This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities by identifying barriers for individuals with ID, their impact on long-term outcomes, and strategies that academics can use to foster positive identity development for this population.
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Journal of Responsible Technology, Volume , 2023

The authors seek to create a framework that can inform the research agenda of the emerging literature of responsible digital transformation (DT). Through the research, two core questions are examined: '(1) when we can consider a DT process responsible (i.e., responsibility in DT), and (2) when we can consider DT outcomes responsible (i.e., the responsibility of DT)'. The authors point to the UN's sustainable development goals and its Universal Declaration of Human Rights as reference points for responsible DT.
CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY AT RELX, 2021 HIGHLIGHTS
In 2021, RELX continued to build on our strong corporate responsibility (CR) performance during the year, further improving on our key internal metrics and extending the scope of our unique contributions. This article is linked to SDGs 1,3,10,11,12,13 and 16, in line with RELX's areas of expertise.
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Surgical Oncology Clinics of North America, Volume 32, Issue 1, 2023, Pages 221-232

This chapter advances Goals 5 and 10 by discussing the role physicians can play in improving clinical trial enrollment and retention among underrepresented groups.
This Article supports SDGs 3, 5, 10 and 16 by assessing changes in stillbirth rates overall and for Black and White women, finding that there was a substantial racial disparity and suggesting that targeted health and social policies are needed to address this issue.
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Women's Health in Medical Clinics of North America Volume 7, Issue 2, p. 385-395, March 2023

This content advances goals 5 and 10 by covering the risk factors, consquences, treatments, and optimal support and resources for victims of intimate partner violence.
Dismantling racism in health care demands that medical education promote racial justice throughout all stages of medical training. The development of any anti-racism curriculum in medicine requires the ability to identify racial bias in practices we have not previously recognized as explicitly racist or unjust.
This falls along the themes of public access (or lack thereof) to physicians has many different consequences to good health and well-being especially with cancer care.
This paper shows that although climate policies can sometimes slow the pace of economic growth, in the long term the benefits of avoided climate change impacts will overweight policy costs
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The Lancet Regional Health - Americas, Volume 17, January 2023, 100408

This viewpoint supports SDGs 3, 5, 10 and 16, focusing on the drivers of Black maternal mortality and advocating the collection of disaggregated data to support improvements in Black maternal health.

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