Press Release, February 28th, 2023
"Year of the Zebra" will highlight one rare disease each week in 2023 on world's most watched healthcare video education channel, 'Osmosis from Elsevier,' to educate healthcare professionals and students and accelerate rare disease diagnosis and research
Clinical Imaging, Volume 96, April 2023, Pages 9-14
This Study explores the racial disparities that exist in the emergency departments of 4 hospitals, when they are most prevalent, and how patients' sociodemographic characteristics impact image acquisition time, raising awareness for SDGs 3, 9 and 10.
The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, Sophie V. Eastwood a, Alun D. Hughes a, Laurie Tomlinson b, Rohini Mathur b, Liam Smeeth b, Krishnan Bhaskaran b, Nishi Chaturvedi aVolume 25, February 2023, 100557
This Article supports SDGs 3 and 16 by showing that although antihypertensive initiation did not vary by ethnicity, subsequent blood pressure control was lower among people of African and African Caribbean ethnicity.
Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare, Volume 36, June 2023, 100826
Sources used when seeking reproductive health information in the UK are not necessarily the most trusted, with accessibility being an important factor. Ensuring better fertility and reproductive health information during school education may offset the impact of unreliable sources.
Rare, Available online 23 February 2023, In Press, Journal Pre-proof
On Rare Disease day, Elsevier has launched a new scientific journal called Rare. Open research in rare diseases. Elsevier dedicates a peer-reviewed publication specifically to these lesser known or unknown disorders, with the aim of having a clinical impact on the lives of patients and their families.