WHO adopts SAGER Guidelines

WHO’s adoption of SAGER guidelines and GATHER: setting standards for better science with sex and gender in mind

A growing awareness of sex and gender bias in evidence has spurred the development of numerous tools to address this concern. The Sex and Gender Equity in Research (SAGER) guidelines and the Guidelines for Accurate and Transparent Health Estimates Reporting (GATHER) stand out as noteworthy initiatives, designed to foster more transparent research and reporting practices that bridge the gender evidence gap. These tools enable researchers to unravel the complexities that underlie health risks and outcomes and generate more accurate and relevant findings that can inform effective and equitable policies and interventions for better health outcomes.

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