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Sex-and age-based differences in the delivery and outcomes of critical care. Gender disparities in the pharmacological treatment of cardiovascular disease and diabetes mellitus in the very old: Lessons learned from the analysis of gender effect on risk factors and procedural outcomes of lower extremity arterial disease.
In the 5 years since that report, research continues to describe and affirm the nature, extent, and effects of gender bias with some awakening of awareness to its existence and potential for harm. To subscribe at our regular subscription rate, click the button below. All rights reserved worldwide. Analgesic medication for elderly people post-surgery. N Engl J Med. Google Scholar Search for related content. The impact of patient sex on paramedic 37–210 management in the prehospital setting.
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Accessed February 6, J Am Coll Cardiol. Effectiveness-based guidelines for the prevention of cardiovascular disease in women— update: A fix for gender bias in health care?
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A number of approaches have been employed to help prevent or reduce implicit bias in health care. Undertriage of elderly trauma patients to state-designated trauma centers. Association of gender with outcomes in critically ill patients. The next step is to choose a monthly or yearly subscription, and then enter your payment information.
In a health care setting, bias against women may be manifested when women are diagnosed, counseled, treated, or otherwise managed not just differently, but to a lesser degree of adherence to established standards of care than men with comparable health status.
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Differences in specialist consultations for cardiovascular disease by race, ethnicity, gender, insurance status, and site of primary care. Evidence of gender bias against women in delivery of health care services is pervasive and persistent. United States Census Bureau. Enrich your faith and grow in spiritual maturity with the incredible Bible study and devotional books listed below.
Women tolerate drug therapy for coronary artery disease as well as men do, but are treated less frequently with aspirin, beta-blockers, or statins. Gender disparities in evidence-based statin therapy in patients with cardiovascular disease. Gender disparities in lipid-lowering therapy among veterans with diabetes. You must be logged in to view your newly purchased content. Will your mother and I and your brothers 377-2-10 come and bow down to the ground before you?
Differences in admission rates and outcomes between men and women presenting to emergency departments with coronary syndromes. A frequent starting place is to help health care professionals gain some awareness of their own vulnerability to this form of prejudice. Disparities in the care of chest pain.
Services Email this article to a friend Alert me when eletters are published Similar articles in this journal Similar articles in Web of Science Similar articles in PubMed Download to citation manager. Merely exposing health care workers to the IAT may not alter attitudes or beliefs, however, so multiple strategies are often used, including combinations of education about implicit bias, prejudice, and stereotyping; peer discussions and focus groups; self-reflection; reading about implicit bias; and practicing skills aimed at countering stereotypical responses.
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S ver 7; Ge Gender disparities in the quality of cardiovascular disease care in private managed care plans. A multisite examination of sex differences in cardiac rehabilitation barriers by participation status.
Barriers to cardiac rehabilitation in women with cardiovascular disease: Disparities in the use of primary prevention and defibrillator therapy among blacks and women.
Gender variations in clinical pain experience.
The influence of race and gender on time to initial electrocardiogram for patients with chest pain. Continued work with these computer-based mandatory checklists as clinical decision support tools has not only expanded their application as effective means for maximizing staff compliance with best practices, but has also afforded an apparent breakthrough into achieving desired clinical practice results while erasing disparities ascribed to race and gender bias.
Int J Nurs Stud. IV tissue plasminogen activator use in acute stroke: Different treatment of some common diseases in men and women. Sex differences in the use implantable defibrillators for primary and secondary prevention of sudden cardiac death.