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Why innovations fail without a gender dimension

Why innovations fail without a gender dimension

Written by Teresa Iglesias Lopez | Reviewed by Gabriela Ayala

Created on: 09 Jan 2020 | Updated on: 28 Jan 2020

News category: "News on Living Innovation"

Eileen Trauth, Pennsylvania State University, and the need to integrate women into smart health debates

In public healthcare, everybody is welcome! But a closer look reveals that many medical facilities or diagnostic procedures are tailor-made for the male body only.

Eileen Trauth, Professor Emeritus in Information Sciences & Technology and Women´s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at the Pennsylvania State University tells us why women need to have a big say in the design of future healthcare.

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