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Michael Freeman

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780199545520

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2009

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199545520.001.0001

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Gender Inequities in Health Research: An Australian Perspective

Gender Inequities in Health Research: An Australian Perspective

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(p.409) 22 Gender Inequities in Health Research: An Australian Perspective
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Law and Bioethics
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Belinda Bennett

Isabel Karpin

Angela Ballantyne

Wendy Rogers

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso:acprof/9780199545520.003.0022

This chapter presents the current challenges facing legislators, regulators, researchers, and ethics committees in determining how and when to include women appropriately in research, and ensure that sex analysis of research results is routinely performed. It offers five issues that require attention to address these challenges: that national regulatory statements could provide researchers with definitions of the terms ‘sex’ , ‘gender’, and ‘gender equity’ in research; that sex and gender analysis should be built into health research protocols; the lack of internationally comparable data regarding the rates of inclusion of men and women presents a major hurdle for analysing the efficacy of different regulatory strategies; the accessibility of data would be facilitated by a requirement for publication of the results of health research to include descriptions of sex analysis performed on research data; and that institutional review boards, research ethics committees, and researchers themselves require better education about the scientific and ethical importance of including of women in clinical research.

Keywords:   sex, gender, inequality, health research, Australia, gender difference, difference, regulation

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