Incorporating Sex and Gender into Culturally Competent Simulation in Medical Education

Lead author: Gillian A. Beauchamp
Submitted by Dan Brown, Emory University

Recognizing through a thorough search of existing sex- and gender-based medical simulation education literature that there is a lack of literature addressing the incorporation of sex and gender aspects of medicine into simulation-based training, the authors discuss the need for further sex- and gender-competent simulation, and outline strategies, considerations, and guidelines for including these topics into medical curriculums.

The article features several handy tables, including Components of Learner Assessment in Sex and Gender Competent Simulation, and Considerations for the Development and Implementation of Sex and Gender Competent Simulation.

Read the full article in the Journal of Women’s Health here.

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