Men and COVID-19: A Biopsychosocial Approach to Understanding Sex Differences in Mortality and Recommendations for Practice and Policy Interventions
COMMENTARY — Volume 17 — July 16, 2020
This image depicts a wheel with 5 spokes: 1) health education, community engagement, and public health outreach; 2) health promotion and preventive care; 3) sex-disaggregated data in clinical practice and policy; 4) rehabilitation and health care delivery infrastructure; and 5) health policy and legislative interventions.
Intervention strategies to reduce men’s COVID-19 mortality risk.
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