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Radboud Summer School: Towards Individualized Care: Sex & Gender Perspectives in Health

11 July 2022 - 15 July 2022


Research is increasingly showing the impact of sex and gender on health and care. Ignoring sex and gender can lead to reduced access to healthcare, delayed and overall suboptimal treatment and worse population health. Sex and gender impact basic research, clinical practice and public health.

This course is a full immersion interdisciplinary experience in sex- and gender-sensitive health.

Date: 11 – 15 July 2022
Early bird fee: €450 or €375 (deadline 1 April 2022)
Regular fee: €500
Application deadline: 1 June 2022

Course Leader

Sabine Oertelt-PrigioneProfessor (Strategic Chair) of Gender in Primary and Transmural CareDepartment of Primary and Community CareRadboudumc

Learning Outcomes

After this course you are able to:

  • Understand the concepts of sex and gender and their impact on health.
  • Identify how sex and gender affect your own research/health care practice.
  • Apply concepts of sex and gender analysis to health (care) problems.>
  • Critically reflect on your role as a professional towards sex and gender sensitive healthcare.

Level of participant

  • Master
  • PhD
  • Post-doc
  • Professional

Read more and apply here:


11 July 2022
15 July 2022
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Radboud Summer School
Houtlaan 4
Nijmegen, 6525 XZ Netherlands
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