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Henrietta Dale 2016-Nov-23 Unequal, Unfair, Ineffective and Inefficient Gender Inequity in Health: Why it exists an...
Henrietta Dale 2016-Nov-15 Strategy on women's health and well-being in the WHO European Region
Henrietta Dale 2016-Nov-15 Women’s health and well-being in Europe: beyond the mortality advantage (2016)
arroyo_lidia 2016-Oct-25 Integrating and evaluating sex and gender in health research
arroyo_lidia 2016-Oct-25 Instructional design framework for the sex and gender-specific health multimedia case-base...
arroyo_lidia 2016-Oct-03 Considering sex as a biological variable in preclinical research
arroyo_lidia 2016-Oct-03 Equality need not be painful
arroyo_lidia 2016-Jul-28 Incorporating Sex As a Biological Variable in Neuropsychiatric Research: Where Are We Now...
arroyo_lidia 2016-Jul-13 Evaluating sex as a biological variable in preclinical research: the devil in the details
Laura Getz 2016-May-30 Consideration of Sex as a Biological Variable in NIH-funded Research
inekeklinge 2016-Feb-09 Mining for Methods A Critical Review of the Theoretical and Methodological Contributions o...
Henrietta Dale 2016-Jan-25 Sex Versus Gender-Related CharacteristicsWhich Predicts Outcome After Acute Coronary Syndr...
arroyo_lidia 2015-Dec-17 On menopause
arroyo_lidia 2015-Oct-09 Gender disparities in mental health
inekeklinge 2015-Oct-05 Sex and Gender in Stroke (Policy Brief)
inekeklinge 2015-Oct-05 Sex and Gender in Lung Cancer (Policy Brief)
inekeklinge 2015-Oct-05 Sex and Gender in Diabetes (Policy Brief)
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Agnes Wojtacki 2016-Aug-22 Gender-Sensitive Health Literacy A Future Concept for Public Health?
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arroyo_lidia 2016-Jul-13 Stanford Center for Women and Sex Differences in Medicine ( Stanford WSDM Center)
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arroyo_lidia 2015-Oct-05 10 Recommended Resources on Gender and Medicine