Part 1: Sex and Gender in Medicines Regulation

Will focus on current medical regulation, clinical trials, legislation, GCP guidelines, healthcare and research policies and how these must be changed to implement sex and gender aspects. The policy briefs on 5 major disease areas will be used as background information providing practical examples of sex and gender differences.


Part 2: Sex and Gender in Medical Education

Will focus on medical education teaching programmes and materials. The ways in which sex and gender influence the health and well-being of patients must be part of future medical and health professional training. Teaching materials already exist and example of these materials will be presented during this workshop.


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