Incorporating sex, gender and vulnerable populations in a large multisite health research programme: the Ontario Pharmacy Evidence Network as a case study
sex, gender, pharmacy practice research, research collaboration
Funders now frequently require that sex and gender be considered in research programmes, but provide little guidance about how this can be accomplished, especially in large research programmes. The purpose of this study is to present and evaluate a model for promoting sex- and gender-based analysis (SGBA) in a large health service research programme, the Ontario Pharmacy Evidence Network (OPEN).
Cooke, Martin, Nancy Waite, Katie Cook, Emily Milne, Feng Chang, Lisa McCarthy and Beth Sproule. 2017. "Incorporating Sex, Gender and Vulnerable Populations in a Large Multisite Health Research Programme: The Ontario Pharmacy Evidence Network as a Case Study." Health Research Policy and Systems 15:20. doi:10.1186/s12961-017-0182-z.
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