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Med Teach. 2018 Jul 28:1-5. doi: 10.1080/0142159X.2018.1483579. [Epub ahead of print]

Approaches to considering sex and gender in continuous professional development for health and social care professionals: An emerging paradigm.

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  • 1a Université Laval Primary Care Research Centre (CERSSPL-UL) , Quebec City , QC , Canada.
  • 2b Faculty of Medicine , Université Laval , Quebec City , QC , Canada.
  • 3c Institute for Women, Societies, Equality and Equity , Université Laval , Quebec City , QC , Canada.
  • 4d Médecins Francophone du Canada , Montreal , QC , Canada.
  • 5e Institut du Savoir Montfort , Ottawa , ON , Canada.
  • 6f School of Nursing Faculty of Health Sciences , University of Ottawa , Ottawa , ON , Canada.
  • 7g Ottawa Hospital Research Institute , Ottawa , ON , Canada.
  • 8h Faculty of Nursing , Université Laval , Quebec City , QC , Canada.
  • 9i CHU de Québec, Université Laval Research Centre , Quebec City , QC , Canada.
  • 10j Faculty of Medicine , McGill University , Montreal , QC , Canada.
  • 11k Faculty of Social Sciences , Université Laval , Quebec City , QC , Canada.
  • 12l Department of Family Medicine , University of Sherbrooke , Moncton , NB , Canada.
  • 13m Maritimes SPOR Support Unit , Moncton , NB , Canada.
  • 14n Institute of Nutrition and Functional Foods , School of Nutrition , Université Laval , Quebec City , QC , Canada.

Abstract

Consideration of sex and gender in research and clinical practice is necessary to redress health inequities and reduce knowledge gaps. As all health professionals must maintain and update their skills throughout their career, developing innovative continuing professional education programs that integrate sex and gender issues holds great promise for reducing these gaps. This article proposes new approaches to partnership, team development, pedagogical theory, content development, evaluation and data management that will advance the integration of sex and gender in continuing professional development (CPD). Our perspectives build on an intersectoral and interprofessional research team that includes several perspectives, including those of CPD, health systems, knowledge translation and sex and gender.

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30058455
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10.1080/0142159X.2018.1483579
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