Engendering Epidemiology

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December 2007 - Volume 61, Supplement 2

Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health

“…..The aim of this work has been to construct what can be called an engendering epidemiology. Decision makers need sound scientific evidence on which to base decisions about priorities and the actions needed in order to avoid any kind of gender discrimination regarding health promotion, disease prevention and the management of ill people in the population….”