Women’s Xchange is advancing a gender-sensitive approach to improve the health and quality of life for women and all Ontarians, by connecting researchers, students, community organizations, policy makers, clinicians and individuals interested in women’s health research.

Supporting the Integration of Sex & Gender in Health Research

Women, men and gender diverse people experience health, access health care, and respond to therapies such as drug interventions differently. Many researchers, policy makers, and clinicians are seeking expert advice on how best to integrate sex and gender into their work.

Women's Xchange has resources and a consultation service to help strengthen your research.

More on Sex & Gender Based Analysis
Research Support Service
Sex & Gender Resources

APPlying a Digital Perspective to Women's Health

Join us for a dynamic event featuring presentations and a panel discussion with leaders in digital health technologies for women.

Friday, April 26, 2019
1 p.m. to 5 p.m. | Women’s College Hospital
2nd floor Conference Centre - Auditorium and Pink Cube
76 Grenville St. Toronto, ON, M5S 1B2

To register, please visit: https://womensxchangespringevent.eventbrite.ca
Registration is required as seating is limited | Admission is free
Appetizers and refreshments to be served during networking reception

The $15K Challenge: Funding Community-Based Research

What would you do with $15,000 to improve women’s health?

The $15K Challenge is a competitive funding initiative that supports grassroots research projects across Ontario by awarding up to $15,000 to organizations helping to advance the health of women and girls. The Women’s Xchange team can assist with the application and research process when needed.

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The Health Researcher’s Toolkit: Why Sex and Gender Matter 

Our new e-learning toolkit provides researchers with the practical knowledge they need to further enhance the quality of their work - by integrating sex and gender.

More About Our Toolkit

Funding for Women’s Xchange is Provided By:

Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care
Ontario SPOR Support Unit