Elsevier,

The Lancet Global Health, Volume 7, Issue 7, July 2019, Pages e872-e882

This article addresses SDGs 3, 5, and 8 by highlighting that many female migrant domestic workers and live-in carers experience physical, verbal, and sexual abuse and assaults, most often perpetrated by their employers.
This article addresses SDGs 3 and 5 by assessing the effectiveness of an online intervention tool for women experiencing intimate partner violence in Australia. The study found no meaningful improvement in self-efficacy or depressive symptoms overall, but some women reported benefits with the intervention, highlighting the need to further develop and refine online decision aids for this purpose.
This book chapter addresses SDG 5 with delivering key career advice collected from 23 female professors specific for young women.
The number of countries with a national development plan has more than doubled, from about 62 in 2006 to 134 in 2018. This paper analyses the resurgence of national development planning, identifies the types and content of the plans, and their implications and interactions with the SDGs and the global development agenda.
Elsevier,

Sex Differences in Cardiovascular Physiology and Pathophysiology, Academic Press, 2019, Pages 41-59

The book chapter addresses SDG 5 by taking a comprehensive look into the often overlooked and underappreciated fundamental sex differences between men and women and how those differences affect the cardiovascular system.
Elsevier,

Sex Differences in Cardiovascular Physiology and Pathophysiology, Academic Press, 2019, Pages 185-201

This book chapter addresses SDG 3 and 5 by reviewing the differences in awareness, risk factors, pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnostic evaluation, and management between men and women with coronary artery disease (CAD).
Elsevier,

Neuron, Volume 102, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 13-16, ISSN 0896-6273,

This journal article addresses SDGs 3 and 5 by discussing how women's mental health should be prioritised following giving birth, in light of the prevalence of depression among new mothers and the detrimental effects this can have on families.
"The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) collectively lay down a challenge to researchers, practitioners and policy makers: akin to the concept of the indivisibility of human rights from one another, the SDGs also recognise the interconnectedness of sectors for development, referring to “human rights” in a number of Goals. While long overdue, this interconnectedness presents perhaps the biggest development challenge of all: how to programme and govern such interrelations and complexity in order to promote and safeguard the wellbeing of humans and the planet. Drawing insights from the fields of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and population dynamics that have been particularly associated with SGDs 3 (health) and 5 (gender), this commentary critiques current debates in research, practice and policy spheres to discuss how the rights-based approaches of SRHR could transform human and planetary health across the SGDs. Our paper showcases innovative responses to the inter-sector challenge and considers future actions and directions in the context of climate change and the One Health concept. It also considers whether the way in which the SDGs are being interpreted and implemented holds back cross-sectoral implementation which prevents or delays practitioners, policy makers and academics from turning the often-promoted mantra of “integration” into sustainable actions. "
This book chapter advances SDG 5 and 10 by investigating how to confront bias and prejudice through online and social media platforms.
This book chapter advances SDG 5 and 10 by investigating how to navigate and confront biases and discrimination while preserving a positive impression and reducing biases.

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