatric rheumatology. Infobox and pic required. Can more be added?


In addition[edit]

Health activists[edit]



Medical research[edit]





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Côte d’Ivoire[edit]



  • Marlein Miranda Cona Development of radiopharmaceuticals to detect and treat malignant tumors
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  • vana Pešić identification of urine proteins, renal disease
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South Africa[edit]

  • Nonhlanhla Dlamani African traditional medicine used in the treatment of Kaposi’s sarcoma
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Physicians, nurses and midwives[edit]

Redlist focusing on women in Nursing








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  • Christina Lindholm - internationally acclaimed professor of Clinical Nursing and world leading expert on wound healing. Currently senior professor of Sophiahemmet University in Sweden, former Director of Research at the Karolinska University Hospital. [373]




  • Janet Jennings (1842-1917), known as "the Angel of the Seneca" for her heroic works as a nurse during the Spanish-American War, [376]
  • Christiane Northrup (req. 2009-02-15) - American author and speaker; obstetrician and gynecologist; M.D. , Dartmouth College (1975); wrote The Wisdom of Menopause (revised, 2006) and Happiness in the Second Half of Your Life (2007); speaker on issues involving women's health and sexuality; [377]


See Redlist of Women in psychology.

Women's health topics[edit]

Talkpage templates for articles[edit]

  • If the woman was born before 1950 use: {{WikiProject Women's history}}
  • If the woman was born after 1950 use: {{WikiProject Women}}
  • Add to WikiProject Women's health: {{WikiProject Women's Health|class=|importance=}}
  • Add to WikiProject Medicine:{{WPMED|class=|importance=}}
  • There is scope to add pages to the category: Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

Lists of suggested or requested articles to create or improve can be added here. Please feel free to make your own suggestions.

UofE Innovative Learning Week 2015 editathon
UofE Innovative Learning Week 2015 editathon


Participants are also encouraged to make full use of the University of Edinburgh's extensive online resources, such as databases and e-journals, as well as any of their own research material that they may have access to.

Suggested sources:[edit]

News sources[edit]
Theses databases[edit]


Once you have signed up and created your Wikipedia account, why not add your username below? Don't worry about formatting if you aren't sure, we can help you on the day!


  1. Ewan McAndrew aka Stinglehammer

List of buildings to photograph[edit]

Did you know that a Wikipedia article with an image is around 20-30% more likely to be clicked on & read than one without an image attached?

Here are some notable locations in Edinburgh that could use some photographs to improve their visibility on Wikipedia. If you see these buildings, please stop to take a photo which can then be uploaded to Wikipedia during the editathon on a CC-0 or CC-BY-SA open licence.

An ad-hoc map of the following address can be found at Eoin (talk) 11:29, 17 February 2016 (GMT)

Address Historic Scotland Reference Listing Significance
3-6 Atholl Crescent 28260 A Second site of Edinburgh School of Cookery and Domestic Economy
2 Brandon Street 28341 B Site of Lilian Lindsay’s dental practice
16 Chambers Street 27991 B Site of Chambers Street Union, previously Edinburgh University Women’s Union
30 Chambers Street 27622 B Site of Medical College for Women
31 Chambers Street 27622 B Site of Edinburgh Dental Hospital and School when Lilian Lindsay matriculated.
5 Chester Street 28517 B Home of Sarah Mair and the Ladies' Edinburgh Debating Society
Court of Session, Parliament Square 27699 A
Crew Laboratory Building Unknown N/A Former site of Charlotte Auerbach's mutagenesis unit
1 Drummond Street 29795 B First site of Edinburgh Dental Dispensary
Dunfermline College of Physical Education N/A-RCAHMS N/A College for women trainee PE teachers, merged with Moray House
8 East Suffolk Road 30050 B Formerly Suffolk Halls of Residence
St. John's Hill N/A N/A Site of former Edinburgh School Board Day Industrial School

no wiki article found, Flora Stephenson wiki refers but includes building photo, ragged school wiki no direct ref Eoin (talk) 14:51, 17 February 2016 (GMT)

94 and 96 Spring Gardens 30200 C Former site of the Elsie Inglis Memorial Hospital Nurses' Home
175 Comely Bank Road 30045 N/A Flora Stevenson Primary School
3,5,7, George Square 28002 B Former site of the George Watson's Ladies College
11 George Square N/A-RCAHMS N/A Site of Elsie Inglis’s George Square Nursing Home; demolished in 1960s
31 George Square 50191 B Original site of Masson Hall; demolished in 1960s
54 George Square N/A-RCAHMS N/A Second site of Edinburgh University Women’s Union; demolished in 1960s
58 Great King Street 28965 A Final Edinburgh home of David Masson
6 Grove Street 28981 B Site of the Edinburgh Provident Dispensary for Women and Children
73 Grove Street N/A-NatArchives N/A Site of the Edinburgh Provident Dispensary for Women and Children
219 High Street 29047 A Site of Elsie Inglis’s Hospice
1 Inverleith Terrace 30186 B Base of Edinburgh Ladies Education Association
5 Lauriston Lane N/A-RCAHMS N/A Site of Edinburgh Dental Hospital and School when Lilian Lindsay matriculated
(8?) 10 Mill Lane 27822 N/A Site of Leith Hospital

Note: Current property information lists the Leith Hospital site at 8 Mill Lane, with the adjacent Fever Hospital site at 15 Mill Lane.

53 Lothian Street 30137 A First site of Edinburgh University Women’s Union
4 Manor Place 29300 B Site of Sophia Jex-Blake’s first practice
Moray House School of Education
13 Randolph Crescent 29601 A Home of Flora and Louisa Stevenson

2 Photos taken and uploaded to Wikimedia Commons by MaryHutchison on 18/02/16

10 Regent Terrace 49773 A Second Edinburgh home of David Masson
3 Rosebery Crescent 29658 C First Edinburgh home of David Masson
8 St. John Street 29729 B Moray House Hostel, for women trainee teachers
15 Shandwick Place 47728 C Base of Edinburgh Association for the University Education of Women

Photographed, uploaded and inserted in Eoin (talk) 11:29, 17 February 2016 (GMT)

25 Shandwick Place 30176 C First site of Edinburgh School of Cookery and Domestic Economy

Photographed and uploaded to File:25 Shandwick Place North view 01.png & File:25 Shandwick Place North East view.png Neither Historic Scotland ref left, nor mention the exact address. Image not inserted in article. Eoin (talk) 12:25, 17 February 2016 (GMT)

Sheriff Court, 27 Chambers Street 27981 N/A RCAHMS
2 South Lauder Road 30680 B Second site of Masson Hall
Surgeon's Hall, Nicolson Street 27772 A
High School Yards 28003 B Site of the old Surgeons' Hall and Surgeons' Square; site of Edinburgh School of Medicine for Women
8 Walker Street 29881 B Site of Elsie Inglis’s surgery
92 Whitehouse Loan N/A-NatArchives Site of Sophia Jex-Blake’s second surgery and later the Edinburgh Hospital and Dispensary for Women and Children (or Bruntsfield Hospital)
University of Edinburgh Archaeology Dept 27999 B Site of old Surgical Hospital 1832; site of old City Hospital for Infectious Diseases


Portrait of Frances Ivens
  1. Elsie Inglis (Spanish Wikipedia) - innovative Scottish doctor, suffragist, and founder of the Scottish Women's Hospitals.
  2. Angela Thomas - OBE, FRCPE, FRCPath is a consultant paediatric haematologist and director of the haemophilia centre, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.
  3. Prue Barron - surgeon, working at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh.
  4. Agnes Husband - one of Dundee's first female councillors and a suffragette. She was awarded Freedom of the City at the age of 74 and has been described as 'a pioneer in asserting the claims of women and their competence to participate in the administration of public affairs' and as 'a pioneer in more humane treatment of the poor and in education and care of children'.
  5. Arabella Scott - Scottish suffragette who endured five weeks of solitary confinement in Perth prison and force feeding twice a day.
  6. Anna Batchelor - Dr Anna Batchelor is a British consultant physician, best known for her work in intensive care medical education. She was the first female Dean of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine at the University of Sheffield between 2013 and 2016 and President of the Intensive Care Society from 2005 to 2007.
  7. Lila Clunas - a Scottish suffragette and Labour party councilor.
  8. Ramani Moonesinghe - is a Consultant in Anaesthetics and Critical Care Medicine at University College London (UCL) Hospitals. Dr Moonesinghe is Director of National Institute for Academic Anaesthesia (NIAA) Health Services Research Centre and Associate National Clinical Director for Elective Care for NHS England
  9. Alice Headwards-Hunter - the first woman to become a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. She spent her professional life in India, caring mainly for women and children. The Indian Government recognised her service by the award of the Kaiser-i-Hind medal.
  10. Frances Ivens - CBE, ChM, FRCOG was an obstetrician and gynaecologist who was the first woman appointed to a hospital consultant post in Liverpool. During the First World war she was Chief Medical Officer at The Scottish Women's Hospital at Royaumnont, north east of Paris. For her services to the French forces she was awarded the Légion d'honneur and the Croix de Guerre.
  11. Asha Kasliwal - President of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, also known as FSRH.
  12. Regi Claire - a Swiss-born novelist and short story writer, living and working in Scotland. Her native language is Swiss-German, but she writes in English, which is her fourth language.
  13. Dorothea Chalmers Smith - a pioneer doctor and a militant Scottish suffragette. She was imprisoned for eight months for breaking and entering, and attempted arson, where she went on hunger strike.
  14. Minnie Baldock - British suffragette. Along with Annie Kenney, she co-founded the first London branch of the Women's Social and Political Union. Baldock was arrested on 23 October 1906 for disorderly conduct during the opening of parliament. She received a sentence of two months in prison after refusing to be bound over.
    Suffragette Minnie Baldock 1909
  15. Elizabeth (Bessie) Watson (1900 - 1992) was a Scottish child Suffragette and piper.
  16. Cathie Sudlow - British neurologist. She is a professor of Neurology and Clinical Epidemiology and Head of the Centre for Medical Informatics at the Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics at the University of Edinburgh. She is the Chief Scientist of UK Biobank, and an honorary Consultant Neurologist in the Division of Clinical Neurosciences in Edinburgh.
  17. Sheona Macleod - Professor Sheona Macleod MB ChB, FRCGP, MMEd, FAoME, DOccMed, DCH, DRCOG is chair of the Conference of Postgraduate Medical Deans (COPMeD), lead for Health Education England’s deans, and the postgraduate medical dean in the East Midlands.
  18. Una Duval - a suffragette and marriage reformer. Page improved with an infobox.
  19. Louisa Stevenson - a Scottish campaigner for women's university education, women's suffrage and effective, well-organised nursing. Page improved with an infobox.
  20. Katharine de Mattos - Scottish author and journalist. She was the youngest daughter of Alan Stevenson and the sister of Robert Alan Mowbray Stevenson. Page improved with new Publications and Further Reading sections.

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