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ORWH Updates Online ‘Inclusion Outreach’ Toolkit

A screenshot of the ORWH toolkit

The new version of the ORWH Inclusion Outreach Toolkit includes information on the history of inclusion at NIH, current policies, case studies and testimonials, regulations, checklists, seminars and other resources.

ORWH recently launched a revised Inclusion Outreach Toolkit to help researchers recruit and retain women participants in their clinical studies. Inclusion of diverse study populations is integral to the missions of ORWH, NIH and the entire biomedical research enterprise. Inclusion ensures that the distribution of study participants by sex, gender, race, ethnicity and age reflects the population needed to accomplish the scientific goals of the clinical study. 

The new version of the ORWH Inclusion Outreach Toolkit includes information on the history of inclusion at NIH, current policies, case studies and testimonials, regulations, checklists, seminars and other resources. The information will help principal investigators and their research teams to fulfill their responsibilities for including women in clinical research. 

You can explore the toolkit’s resources at https://orwh.od.nih.gov/toolkit.

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