Endorse the SAGER Guidelines

We encourage all those involved in scientific academic journals, and  communication and explanation of science and scientific achievement including specialised publications, funders and broadcasters to endorse the SAGER guidelines. It is not obligatory to be a member of EASE to do this, although we encourage you to consider the benefits of active membership to your work.

Complete the following form to notify EASE that you, as an individual, your journal or your organisation, have endorsed the SAGER guidelines.

  • If signing on behalf of a journal or organisation, we ask that you are authorised to do so.
  • For journals, we ask you to confirm that the journal includes information on sex and gender reporting in its Information for Authors, and to provide a link to the webpage which indicates where the journal endorses SAGER or at least the principles of sex and gender equity in research.
  • For an organisation, we ask you to provide a link to the relevant webpage which indicates that your organisation endorses SAGER or at least the principles of sex and gender equity in research.

    Please sign here to endorse the SAGER guidelines.


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    Only sign if you are authorised to do so and can confirm that the journal includes information on sex and gender reporting in its information for authors, and provide a link to an Information for authors page which indicates where the journal endorses SAGER or at least the principles of sex and gender equity in research.

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    Only sign if you are authorised to do so and can provide a link to the relevant web page which indicates where the organisation endorses SAGER or at least the principles of sex and gender equity in research.

    You may endorse on behalf of an academic unit, e.g. a department within a university, provided you can fulfil the criteria above.

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    List of endorsers

    The following individuals, journals and organisations have endorsed the SAGER Guidelines since they were launched in 2016.

    • March 2022
    • October 2021
    • June 2021
      • Professor Maria Ospina
      • Other Fernanda Pereira Sartori Falguera
    • May 2021
      • Dr Ana Jiménez Rivero
      • Ms Carmen Sant Fruchtman
      • Dr Patricia Silveyra
      • Ms Linda McPhee
      • Professor Angela Maas
      • Dr Kate Sotejeff-Wilson
    • April 2021
    • March 2021
    • October 2020
    • February 2020
      • Ho Manh Toan, Phenikaa University
    • November 2019
      • Marc Jacquinet, Universidade Aberta, Portugal
    • August 2019
      • Meztli Neyda Cruz Dávila, Cecype
    • December 2018
      • Monica R M R Vianna, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul
    • October 2018
      • Pérennou, Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
      • J. Marie Celine Schulte, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
      • Rebat Kumar Dhakal, Journal of Education and Research Kathmandu University School of Education, Nepal
      • Prof. Muditha Vidanapathirana, Medico-legal Journal of Sri Lanka
    • September 2018
      • Saraswoti Neupane, Nepal Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology
      • Ali Msabawy, Nottingham Trent University
      • Mohamed, Bosaso General Hospital
      • Riad Khalil, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria Univerisity
      • Roberto Campos Leoni, Agulhas Negras Military Academy
      • Erik Efrain Sosa Dura, Revista del Hospital Juárez dé México
      • Haimanot Atinkut Bazezew, Elsevier
      • Khin maung Myint, University of Medicine,Mandalay.
      • Samiah Alam, Dalhousie University
      • Charon A Pierson, COPE Secretary, Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
    • June 2018
      • Vivienne C. Bachelet, Medwave
    • May 2018
      • Hung t Dang
    • April 2018
      • Lidiane Tavares Medeiros, Universidade do Estado do Amazonas
    • March 2018
      • Pavel Ovseiko, University of Oxford; Health Research Policy and Systems
    • December 2017
      • Mona Loutfy, Women’s College Hospital
    • September 2017
      • Leila Posenato Garcia, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada – Ipea
      • Leila Posenato Garcia, Epidemiologia e Serviços de Saúde: revista do Sistema Único de Saúde do Brasil
    • August 2017
      • Josephine E. Sciortino, Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada
    • March 2017
    • February 2017
      • Jennifer Petkovic, Campbell and Cochrane Equity Methods Group
      • Vivian Welch, Campbell and Cochrane Equity Methods Group
    • January 2017
      • Marina Rizzo, A.O. Ospedali Riuniti “Villa Sofia- Cervello”
    • December 2016
      • Catherine Cavalin, Centre for European Studies (Sciences Po, Paris)
      • Magda Luz Atrián Salazar, Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliotecológicas y de Información, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
      • Antonietta Filia, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
      • Wayne Koff, Human Vaccines Project
      • Louise Howard, King’s College London
      • Eurosurveillance, Eurosurveillance
    • November 2016
      • Janet Jull, Integrated Knowledge Translation Research Network, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
      • Jennifer Zelmer, Healthcare Policy – Politiques en santé
      • Jhony Alberto de la Cruz Vargas, Revista de la Facultad de Medicina Humana, URP.
      • Carolyn Williamson, University of Cape Town
      • Patricia Aranda, región y sociedad
      • Lynn Morris, NICD
      • Cameron Neylon, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University
      • Quarraisha Abdool Karim, CAPRISA
      • Renata Solimini, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
      • Sabrina Rossi, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
      • Aitziber Benito, Vasque Goberment
      • Paola Scardetta, Istituto Superiore di sanità
      • Marcella Corsi, Italian Economic Journal
      • Paola Tatarelli, IRCCS San-Martino IST, University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy
      • Antonella Lattanzi, National Health Institute ISS – Italy
      • Papa Salif Sow, JIAS
      • Rossella Bedini, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
      • Shaun Mellors, International HIV/AIDS Alliance
      • Gianfranco Donelli, Advances in Microbiology,Infectious Diseases and Public Health Editor in Chief – Advances in Microbiology,Infectious Diseases and Public Health
      • Luisa Accardi, Istituto superiore di sanità, Rome
      • Raffaella Bucciardini, istituto superiore di sanità
      • Zaira Maroccia, Istituto Superiore di Sanità – Italy
      • Rosanna Mancinelli, Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Roma (Italy)
      • Alice Josephine Fauci, Istituto Superiore di sanità
      • Remedios Melero, CSIC
      • Luisa Valvo, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
      • Fortunato D’Ancona, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
      • Flavia Barone, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
      • Marina Viora, ISS
    • October 2016
      • Herve Maisonneuve, La Presse Médicale
      • Barbara Caccia, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
      • Ann Zeuner, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
      • Enrico ALLEVA, ISS, Rome
      • Elena Ortona, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
      • Francesca Aloisi, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
      • Arjan K S Polderman, Pharmaceutisch Weekblad
      • Yvonne Gilleece, Brighton & Sussex Unversity Hospitals NHS Trust
      • Executive Council of Organization for the Study of, Organization for the Study of Sex Differences
      • Fredrik Bondestam, Swedish Secretariat for Gender Research
      • Bernard Kadasia, Alliance for Health Promotion
      • Gloria Careaga, Fundacion Arcoiris. Mexico
      • Gretchen Neigh, Virginia Commonwealth University
      • E. Tyler Crone, ATHENA
      • Hosanna Bankhead, Sager
      • Anne Bindslev, Co-Action Publishing
      • Lena Levin, VTI (The Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute)
      • Toshiko kamo, Institute of Women’s Health, Tokyo Women’s Medical University
      • Jill Lewis, Hampshire College, Amherst
      • Jane Anderson, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
      • Sophie strachan, The Sophia Forum
      • Alice Welbourn, Salamander Trust
      • Paul Volberding, JAIDS, University of California San Francisco
      • Miranda Olff, European Journal of Psychotraumatology
      • Claire Somerville, Gender Centre IHEID Geneva
      • Jill Gay, What Works Association
      • Navid Madani, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
      • Srecko Gajovic, Croatian Medical Journal
      • Carlos Alvarez-dardet, gaceta sanitaria
      • Ines Steffens, ECDC
      • Cindy Moriarty, Health Canada, Government of Canada
      • Cara Tannenbaum, Institute of Gender and Health, Canada
      • Thomas F. Babor, PhD, MPH, Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs University of Connecticut School of Medicine
      • Mersiha Mahmic-Kaknjo, Zenica Cantonal Hospital
      • Maria Halkias, Reproductive Health Matters
      • Paul Osborn, Médiateurs/DoingWedges
      • Curt Estimate, Global Society of Website Testers
      • Judith
      • Djibril Ibrahim Moussa, Heidelberg University
    • September 2016
      • Petter Oscarson, Oikos Editorial Office
      • Ravi Murugesan, AuthorAID at INASP
      • Ineke Klinge, H2020 Advisory Group for Gender, chair
      • Ravi Murugesan, AuthorAID at INASP
      • Prof Donna Stewart Cm, MD, FRCPC, University of Toronto
      • Gillian Einstein, University of Toronto
      • Sera Tort, Cochrane
      • Shirin Heidari, Shirin Heidari
      • Sylvia Groth, Women´s Health Activist, Graz, Austria
      • Hrvoje Jakovac, Medical faculty of Rijeka
      • Rhianna Goozee, European Science Editing
      • Laurence Mabile, Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III
      • Ana Marusic, Journal of Global Health
      • Elise Langdon-Neuner, European Science Editing
      • Shirin Heidari, Reproductive Health Matters
      • Ksenija Bazdaric, School of Medicine, Rijeka University, Rijeka, Croatia