Sex and gender in epidemiological research

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Sex and gender in epidemiological research

In this e-learning, you will learn the basics of sex- and gender-sensitive epidemiological research.

Note: The Amsterdam UMC Doctoral School is not the organizer of this course. You are therefore referred to the provider. 

More information and registration:
Sex and gender in epidemiological research | Review 360 (articulate.com)

Format:
e-learning

Study load:
2 - 3 hours

ECTS points:
0,1 ECTS

Short course description:

In this e-learning, you will learn the basics of sex- and gender-sensitive epidemiological research. Sex and gender differences in health are increasingly recognized in different research areas, and have gained significant attention over the last years. Nowadays, many funding organizations actually require researchers to consider sex and gender, and the implications these may have for their research, when applying for funding. 

This e-learning will take you through the entire research process, and teach you the basics on how to incorporate sex and gender in every step, from formulating a research question to writing up your results. First, you will learn how to define, critically reflect on, and discuss sex and gender. Next, you will learn how to conceptualize the role sex and gender may have in your research, how to measure sex and gender in new studies, or recognize sex and gender measures in existing epidemiological data. Finally, you will learn how to report on sex and gender.

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