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Biology of Sex Differences | Sex and Gender in Medical Education, and proceedings from the 2015 Sex and Gender Education Summit

Biology of Sex Differences | Sex and Gender in Medical Education, and proceedings from the 2015 Sex and Gender Education Summit
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Biology of Sex Differences

Sex and Gender in Medical Education, and proceedings from the 2015 Sex and Gender Education Summit

Proceedings

Publication of this supplement has not been supported by sponsorship. Information about the source of funding for publication charges can be found in the individual articles. The articles have undergone the journal's standard peer review process for supplements. Dr Miller was a co-organizer of the 2015 Sex and Gender Education Summit. Mayo Clinic was a sponsor of the summit. Dr Miller's research support is from the National Institutes of Health P50 AG44170. Dr Jenkins chaired the 2015 Sex and Gender Summit and Texas Tech Health Sciences Center's Laura W Bush Institute for Women's Health and its School of Medicine were sponsors of the summit.
Rochester, MN, USA
 
18-19 October 2015
Edited by Marjorie R Jenkins and Virginia M Miller.
  1. COMMENTARY

    Sex and Gender Medical Education Summit: a roadmap for curricular innovation

    The Sex and Gender Medical Education Summit: a roadmap for curricular innovation was a collaborative initiative of the American Medical Women's Association, Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health, Mayo Cli...
    Eliza L. Chin, Marley Hoggatt, Alyson J. McGregor, Mary K. Rojek, Kimberly Templeton, Robert Casanova, Wendy S. Klein, Virginia M. Miller and Marjorie Jenkins
    Biology of Sex Differences 2016 7(Suppl 1):52
    Published on: 14 October 2016
  2. COMMENTARY

    Workshop summaries from the 2015 Sex and Gender Medical Education Summit: utilization of sex and gender based medical education resources and creating student competencies

    Despite overwhelming evidence that sex and gender are critical factors in the delivery and practice of medicine, there is no unified sex- and gender-based medicine (SGBM) undergraduate medical education curric...
    Alyson J. McGregor, Ana Núñez, Rebecca Barron, Robert Casanova and Eliza Lo Chin
    Biology of Sex Differences 2016 7(Suppl 1):43
    Published on: 14 October 2016
  3. COMMENTARY

    Integrating topics of sex and gender into medical curricula—lessons from the international community

    In the era of individualized medicine, training future scientists and health-care providers in the principles of sex- and gender-based differences in health and disease is critical in order to optimize patient...
    Virginia M. Miller, Georgios Kararigas, Ute Seeland, Vera Regitz-Zagrosek, Karolina Kublickiene, Gillian Einstein, Robert Casanova and Marianne J. Legato
    Biology of Sex Differences 2016 7(Suppl 1):44
    Published on: 14 October 2016
  4. RESEARCH

    Sex and gender in medical education: a national student survey

    Gender- and sex-specific medicine is defined as the practice of medicine based on the understanding that biology (dictated by sex chromosomes) and social roles (gender) are important in and have implications f...
    Marjorie R. Jenkins, Alyssa Herrmann, Amanda Tashjian, Tina Ramineni, Rithika Ramakrishnan, Donna Raef, Tracy Rokas and John Shatzer
    Biology of Sex Differences 2016 7(Suppl 1):45
    Published on: 14 October 2016
  5. RESEARCH

    Evaluation of sex- and gender-based medicine training in post-graduate medical education: a cross-sectional survey study

    Addressing healthcare disparities is a national priority for initiatives in precision and individualized medicine. An essential component of precision medicine is the understanding that sex and gender influenc...
    Juliana M. Kling, Steven H. Rose, Lisa N. Kransdorf, Thomas R. Viggiano and Virginia M. Miller
    Biology of Sex Differences 2016 7(Suppl 1):38
    Published on: 14 October 2016
  6. REVIEW

    How to study the impact of sex and gender in medical research: a review of resources

    There is a growing appreciation by the biomedical community that studying the impact of sex and gender on health, aging, and disease will lead to improvements in human health. Sex- and gender-based comparisons...
    Alyson J. McGregor, Memoona Hasnain, Kathryn Sandberg, Mary F. Morrison, Michelle Berlin and Justina Trott
    Biology of Sex Differences 2016 7(Suppl 1):46
    Published on: 14 October 2016
  7. RESEARCH

    The science of sex and gender in human health: online courses to create a foundation for sex and gender accountability in biomedical research and treatment

    Sex and gender differences play a significant role in the course and outcome of conditions that affect specific organ systems in the human body. Research on differences in the effects of medical intervention h...
    Jennifer L. Plank-Bazinet, Annie Sampson, Leah R. Miller, Emmanuel O. Fadiran, Deborah Kallgren, Rajeev K. Agarwal, Whitney Barfield, Claudette E. Brooks, Lisa Begg, Amy C. Mistretta, Pamela E. Scott, Janine Austin Clayton and Terri L. Cornelison
    Biology of Sex Differences 2016 7(Suppl 1):47
    Published on: 14 October 2016
  8. COMMENTARY

    eGender—from e-Learning to e-Research: a web-based interactive knowledge-sharing platform for sex- and gender-specific medical education

    Sex and Gender Medicine is a novel discipline that provides equitable medical care for society and improves outcomes for both male and female patients. The integration of sex- and gender-specific knowledge int...
    Ute Seeland, Ahmad T. Nauman, Alissa Cornelis, Sabine Ludwig, Mathias Dunkel, Georgios Kararigas and Vera Regitz-Zagrosek
    Biology of Sex Differences 2016 7(Suppl 1):39
    Published on: 14 October 2016

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