Ricerca sensibile al sesso e al genere

Le differenze di sesso e di genere sono spesso trascurate nel design dei progetti di ricerca, nell'implementazione degli stessi e nella stesura dei rapporti scientifici, oltre che nella comunicazione scientifica in generale. Questa mancanza limita la possibilità di generalizzare i risultati della ricerca e la loro applicabilità alla pratica clinica, in particolare per le donne ma anche per gli uomini. Questa sezione affronta questo problema.

Raccomandazioni per una ricerca sensibile al sesso e al genere

Sex and Gender in research involving humans according to the Human Research Act (HRA): Issues to consider.

This document reflects the swissethics recommendations on sex and gender in research involving humans according to the HRA.

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Sex and Gender in research involving humans according to the Human Research Act: Recommendation for the ethical review of research projects.

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Weblinks sul tema:

ICH Considerations: Sex-related Considerations in the Conduct of Clinical Trials, June 2009

European Institute of Women's Health: Sex and Gender Policy Briefs

Federal Office of Public Health FOPH: Research on Health Equity

US National Institutes of Health - Office of Research on Women's (ORWH)NIH Inclusion Outreach Toolkit

GENDRO: Link

The SAGER Guidelines (Sex and Gender Equity in Research): Link to the guidelines

Webinar elucidating the importance of WHO's adoption of the SAGER guidelines, accompanied by a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet. Link

European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA): Right from the start - Including more women in Clinical Trials. Link

CIOMS-GENDRO Meeting report February 2023: Sex and gender considerations in research: the role of research ethics guidelines and research ethics committees. Link

Why Diverse Clinical Trial Participation Matters, A.L Schwartz, N Engl J Med 2023; 388:1252-1254, DOI: 10.1056/NEJMp2215609. Link

Sex and gender in science: How to navigate a challenging are of reseach to the benefit of all, Nature, 2024, Link