Sex and gender based analysis (SGBA) is an important aspect of research. Listed below are resources available to aid in the understanding of SGBA, and explain or demonstrate how to best incorporate an SGBA lens into research. Check back frequently as new resources are always being added. We welcome suggestions about new resources that might be a good fit for our library too! Let us know what we could add by emailing our Director of Operations & Strategic Initiatives.
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- Read our blog post on SGBA research in Canada
- Read our blog post for a summary of excellent resources
- Read our blog post about the importance of sex differences
- Consideration of sex as a biological variable in diabetes research across twenty years (submitted, Biology of Sex Differences)
- Are we moving the dial? Canadian health research funding trends for women’s health, 2S/LGBTQ + health, sex, or gender considerations (2023, Biology of Sex Differences)
- An analysis of neuroscience and psychiatry papers published from 2009 and 2019 outlines opportunities for increasing discovery of sex differences (2022, Nature Communications)
- Gender-based Analysis Plus (GBA+)
- Integrating Sex & Gender in Health Research
- The CGSHE Gender and Sex in Methods and Measures Research Equity Toolkit addresses the pervasive erasure in research of people who are marginalized and minoritized on the basis of their genders and sexes.
- Gender inclusivity in women’s health research article