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97 ["Sex, gender or occupational psychology: what matters most to preventing heat-related illnesses and improving outcomes for women in ground close combat?"] 10.1136/bmjmilitary-2020-001480 http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjmilitary-2020-001480 2020-04-28T07:44:52Z [] 0 0 ["2633-3767", "2633-3775"] BMJ Military Health <jats:p>Since the advent of women in ground close combat (WGCC) roles, the impact on women of the attendant risk of heat stress and heat illness has been considered. Much emphasis has been placed on sex differences in thermal physiology. This article considers the application of evidence of sex-associated thermoregulatory variation to the occupational and environmental setting of WGCC, and weighs the relative importance of physiological differences arising from biological sex, and behaviour associated with gender normatives. Quantifying the risk of heat illness to WGCC should draw on data from their real-world occupational context.</jats:p> 4 ["http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6248-6400"] ["Robert M Gifford", "N Taylor", "M Stacey", "D R Woods"] [""] [""] [""]