Understanding Uniqueness and Diversity in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 2018, Pages 263-287

This chapter addresses Goal 3 by exploring the use of telepsychiatry to make child and adolescent mental health care more accessible in low-and middle-income countries.

Understanding Uniqueness and Diversity in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 2018, Pages 195-222

This chapter supports SDGs 3 and 16 by exploring tools for diagnosis, crisis management, and psychotherapy for child and adolescent refugees.

Better Living with Dementia, Implications for Individuals, Families, Communities, and Societies, 2018, Pages 247-264

This chapter addresses goal 3 by discussing the transformative actions that need to occur at each level of our social ecological model to support or result in comprehensive dementia care.

Psychology and Climate Change, 2018, Pages 95-124

This book chapter advances SDGs 10 and 13 by explaining how current psychological perspectives on social identity, identity-based motivation, and belonging help shape public engagement and identify key social psychological processes that may contribute to persistent and substantial disparities in the environmental sector.

In this special issue of Current Biology, the ocean presents a challenging environment for study while also exhibiting some of the most profound and disruptive symptoms of global change.
Elsevier, Geoforum, Volume 91, May 2018
The group of basic problems that determine the existence of mankind involves the surplus of food for some and the malnutrition of others. There is an opinion that ensuring food security is an integrated task of agriculture and political will, combined with the logistics of product delivery. Despite joint efforts and various UN programs to combat hunger, only short-term local results have been achieved. Food security, especially in the global sense, has not yet been implemented, and there are reasons for this.
Elsevier, Marine Policy, Volume 91, May 2018
In spite of the growing attention towards the overall quality of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), most empirical studies so far have narrowly focused their assessments on specific natural or social features and governing structures. In response, this study analyzed multi-use MPAs in the eelgrass restoration site in Hinase, Okayama, Japan in their environmental, economic and social dimensions. Considering changes in time and space as well as internal and external influences, the study faced many difficulties in dealing with the dynamics of MPA environments.
Elsevier, Nurse Education Today, Volume 64, May 2018
Background: An inclusive health curriculum within undergraduate and continuing professional development programmes (CPD) should include issues related to people whom identify as LGBT+. Objectives: The aim of this systematic review was to examine the education and training requirements of undergraduate students and health professionals regarding the inclusion of LGBT+ health issues. Design: A systematic review of the available published empirical studies.
Elsevier, Health and Place, Volume 51, May 2018
Deforestation worldwide could have important consequences for diet quality and human nutrition given the numerous ecosystem services that are provided by forests and biodiverse landscapes. Yet, empirical research assessing the links between deforestation and diets is lacking. In this study, we examined the association between deforestation and diet diversity among children using geolocated Demographic and Health Survey data for 33,777 children across 15 countries of sub-Saharan Africa coupled with remotely-sensed data on forest cover loss.

FinTech and the Remaking of Financial Institutions, 2018, Pages 315-330

This chapter advances goals 3, 5 and 8 by examining how to balance a need for strong incentives for start-up innovation with the resulting increased inequality of incomes.