An event which will discuss the first female medical graduates of an Aberdeen university is to take place.
The latest talk to be held by Cafe MED, run by Aberdeen University, aims to bring the public, researchers and clinicians together.
In 1900, the first female doctor graduated from Aberdeen University, whereas in 2017 58% of medicine graduates in the UK were female.
Speakers include third-year students Rosannah Jackson and Claire Repper, Professor Rona Patey, director of the Institute of Education for Medical and Dental Sciences and Dr Stephen Lynch, president of Aberdeen Medico-Chirurgical Society.
Discussions will include the changing medical student population and the careers of the first five female graduates, and whether the issues they faced are relevant today.
It will be held at the Suttie Centre on Foresterhill from 6pm until 7.30pm tomorrow.
Tickets for Cafe MED are free, with no previous booking required.