Elsevier,

Diagnosis and Management in Dementia, Volume 1, August 2020, Pages 3-15

This book chapter advances SDGs 3 and 17 by reviewing how to diagnosis mixed dementias.
Elsevier,

Diagnosis and Management in Dementia, Volume 1, August 2020, Pages 127-146

This book chapter advances SDGs 3 and 17 by focusing on providing a brief overview of genes associated with sporadic (late-onset) Alzheimer's disease (AD). Despite decades of research, no current and reliable test is currently available for the diagnosis of AD. Genetic biomarkers are promising for both diagnostic tools and tailored profiling therapy.
This book chapter advances SDGs 3 and 17 by discussing available data regarding the effects of genetic variants on the clinical and pathological characteristics of “frontotemporal dementia” (FTD). The term “frontotemporal dementia” (FTD) defines a group of related diseases resulting from progressive degeneration of the temporal and frontal lobes. These areas play a significant role in decision-making, behavioral control, emotion, language, and motor functions.
Elsevier,

Diagnosis and Management in Dementia, Volume 1, August 2020, Pages 665-680

This book chapter advances SDGs 3 and 17 by describing how acute hospital settings can affect the care of patients with dementia. As well as changes to the physical hospital environment, this requires an enhanced focus on key strategies such as reliable identification of cognitive impairment, access to comprehensive geriatric assessment, prevention and management of delirium, and timely discharge planning are included in the chapter.
This book chapter advances SDGs 3 and 17 by reviewing pathological and functional outcomes of both preventative and therapeutic environmental enrichment on commonly used mouse models of amyloid pathology.
Elsevier,

Diagnosis and Management in Dementia, Volume 1, August 2020, Pages 827-842

This book chapter advances SDGs 3 and 17 by discussing the potential impact of dementia on creativity, physical activity, and exercise participation and whether exercise and creativity may each exert individual effects on the maintenance and/or facilitation of cognitive health. This chapter explores the context of biological and theoretical mechanisms underlying dementia and provide recommendations for future research experiments unifying physical exercise and creative activities into tailored interventions designed to better comprehend this disease and perhaps counteract the devastating implications dementia prognoses present to optimal physical and mental functioning across the human life span.
Elsevier,

Reaching Net Zero, What It Takes to Solve the Global Climate Crisis, 2020, Pages 107-122

This book chapter advances SDG 11, 13, 17 by describing the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and other reports on the need to limit global temperature increase to 2.0°C and preferably 1.5°C. The chapter outlines possible scenarios and introduces the concept of “net zero” by 2050, the essential elimination of greenhouse gas emissions. The chapter also discusses why this deadline is not achievable and presents a more likely scenario.
Elsevier, Annals of Epidemiology, Volume 47, July 2020
Purpose: Given incomplete data reporting by race, we used data on COVID-19 cases and deaths in U.S. counties to describe racial disparities in COVID-19 disease and death and associated determinants.
As the world of research moves towards open access, publishers have a further task – ensuring the knowledge gap between the Global North and Global South continues to close. Contributing to SDGs 10 and 17, this paper provides an evidence base supporting practical recommendations towards the equitable and inclusive shift towards open access

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