Online Training Resources

Training for biomedical researchers, and researchers working with humans in primary and secondary data collection.

A Research Guide from the Status of Women Canada, Government of Canada, for assessing how intersecting identity factors impact policy and research.

Training modules include key concepts, definitions, expert advice, and case studies developed by the Women's Xchange, Women's College Hospital.

A comprehensive resource developed at Stanford University, which includes methods of sex and gender analysis, terms, checklists, and case studies.

Reporting Guidelines

Developed by the National Centre for Replacement, Refinement, and Reduction of Animals in Research, these guidelines are intended to maximize information published while minimizing unnecessary studies. ARRIVE is currently endorsed by 1047 journals. 

An international set of guidelines intended to encourage a more systematic approach to reporting of sex and gender in research. Primarily for authors' use in preparing manuscripts, but also useful in the editorial process.

Recommendations to help ensure best practices and ethical standards in the conduct and reporting of research in medical journals. Helpful for authors, editors, and peer reviewers. Sex and gender are addressed here in the Recommendations.

Additional Resources

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