- About Us
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Health Is Affected by Both Sex and Gender
Do You Know These Differences?
- Women are susceptible to potentially lethal arrhythmias when they take some of the very medications which stabilize rhythm in men.
- Men and women absorb and metabolize pain killers and anesthetics differently.
- Melanoma is more common on the legs in women, and on the head and neck in men.
- Men are more likely than women to die within 6 months of an osteoporotic hip fracture.
- Zolpidem is the only FDA approved medication with different dosages recommended by sex thus far.
- In acute stroke, tPA (the clot-dissolving medication) is twice as likely to be given to men.
- Aspirin therapy decreases risk of MI in men (but not stroke), while reducing stroke (but not MI) in women.
There are Sex and Gender Differences with Covid-19, including
- Health Based Differences
- Equity Issues
- Reproductive Health and Pregnancy Concerns
- And more
- Information and resources can be found HERE
SGHC Crunch Sheets & Toolkits
Meetings & Conferences
Become a Collaborator
Access the registry of medical practitioners who have demonstrated a commitment to applying sex and gender evidence.
AMWA Partners with DRUGDOCS to promote sex and gender specific healthcare. Access the DrugDocs information database on medications which highlights sex specific data when available.
Sex and Gender Health Education Summit
November 11-14, 2021
Access recorded sessions.
Apply for Conference Grants to promote
sex and gender specific healthcare
AMWA Students and Residents
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About the Sex and Gender Health Collaborative (SGHC)
- Vision, Mission, and Committee Initiatives
- Who We Are
- SGHC History
- SGHC Programs and Projects
- SGHC News
- SGHC Publications
- Peer Review Policy – Coming soon
- Current Newsletter – Coming soon
Website developed by: Mary Rojek, PhD with assistance from Jan Werbinski, MD.
Ready-to-use resources for the educator in sex and gender based health. Can be used as stand-alone presentations, or easily integrated into your own program.
Ready-to-use resources for students in sex and gender based health.
Ready-to-use resources for researchers in sex and gender based health. These can help you get started in integrating sex and gender concepts into your own research.
Ready-to-use resources for clinicians in sex and gender based health. These can help you get started in seeing how sex and gender impact all aspects of health.