There is a growing recognition of the poor reporting of sex and gender dimensions of research in academic journals, resulting in gender knowledge gap. To address this, the EASE Gender Policy Committee developed the Sex and Gender Equity in Research (SAGER) guidelines, which has been adopted by a number of journals and publishers and translated in several other languages.
This workshop, co-organised with GENDRO, presents the rationale for sex and gender considerations in research, provides an overview of the SAGER guidelines and offers concrete steps on how authors, reviewers and editors can improve gender reporting in scholarly research and publication.
Speaker: Dr Shirin Heidari, President, GENDRO and Founding chair EASE Gender Policy Committee
EASE Members – you can access the recording of this webinar in the Resource Library
Non-members – you can purchase the recording of this webinar from the EASE Shop
11 May 2021
Gender Policy Committee