Module Summary

To summarize the concepts in this module:

  • It is important to synthesize and interpret available ideas and evidence using the core concepts of sex, gender, diversity and equity
  • Practicing iteration involves regularly reflecting on our knowledge of a particular issue or population and adjusting our thinking and processes to address gaps, inconsistencies and oversights as well as to accommodate new knowledge or insights
  • Checking for bias in our ideas, evidence, methods of analysis, and conclusions is essential in the development of implications
  • Outlining the implications includes a description of how we think about and address issues and support populations, including determining who is at risk or in need as well as identifying who is likely to benefit from a particular response and who is not

Next Steps

This is the end of the module. Other modules explore the various components of the SGBA process, including Issues, Evidence, Implications and Recommendations.

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