Elsevier,

Environment International, Volume 158, January 2022, article 106984

Research on the impacts of climate change on mental health and mental health-related systems will assist decision-makers to develop robust evidence-based mitigation and adaptation policies and plans with the potential for broad benefits to society and the environment.
Additional sources of information to self-reports are needed for the detection of disabling mental and musculoskeletal disorders prior to older age.
The menopausal transition is often accompanied by psycho-vegetative symptoms, including stress and anxiety symptoms. Several psychological interventions are available for stress reduction.
It is important to identify factors that mitigate the impact of racism-related stress and adversity on birth outcomes.
This book chapter advances SDG #3 and #10 by focusing on an emblematic delayed-onset pathology often seen after traumatic brain injury—Alzheimer’s disease—and explain its relationship with chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
Experience of domestic violence has been suggested as a risk factor for diabetes. Longitudinal data from 5782 Australian women over 20 years were analysed. Childhood sexual abuse and intimate partner violence predicted subsequent diabetes. The association was only partly attenuated when obesity was taken into account. Awareness of a history of abuse may help in the management of obesity and diabetes in women.
Elsevier,

The Chromosome 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment
2022, Pages 322-337

This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing as well as Goal 10: Reducing Inequalities by providing a biopsychosocial approach that is key to optimal outcomes for patients with psychiatric illnesses.
Elsevier,

Current Opinion in Psychology,
Volume 48,
2022,
101460

This article ties to SDG 3, by offering a framework to better understand the health disparities and appropriate interventions for refugee children
Examines multiple forms of adolescent violence perpetration across gender, racial/ethnic, and sexual identities. Boys reported greater rates of perpetration than girls, except for teen dating violence. Perpetration rates did not differ for intersection of gender by race/ethnicity. Perpetration rates varied across racial/ethnic, sexual, and gender minority students compared to non-minority students.
Authors discuss the ExTRAPPOLATE project, which applied the principles of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in the development of an automated feedback system for psychological therapists, ‘AutoCICS’. Suggest that RRI has the potential to address earlier problems of machine learning applications when applied to healthcare.

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