Oxford Policy Management
Addressing the gender inequities faced by healthcare providers (e.g. nurses), which result from deeply entrenched structural gender norms, can improve providers’ performance, the quality of care they provide, and ultimately health outcomes. This report reviews programmes and opportunities that can be leveraged to initiate pilots, models, and experimentation in gender programming for health providers in low- and middle-income country (LMIC) settings.
Published on May 2022