The Lancet Neurology, Volume 21, Issue 11, November 2022, Pages 1004-1060,
This update to the 2017 Lancet Neurology Commission on traumatic brain injury advances SDG 3 by presenting new insights and challenges across a range of topics around traumatic brain injury, a leading cause of injury-related death and disability worldwide, with devastating effects on patients and their families.
SSM - Mental Health, Volume 2, 2022
This article ties to SDG 3. In this article, a system innovation perspective was used to examine the factors influencing the potential for scaling up a task-sharing psychological intervention for refugees called ‘Problem Management Plus’ (PM+) in the Netherlands.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 2022
This article ties to SDG 3. This article investigated whether wartime stress exposures occurring during adolescence and early adulthood affect weathering in late adulthood via linear regression with data from the Vietnamese Health and Aging Study (VHAS).
Child Abuse & Neglect, Volume 134, 2022
This article ties to SDG 3. This article addresses gaps in available measurement methodologies in child protection interventions, and pilots a methodology to assess a package of key child protection interventions in a single, holistic and integrated approach.
International Journal of Intercultural Relations, Volume 91, 2022
This article ties to SDG 3 & 4. The present study adapted and assessed the efficacy of a brief psychological group intervention, the STAR program: Strengths, Transitions, Adjustments and Resilience for university students who are Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs).The present study adapted and assessed the efficacy of a brief psychological group intervention, the STAR program: Strengths, Transitions, Adjustments and Resilience for university students who are Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs).
Canadian Journal of Cardiology, Volume 39, Issue 2, February 2023, Pages 133-143
This article explores health disparities based on the intersection of sex, geography, race, and ethnicity that have been identified for poorer pre- and postnatal outcomes in the general population, as well as those with critical congenital heart disease.
Mitochondrion, Volume 67, November 2022
Based on current studies, the incidence of Ewing sarcoma (ES) varies significantly by race and ethnicity, with the disease being most common in patients of European ancestry. However, race/ethnicity has generally been self-reported rather than formally evaluated at a population level using DNA evidence. Additionally, mitochondrial dysfunction is a hallmark of ES, yet there have been no reported studies of mitochondrial genetics in ES. Thus, we evaluated both the mitochondrial and nuclear ancestries of 420 pediatric ES patients in the United States using whole-genome sequencing.