Integration von Geschlecht in die Forschung zu umweltbezogener Gesundheit. Ergebnisse des interdisziplinären Forschungsnetzwerks Geschlecht – Umwelt – Gesundheit (GeUmGe-NET)

Bolte G, David M, Debiak M, Fiedel L, Hornberg C, Kolossa-Gehring M, Kraus U, Lätzsch R, Paeck T, Palm K, Schneider A (2018)
BUNDESGESUNDHEITSBLATT-GESUNDHEITSFORSCHUNG-GESUNDHEITSSCHUTZ 61(6): 737-746.

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Integration of sex/gender into environmental health research. Results of the interdisciplinary research network Sex/Gender-Environment-Health (GeUmGe-NET)
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The comprehensive consideration of sex/gender in health research is essential to increase relevance and validity of research results. Contrary to other areas of health research, there is no systematic summary of the current state of research on the significance of sex/gender in environmental health. Within the interdisciplinary research network Sex/Gender-Environment-Health (GeUmGe-NET) the current state of integration of sex/gender aspects or, respectively, gender theoretical concepts into research was systematically assessed within selected topics of the research areas environmental toxicology, environmental medicine, environmental epidemiology and public health research on environment and health. Knowledge gaps and research needs were identified in all research areas. Furthermore, the potential for methodological advancements by using gender theoretical concepts was depicted. A dialogue between biomedical research, public health research, and gender studies was started with the research network GeUmGe-NET. This dialogue has to be continued particularly regarding a common testing of methodological innovations in data collection and data analysis. Insights of this interdisciplinary research are relevant for practice areas such as environmental health protection, health promotion, environmental justice, and environmental health monitoring.
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Bolte G, David M, Debiak M, et al. Integration von Geschlecht in die Forschung zu umweltbezogener Gesundheit. Ergebnisse des interdisziplinären Forschungsnetzwerks Geschlecht – Umwelt – Gesundheit (GeUmGe-NET). BUNDESGESUNDHEITSBLATT-GESUNDHEITSFORSCHUNG-GESUNDHEITSSCHUTZ. 2018;61(6):737-746.
Bolte, G., David, M., Debiak, M., Fiedel, L., Hornberg, C., Kolossa-Gehring, M., Kraus, U., et al. (2018). Integration von Geschlecht in die Forschung zu umweltbezogener Gesundheit. Ergebnisse des interdisziplinären Forschungsnetzwerks Geschlecht – Umwelt – Gesundheit (GeUmGe-NET). BUNDESGESUNDHEITSBLATT-GESUNDHEITSFORSCHUNG-GESUNDHEITSSCHUTZ, 61(6), 737-746. doi:10.1007/s00103-018-2745-8
Bolte, G., David, M., Debiak, M., Fiedel, L., Hornberg, C., Kolossa-Gehring, M., Kraus, U., Lätzsch, R., Paeck, T., Palm, K., et al. (2018). Integration von Geschlecht in die Forschung zu umweltbezogener Gesundheit. Ergebnisse des interdisziplinären Forschungsnetzwerks Geschlecht – Umwelt – Gesundheit (GeUmGe-NET). BUNDESGESUNDHEITSBLATT-GESUNDHEITSFORSCHUNG-GESUNDHEITSSCHUTZ 61, 737-746.
Bolte, G., et al., 2018. Integration von Geschlecht in die Forschung zu umweltbezogener Gesundheit. Ergebnisse des interdisziplinären Forschungsnetzwerks Geschlecht – Umwelt – Gesundheit (GeUmGe-NET). BUNDESGESUNDHEITSBLATT-GESUNDHEITSFORSCHUNG-GESUNDHEITSSCHUTZ, 61(6), p 737-746.
G. Bolte, et al., “Integration von Geschlecht in die Forschung zu umweltbezogener Gesundheit. Ergebnisse des interdisziplinären Forschungsnetzwerks Geschlecht – Umwelt – Gesundheit (GeUmGe-NET)”, BUNDESGESUNDHEITSBLATT-GESUNDHEITSFORSCHUNG-GESUNDHEITSSCHUTZ, vol. 61, 2018, pp. 737-746.
Bolte, G., David, M., Debiak, M., Fiedel, L., Hornberg, C., Kolossa-Gehring, M., Kraus, U., Lätzsch, R., Paeck, T., Palm, K., Schneider, A.: Integration von Geschlecht in die Forschung zu umweltbezogener Gesundheit. Ergebnisse des interdisziplinären Forschungsnetzwerks Geschlecht – Umwelt – Gesundheit (GeUmGe-NET). BUNDESGESUNDHEITSBLATT-GESUNDHEITSFORSCHUNG-GESUNDHEITSSCHUTZ. 61, 737-746 (2018).
Bolte, Gabriele, David, Madlen, Debiak, Magorzata, Fiedel, Lotta, Hornberg, Claudia, Kolossa-Gehring, Marike, Kraus, Ute, Lätzsch, Rebecca, Paeck, Tatjana, Palm, Kerstin, and Schneider, Alexandra. “Integration von Geschlecht in die Forschung zu umweltbezogener Gesundheit. Ergebnisse des interdisziplinären Forschungsnetzwerks Geschlecht – Umwelt – Gesundheit (GeUmGe-NET)”. BUNDESGESUNDHEITSBLATT-GESUNDHEITSFORSCHUNG-GESUNDHEITSSCHUTZ 61.6 (2018): 737-746.

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