MRS has produced this Guidance Note to help practitioners act legally and ethically in collecting data and asking research participants questions on biological sex, gender and gender
identity as all research participants need to feel equally valued and satisfied that their voice is being heard.

Researchers can use this guidance to assess whether they are complying with the Code in collecting demographic information on these areas. This should be used along with the MRS Code of Conduct and Guidelines.

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