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Table 5 Criteria used to rate gender-transformative interventions in health professional education

From: Integration of gender-transformative interventions into health professional education reform for the 21st century: implications of an expert review

Criteria Sexual harassment
 Take measures to end impunity for perpetrators of sexual harassment and other forms of gender discrimination  Top critical criterion to counter sexual harassment
 Introduce, make use of, or further legal protections against gender discrimination  Second critical criterion to counter sexual harassment
 Provide information and education about discrimination or rights  Third critical criterion to counter sexual harassment
Criteria Caregiver Discrimination
 Transform family, school, and/or work arrangements so that women are not penalized or disadvantaged for caregiving  Top critical criterion to counter caregiver discrimination
 Challenge and change common discriminatory gender beliefs or norms  Second critical criterion to counter caregiver discrimination
 Attempt to change imbalance of power or otherwise level the playing field  Third critical criterion to counter caregiver discrimination