Sex/Gender-responsive assessment scale for health research
Ignores sex & gender trends and needs. Sex and gender are excluded as a variable in research design and methodology
Acknowledges the differences in sex & gender trends and needs without inclusion of sex/gender in the research design
Acknowledges the differences in sex & gender trends and needs with inclusion of sex/gender in the research design
Adapted from: WHO gender mainstreaming manual for health managers: a practical approach. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2011
Note: “Sex/gender” refers to sex or gender, as these two terms are not synonymous (please see definitions). Depending on the research question, only sex or gender may be relevant. However in many cases both sex and gender should be analyzed.
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