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A review of the Mental Health Act reform and how it is a shift toward preventative measures along with a call for new measures.
Surgeon General Jerome Adams issued a Call to Action to implement the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. Priorities include adopting a public health approach, focusing on socioeconomic risks, and improving suicide-related data.

Preventive Medicine, Volume 152, Part 1, September 2021

This review summarizes recent research in four environmental areas affecting risk of deaths by suicide: political, social, cultural and economic.
Factors previously associated with suicide are associated with risk of suicidal and self-harm behaviors in cyberbullying.
The study aimed to investigate the prevalence of anxiety, depression, and insomnia symptoms among healthcare workers and the factors related to these mental health issues.
The health impacts of the climate crisis demand that health systems adapt their practices and mitigate their carbon emissions. Contributing to SDGs 4, 11 and 13, this article argues that health services and policy research (HSPR) is crucial for the transformation of these systems.
The purpose of this article is to provide a high-yield background of foundational health equity and disparity concepts for radiology trainees, from which additional educational curricula may be derived. Specifically, this article will discuss the fundamental socioeconomic factors known to contribute to discrepant access and use of imaging services, followed by areas in radiology with well-documented disparities of which trainees should be aware.
This case study explores the ICT literacy level of smallholder farmers in Msinga, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, to better understand ways in which to enhance the use of ICT and the adoption of ICT for weather forecasting.

Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology, Volume 50/Issue 2, March-April 2021, pages 115-118

This article advances SDG 4 and 5 by exploring the gender disparity among Canadian interventional radiologists, highlights the attrition of women through their radiology training, and discusses recruitment strategies to increase diversity in this rewarding field.