People Sabine Oertelt-Prigione Gender in primary and transmural care

Gender in primary and transmural care education, support and innovative methods

This group has two goals: (a) provide education, services and support to all students, clinicians and researchers who want to incorporate a focus on sex and gender differences into their activities and (b) investigate innovative methods for the design of person-centered gender-sensitive prevention.

Research group leader

Sabine Oertelt-Prigione MD PhD
full professor

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Aims

Our research group has two aims.

  • We provide education, services and support to all students, clinicians and researchers who want to incorporate a focus on sex and gender differences into their activities.
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    Education, services and support

    We consult and support colleagues and students who want to incorporate a focus on sex and gender into their work through provision of literature resources, initiation of collaborations inside and outside of Radboud and the Netherlands, and support with methodology. We are actively involved in undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate teaching and work at the development of new teaching and training methods. We also frequently lecture about the relevance of sex and gender in (bio)medical research at national and international institutions and with the general public.

  • Innovative methods

    Our research focus is on the development of new approaches to prevention development and implementation. With a focus on cardiovascular prevention, but also on prevention of domestic violence and sexual harassment, we cover a broad array of topics. Our questions are: how can we make prevention more appealing and actionable for people of all walks of life by applying a gender and diversity focus to the process? What do people need, want and use as preventative tools? How is their understanding of prevention and how can we use these concepts to co-creatively develop new socially-relevant approaches? How can we collaborate with a broad array of stakeholders to put these solutions into place?

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Radboud Institute for Health Sciences

Ideally, every procedure in clinical practice and public health should take place based on proof, instead of intuition or 'experience'. Our aim is to improve clinical practice and public health.
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