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The Researcher Journey Through a Gender Lens: Findings from Elsevier’s Report

Explore the key findings from Elsevier’s newest report, "The Researcher Journey Through a Gender Lens: A Global Examination of Research Participation, Career Progression and Perceptions."

This latest report on gender in research further examines critical gender issues and performance through a gender lens and includes quantitative analyses into new areas and themes and incorporates a qualitative research component:
•Research participation: Assessing gender diversity among researchers
•Research footprint: Measuring the research footprint of both genders
•Career progression and mobility: Assessing author continuity and mobility
•Collaboration networks: Evaluating collaboration patterns and gender differences
•Perceptions of gender in research: Providing insight into the ways in which women and men view issues of gender diversity and inclusion
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  • The Researcher Journey Through a Gender Lens: Findings from Elsevier’s Report May 27 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski, PhD, VP, Research Intelligence & Bamini Jayabalasingham, PhD, Sr. Analytical Product Mgr., Elsevier
    Explore the key findings from Elsevier’s newest report, "The Researcher Journey Through a Gender Lens: A Global Examination of Research Participation, Career Progression and Perceptions."

    This latest report on gender in research further examines critical gender issues and performance through a gender lens and includes quantitative analyses into new areas and themes and incorporates a qualitative research component:
    •Research participation: Assessing gender diversity among researchers
    •Research footprint: Measuring the research footprint of both genders
    •Career progression and mobility: Assessing author continuity and mobility
    •Collaboration networks: Evaluating collaboration patterns and gender differences
    •Perceptions of gender in research: Providing insight into the ways in which women and men view issues of gender diversity and inclusion
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