About this Research Topic
This Research Topic will focus on exploring what works in terms of rectifying sex and gender disparities in health and disease outcomes. We are interested in interdisciplinary approaches related to research and/or program implementation.
- How have research, programs, interventions and/or policy effectively: addressed inequitable sex or gender differences; promoted gender transformative change; challenged inequitable gender norms, roles, and relations; advocated for the inclusion of sex differences?
- What lessons have been learned and what steps need to be taken to enact future change within research, programing and policy?
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We would like to acknowledge Vicha Adri who has acted as coordinator and contributed to the preparation of the proposal for this Research Topic.
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Keywords: sex differences, gender, health, disease, implementation, health disparities
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