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Special issue of the International Journal of Medical Informatics with DBMI faculty as editors

A special issue of the International Journal of Medical Informatics on “Leveraging Data and Information Systems on the Sustainable Development Goals” was recently published, DBMI faculty Damian Borbolla (Assistant Professor) and David Novillo Ortiz (DBMI Adjunct faculty and World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe) together with Heimar De Fatima Marin (Federal University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil), Yuri Quintana (Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA) and John Holmes (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA) are the editors.

In this special issue, readers will find studies highlighting innovative approaches and informatics methodologies for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and lessons learned from digital solutions. The papers included cover a range of issues related to governance, emerging data solutions for modelling and analytics, standards and interoperability, and targeted interventions focused on clinical outcomes, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), behavioral risk factors and cancer, and immunization.

Elsevier is providing free access to all papers for a 3-month period. See: