Papers

Gender and Immunization Abridged Report

This report seeks to document the ways and extent to which issues of gender equality are incorporated into policy dialogues, programme design and implementation of immunization services and related he

Author:
Cora Walsh, Nicola Jones
Document
01 Jul 2008

Gender and Immunization

This study builds on the results of that project and attempts to focus specifically on gender related barriers that may lie behind some of the well documented constraints to immunization coverage.

Author:
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute
Document
01 Nov 2010

Sex Specific Reporting of Scientific Research

The present report summarizes the presentations and discussions by the expert panelists. The first session focused on why sex-specific reporting is important. Panelists highlighted historical and curr

Author:
Theresa M. Wizemann
Document
01 Jan 2012

 

Building Momentum, Making the Case: World Hepatitis Summit 2015 meeting report

Global momentum is building towards greater investment in viral hepatitis control. The recent development of drugs which can cure the vast majority of hepatitis C infections has offered the hope of e

Author:
World Hepatitis Alliance
Document
02 Sep 2015

Global Policy Report on the Prevention and Control of Viral Hepatitis

Viral hepatitis is a group of infectious diseases that affects hundreds of millions of people worldwide, causing serious illness and death from acute hepatitis infection, liver cancer and liver cirrho

Author:
World Health Organisation
Document
01 Jan 2013

Sex and Gender Specific Medicine

Sex- and gender-specific healthcare is an important women’s health issue, and the US healthcare system often fails to meet women’s health care needs. Statistics generated by the 2001 IOM report “Explo

Author:
American Medical Women''s Association
Document
01 Dec 2013

Research Papers

Does prenatal care increase access to child immunization? Gender bias among children in India

This paper examines, using a rich family health survey data set from India. The paper finds evidence for the triggering effect of prenatal care on immunization only among rural boys, but the paper do

Author:
Jin Young Choi, Sang-Hyop Lee
Document
01 Jan 2006

Gendered Research and Innovation: Integrating Sex and Gender Analysis into the Research Process

The present paper focuses specifically on sex and gender issues with respect to the way research itself is designed, implemented, reported and applied. It refers to this as gendered research and innov

Author:
League of European Research Universities
Document
01 Sep 2015

Gender Matters: Differences and Change in Disability and Health Among Our Oldest Women and Men

This thesis investigates gender differences in health and how they have changed between 1992 and 2002 among very old people. It explores gender differences in the association between disability and

Author:
Pär Schön
Document
01 Jan 2011