Gender and Rehabilitation


Publication date: 1st January 2021 Category:
  • GESI
Tags:
  • Gender
  • Health Systems
  • Rehabilitation
Publishing organisation: Learning, Acting and Building for Rehabilitation in Health Systems (ReLAB-HS)

Sex and gender matter in interventions and research for rehabilitation within health systems because females, males, and intersex people have different biologies—and women, men, and gender minorities have different gendered social experiences—that affect their health behaviors, opportunities, and outcomes.

It is important that rehabilitation care, like other forms of service delivery, is contextualized within the broader context of gendered health systems.