2017
DOI: 10.5123/s1679-49742017000300025
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Equidade de sexo e gênero na pesquisa: fundamentação das diretrizes SAGER e uso recomendado*

Abstract: The SAGER guidelines are designed primarily to guide authors in preparing their manuscripts, but they are also useful for editors, as gatekeepers of science, to integrate assessment of sex and gender into all manuscripts as an integral part of the editorial process.

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“…Recent efforts by research organizations (NIH, FDA, and CIHR) ( 21 – 23 , 82 , 83 ), the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) ( 84 ), the European Association of Science Editors ( 85 , 86 ), and others (Gender Innovations, Stanford University) ( 63 ) have emphasized sex and gender and developed guidelines and checklists to address their intersection. Because of this international effort, oral health and periodontal research may need to establish a framework to produce diverse and generalizable knowledge, reduce health disparities, avoid gender bias, and improve oral health therapeutic interventions without any a priori assumptions ( 64 , 87 ).…”
Section: Considering Sex/gender In Periodontal Researchmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Recent efforts by research organizations (NIH, FDA, and CIHR) ( 21 – 23 , 82 , 83 ), the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) ( 84 ), the European Association of Science Editors ( 85 , 86 ), and others (Gender Innovations, Stanford University) ( 63 ) have emphasized sex and gender and developed guidelines and checklists to address their intersection. Because of this international effort, oral health and periodontal research may need to establish a framework to produce diverse and generalizable knowledge, reduce health disparities, avoid gender bias, and improve oral health therapeutic interventions without any a priori assumptions ( 64 , 87 ).…”
Section: Considering Sex/gender In Periodontal Researchmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This should not be interpreted as gender having a direct effect on educational achievement: our study was exploratory, and inclusion of gender as an explanatory variable was motivated mostly by the SAGER guidelines. 46 Rather, this finding should taken as justification for further studies, aimed at a more proper explanation for this correlation. Such explanation might have more to do with family and community medicine than with the Brazilian society at large, because half the master's and Ph.D. graduates in Brazil are women.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…This should not be interpreted as gender having a direct effect on educational achievement: our study was exploratory, and inclusion of gender as an explanatory variable was motivated mostly by the SAGER (Sex and Gender Equity in Research) guidelines. 46 Rather, this finding should be taken as justification for further studies, aimed at a more proper explanation for this correlation. Such an explanation might have more to do with family and community medicine than with the Brazilian society at large, because half the master’s and PhD graduates in Brazil are women.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 95%