- Gender Statistics Database
- Policy areaHealth
Practical examples of gender mainstreaming in health Ireland Women’s Health Council, 2007 – a guide to creating gender-sensitive health ...05 March 2015
- Web pageHealth
... play, including gender differences in behaviour that affects health, such as smoking. While women have a longer life expectancy than men, they spend less years living in good health. Due to a higher life expectancy and higher likelihood of facing health ...05 April 2020
- Good practiceHealth, Violence
... 4) Acknowledgement; and 5) Cooperation. Guidelines for health professionals Since FMG is often identified within the context of the National Health Service (NHS) and considering the practice involves risks to physical ...13 October 2016
The Department of Health is responsible for health systems and for improving the heatlh and wellbeing of the population. ...
... to the medical services and their quality and concerning health at the work place. ...
Health policy needs to adequately explore and address the combination of social ... biological sources of differences in women’s and men’s health. An understanding of the interaction between sex and gender in the ...18 December 2019
- Toolkit page
... of the COVID-19 pandemic is a painful reminder that health is one of humans’ most valuable resources, as well as an asset that keeps societies functioning. While the overall level of health and capacity of healthcare in the EU are among the best in the world, ...
- Toolkit page
... understood as one of a wide range of factors that shape the health outcomes of a population (Sen, Östlin, & George, 2007), especially in ... to life expectancy, exposure to risk factors and mental health issues (OECD/EU, 2018). These factors include the physical, social and ...
... affect the behaviour of women and men and their access to health services. Further information Health on EIGE's Gender Mainstreaming platform EIGE's Gender ...26 January 2017
- Statistical productViolence
- Policy cycleHealth
- Method/ToolHealth, Violence01 January 2008