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Applications to Gender Analysis Within Health Research and Interventions

East Baltimore
2nd Term
International Health
Academic Year
2022 - 2023
Instruction Method
Class Time(s)
Tuesday, 1:30 - 3:20pm
Auditors Allowed
Yes, with instructor consent
Available to Undergraduate
Grading Restriction
Letter Grade or Pass/Fail
Course Instructor(s)
Contact Name
Frequency Schedule
Every Year
Interested in learning how to incorporate gender analysis into health research or interventions? Gender is a key social stratifer which affects health needs, vulnerabilities, risks, and outcomes. Gender analysis entails seeking to understand inequities in health as a result of differential distributions of power and resources and how these inequities affect research and intervention outcomes. This course will equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to incorporate gender analysis into health research projects or interventions.
Introduces gender analysis as an integral part of health research and interventions. Focuses on teaching students on how to incorporate gender analysis into health research and interventions. Explores: (1) theoretical approaches to gender and health, including intersectionality, masculinities, and non-binary approaches; (2) how gender and gender relations affects health needs, risks, experiences, and outcomes; and (3) ways in which gender analysis can be incorporated into health research and interventions, including the use of gender frameworks and questions, gender assessments, and transformative approaches. Examples will cover a range of international settings, with a focus on low-and-middle income country settings.
Learning Objectives
Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
  1. Explain the role of gender in shaping health inequities
  2. Recognize how gender health inequities affect health research and interventions
  3. Explain how gender analysis is incorporated into health systems research
  4. Incorporate gender analysis into their health research and interventions
  5. Critically discuss different theoretical approaches to gender and health
Methods of Assessment
This course is evaluated as follows:
  • 30% Gender Analysis Matrix
  • 70% Gender Analysis Paper
Enrollment Restriction
Only graduate students, no undergraduates