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Galvanising Gender Analysis and Practice in Health Systems

Published on 1 September 2016

Gender analysis is an important component of health systems research (HSR) as it reveals how power relations create inequalities in health system needs, experiences, and outcomes among women, men, and people of other genders. Various challenges must be overcome to successfully mainstream gender into health systems practice and research.

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Morgan, R. et al. (2016) Galvanising gender analysis and practice in health systems, Key Message Brief 4. Brighton: Future Health Systems.

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Linda Waldman

Director of Teaching and Learning

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Future Health Systems
authors
Morgan, R., Hawkins, K., George, A., Theobald, S., Molyneux, S. and Waldman, L.
journal
Future Health Systems Key Message Brief, issue 4
language
English

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