Articles

Elsevier, The Lancet Digital Health, Volume 4, May 2022
An Article on mental health morbidities in family carers of individuals with psychosis, in the context of SDG 3, focusing specifically on online psychoeducation.
Elsevier, eBioMedicine, Volume 79, May 2022
An Article on the association between traumatic events in childhood and mental health and cognition in adulthood, in the context of SDG 3, focusing specifically on the involvement of brain functional connectivities.
Elsevier, eClinicalMedicine, Volume 47, May 2022
An Article on suicide risk among individuals from minority ethnic backgrounds, in the context of SDG 3, highlighting the heterogeneity in risk among minority ethnic groups and the need to change the practice of homogenously grouping individuals together in research and the public discourse.
Elsevier,

Journal of Hepatology, 2022, ISSN 0168-8278

Hepatitis C has increased in women of childbearing age and has important implications in women who become pregnant and their infants. The effect that hepatitis C has on pregnancy outcomes was evaluated as well as the rate of hepatitis C transmission to infants in a large database with linked mother-infant records. It was found that active hepatitis C during pregnancy increased the risk of pregnancy complications. Also identified were very low rates of testing of infants born to mothers with hepatitis C but found higher rates of hepatitis C transmission to infants in mothers with higher virus levels.
Elsevier,

Building and Environment, Volume 216, 15 May 2022

Reflects upon emergent challenges and opportunities of developing Positive Energy Districts (PEDs) in Europe. Combines attention to rapid implementation, context-specificity and replicability. Identifies three key themes to enable conditions for upscaling PEDs across contexts. The key themes are: framework conditions, prefiguration and emerging impact of PEDs. Combines expertise of PED-EU-NET core group, spanning PED initiatives across Europe.
Elsevier,

The Lancet Planetary Health, Volume 6, May 2022

An Article in support of all SDGS, particularly SDGs 4, 13, and 17, assessing the interlinkages between the 17 SDGs and climate change.
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Elsevier, Chemical Engineering Journal Advances, Volume 10, 15 May 2022
Water pollution is the most serious problem threatening global water resources. The release of both natural and anthropogenic factors in the aquatic environment is affecting the quality of water bodies, with Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CECs) being one of the major issues. In recent years, the availability of robust and sensitive analytical methods has allowed the detection and identification of a wide variety of pollutants.
Elsevier, Food Policy, Volume 109, May 2022
Providing affordable access to enough healthy and safe food for an ever-more-affluent and growing world population has become more challenging in the face of climate change, rising income inequality and a more uncertain global trade environment. Agriculture is expected to contribute more, but is under pressure in both high-income and developing countries to do so more sustainably and inclusively. This paper reviews the roles of food policy in this changing setting.
Elsevier,

One Earth,
Volume 5, Issue 5,
2022,
Pages 470-472

The transformation toward a healthy, just, and environmentally friendly food system needs to be reinforced—and not abandoned—in the face of the Russia-Ukraine war. We need comprehensive solutions that bring short-term relief and also avert the existential threat our food system poses to the health of people and the planet.
Elsevier, Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology, Volume 51, 1 May 2022
Increasing recognition within the medical literature and by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education has been attributed to the need for enhanced resident education on concepts related to public health and health equity. Despite increasing documentation of pervasive inequalities within the scope of radiology, dedicated curricula designed to improve cultural competency and understanding of healthcare disparities among radiology trainees remains sparse.

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