This book chapter addresses SDG 3 and 12 by explaining the complexity of the food industry in North America and that food employees have a responsibility to use proper food handling practices.
This paper highlights increased awareness of the need for countries to increase financing for universal health coverage in Low and middle-income countries.
The identified thematic gaps in Kenyan school books, particularly regarding sanitation, hygiene, and menstrual hygiene education, align with global WASH priorities and require urgent attention, especially in light of COVID-19. Addressing disconnects between educational content, WASH interventions, policies, and implementation highlights the necessity for improved integration to foster sustainable behavior change, emphasizing the importance of leveraging local educational materials and knowledge to engage teachers and school managers effectively and enhance WASH practices in schools. [low-income country and hotspot school]
What is Imposter Syndrome, whom does it affect, and when, and why is it important to recognize?
Elsevier, American Journal of Kidney Diseases, Volume 77, June 2021
Kidney disease continues to manifest stark racial inequities in the United States, revealing the entrenchment of racism and bias within multiple facets of society, including in our institutions, pract
Background: COVID-19 spread rapidly in Brazil despite the country's well established health and social protection systems.
Background: Approximately 80% of the 463 million adults worldwide with diabetes live in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs).
Background: Simulation-based experiences provide learning opportunities into the world of people living with dementia, however limited research into its effectiveness exists.
Given the growing interest in systemic design, there is a demand for designerly approaches that can aid practitioners in catalyzing social systems change.

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