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Professor Johannes van Goudoever and Dr Britt van Keulen join Hannah Linne, Senior Editor at eClinicalMedicine, to discuss the role of human breast milk in infant immunity, and their research focusing on comparing breast milk antibody responses after vaccination with four different COVID-19 vaccines.Read the full article:Comparing the human milk antibody response after vaccination with four COVID-19 vaccines: A prospective, longitudinal cohort study in the Netherlands
Fiona Alderdice joins eClinicalMedicine to discuss anxiety and post-traumatic stress among the parents of babies admitted to neonatal units.Read the full article:Prevalence of anxiety and post-traumatic stress (PTS) among the parents of babies admitted to neonatal units: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Tiffany O’Connor, a clinical neuropsychologist based at Simon Fraser University, discusses her recent research into traumatic brain injury amongst precariously housed persons.Read the full article:Traumatic brain injury in precariously housed persons
Prasad Kulkarni, Medical Director of the Serum Institute of India, discusses his recent phase 2/3 trial on the Covishield vaccine published in eClinicalMedicine, as well as its implications for COVID vaccine development in general. 
Mariko Hosozawa discusses the paper newly published in eClinicalMedicine, "Bullying victimisation in adolescence: prevalence and inequalities by gender, socioeconomic status and academic performance across 71 countries".Read the full article:https://www.thelancet.com/journals/eclinm/article/PIIS2589-5370(21)00422-3/fulltext
Women are underrepresented in healthcare leadership, yet evidence on impactful organisational strategies, practices and policies that advance women's careers are limited. Helena Teede and Mariam Mousa join Arianna Colosio to discuss solutions.Further reading:Advancing women in healthcare leadership: A systematic review and meta-synthesis of multi-sector evidence on organisational interventions
Dr Lauren Nephew, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Indiana University School of Medicine, joins Francesca Busuttil and Derek Anane, Senior Editors for eClinicalMedicine, to discuss her research focusing on disparities in liver transplantation, as well as racial and ethnic inequity in healthcare more broadly.
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