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Table 1 Instructions for authors and peer reviewers could include

From: Beyond sex and gender difference in funding and reporting of health research

 1. Examples of sex and gender definitions on journal websites to ensure accuracy;
 2. Resources for authors about best practices on sex and gender analysis in their research field;
 3. Online resources for training of new peer reviewers on the roles of sex and gender in both basic science and health research; and
 4. Links to existing training materials for health researchers and peer reviewers that have been, or are being developed, by organizations such as CIHR, NIH, GenderNet, and others. [7]