Promoting Desired Lifestyles Among Adults with Severe Autism and Intellectual Disabilities
Person Centered Applications of Behavior Analysis
2023, Pages 3-14

This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities by discussing the importance of promoting desired lifestyles among adults with severe autism and intellectual disabilities, and how the operations of many adult service agencies fail to promote individually desired lifestyles.
This chapter advances the UN SDG goals 12 and 10 by attempting to explore, analyze, and demonstrate the different traditional methods practiced by indigenous communities of the NE India, in context to NRM. It also explores various aspects of TEK and practices like indigenous farming and irrigation systems, conservation of sacred forests, age-old ethnobotanical knowledge, and cultural customs and rituals of different tribes of NE India.
This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing as well as Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities by emphasizing the importance of gender-specific medicine in pharmaceutical development and global healthcare, aiming to improve health outcomes for all genders. By addressing the challenges faced by the pharmaceutical industry in integrating knowledge on sex-specific biological differences into drug development programs, the chapter advocates for strategies to promote equity in healthcare access and outcomes. Additionally, it recognizes the importance of addressing gender disparities in healthcare and advocating for approaches that ensure equal access to gender-specific pharmaceuticals. Through these efforts, the content supports the goal of reducing inequalities in healthcare access and outcomes, ultimately contributing to the promotion of good health and well-being for all individuals, regardless of gender.

The New Public Health (Fourth Edition), 2023, Pages 1097-1158

This chapter advances the UN SDG Goal 3: Good Health and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities. It examines the globalization of health as there is increase focus on the international transfer of diseases and the imperative of cooperating to combat inequity under societal conditions that create the spread of diseases and their effects on individual nations and the global community.
This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities by providing easy access to the declarations and conventions of the United Nations (UN), the European Union (EU), and other international organizations and institutions.

Intellectually Impaired People
The Ongoing Battle
2023, Pages 169-178

This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities by providing an overview of the paralympics as an encouraging success story that has fundamentally changed one of the many aspects of disabled people’s lives.

Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine, Fourth Edition, 2023, pp 699-711

This chapter aligns with SDG Goal 5: Gender equality and Goal 10: Reduced inequalities by highlighting the frequency with which women are misdiagnosed and considering how sex and gender can better be implemented in healthcare research.

Translational Surgery

Handbook for Designing and Conducting Clinical and Translational Research

2023, Pages 591-597

The extensive history of abuse and ongoing mistreatment of Black Americans continues to foster apprehension and distrust of healthcare providers. This has resulted in substantial barriers for modern healthcare to appropriately address the needs of Black patients. These concerns have been visibly manifested during the COVID-19 pandemic. This article supports WHO SDG 3 Good Health and Wellbeing and SDG10 Reduced Inequalities.
This chapter advances the UN SDG goals 11 and 10 by developing a practical philosophy that elaborates elements from the Indigenous knowledge system for hybrid epistemologies from which actions can be developed for disaster risk reduction.

Multi-Hazard Vulnerability and Resilience Building: Cross Cutting Issues, 2023, Pages 347-361

This chapter advances the UN SDG goals 11 and 10 by contextualizing how the integration of indigenous practice and scientific knowledge of DRR can support development organizations and policymakers in planning effective and practical activities to mitigate and manage disaster risk in indigenous communities. This conceptual article argues that indigenous knowledge can assist in becoming more aware of disaster risks, implementing a successful local disaster management plan, and conducting scientific research and training.