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Aim: This paper reports a study that examined the extent to which nurse researchers internationally disproportionately include females as participants in their research. Background: A bias toward predominantly male samples has been well-documented in medical research, but recently a gender bias favoring women in nursing research has been identified in studies published in four North American journals. Method: We extracted information about study samples and characteristics of the studies anddoi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2009.02.002 pmid:19268940 fatcat:igjs73pduffizc7vukvi2cy7gm