The first course in the series introduces the scientific basis of known sex and gender differences and discusses their influence on health outcomes and illness. Participants will explore the implications that sex and gender differences have on policy, research, and health care and learn the relevant Federal research regulations.
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View Course 1 CME background and acknowledgments.
View Course 1 CNE/CPE background and acknowledgments.
The second course applies the basic concepts presented in Course 1 to specific conditions and organ systems. Participants will learn about sex and gender differences in the course of disease and consider issues that arise when treating and managing these conditions. The course presents a research methodology framework to incorporate sex and gender differences in the design of studies.
View Course 2 CME background and acknowledgments.
CNE and CPE credit are not currently available for Course 2.