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Child and Adolescent Online Risk Exposure An Ecological Perspective 2021, Pages 255-281

This book chapter advances SDG3 Good Health and Wellbeing and SDG 10 Reducing Inequalities by reviewing existing literature examining youth with disabilities involved in cyberbullying and/or cybervictimization.
To help create awareness and take steps towards eliminating violence against women, November 25th is designated as International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Elsevier has curated a freely available Special Collection of book chapters and journal articles related to this important theme to highlight the urgent need to end violence against women and girls.
A review of the Mental Health Act reform and how it is a shift toward preventative measures along with a call for new measures.
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Public Health in Practice, Volume 2, November 2021

Assessment of mental health in Nigeria and how it compares to the rest of Africa and the world.
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Forensic Science International: Mind and Law, Volume 2, November 2021

A look at forensic psychiatry in Africa and how it's developed.
Research into how cyclones are becoming more common due to climate change and the affects cyclones can have on disease outbreaks, resulting in a greater risk to public health.
This is a jointly-published editorial in line with the UN General Assembly to encourage the policy to be adopted but also to raise the profile of health professionals in the debate over climate change.
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International Journal of Nursing Studies, Volume 123, November 2021

A plea to all nurses and midwives to join a global movement to avert a disaster on a global scale before it is too late.
The findings from this study support SDGs 10 and 3 by suggesting that mental and physical health impairments following COVID-19 hospitalisation are only weakly associated with the severity of the acute illness, and that other underlying mechanisms are involved. There is a potential to stratify and personalise care to reduce the burden of disease after hospitalisation.

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