These interactive modules are designed to help researchers and peer reviewers account for and appropriately assess the integration of sex and gender across multiple areas of health research.
There are three different courses to choose from: 1. Sex and Gender in Biomedical Research; 2. Sex and Gender in Primary Data Collection with Human Participants; 3. Sex and Gender in the Analysis of Secondary Data from Human Participants.
The CDTRP endorses that all investigators – whether early or not-so-early-career – take the (free!) Sex and Gender Training Modules to better their research and include one of the cross-cutting priorities in research.
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For more on Sex and Gender in Transplantation Research, watch our Webinars by Dr. Anette Melk and Dr. Bethany J. Foster here.