Better research thanks to more gender equal staff
Better research thanks to more gender equal staffKifinfo
A new article shows that women more often apply gender perspectives in their research. A diverse research group leads to better and more accurate knowledge about the world, according to Mathias Wullum Nielsen.
"The universities must do a better job of attracting more women to research. Based on our study, a more gender-balanced, diverse research group results in more attention to gender and sex analysis – which in turn leads to better research," says Mathias Wullum Nielsen, an assistant professor at Aarhus University.
The study demonstrates the mutual benefits of promoting both women's participation as researchers and the integration of gender and sex analysis into medical research.
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