The objective of this review is to describe the global evidence of gender inequity among individuals with appointments at academic institutions that conduct health research, and examine how gender intersects with other social identities to influence outcomes.
The gender demographics of universities have shifted, yet the characteristics of those who lead academic health research institutions have not reflec...
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Global evidence of gender inequity in academic health research: A living scoping review protocol
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