This month, in line with the WHO’s 75th anniversary, we’re highlighting the latest papers on SSRN which focus on health across world. These paper topics cover a wide range, including AI in health, the impacts of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, air quality and Covid-19.
Below are a list of papers which have been tweeted through our Twitter account, or will be in the coming week. We’ll continue to add papers as the month goes on.
SSRN has also just released a new Special Topic Hub called World Health, which highlights early-stage research focused on improving health, well-being, and quality of life. You can view all the latest preprints on health through this topic hub.
- Evaluation of Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) Impacts on NO2 and Traffic
- Health Effects from Domestic Use of Gaseous and Liquid Fuels for Cooking and Heating in High, Middle and Low-Income Countries: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
- Information and Vaccination: When Does Communication Reduce Hesitancy?
- International Organizations and the Global Governance of AI in Health
- Iodine in Plant-Based Dairy Products is Not Sufficient in the UK: A Market Survey
- Mental Health Professionals in China from 2017 to 2019: More Educated, Better Paid, but Less Satisfied
- Measuring Psychological Response to Pandemics: Further Psychometric Investigation of the COVID Stress Scales
- Putting ChatGPT’s Medical Advice to the (Turing) Test
- Surface Water Pollution Prevention Process as a Complementary Method to Industrial Wastewater Treatment for Better Protection of the Environment & Public Health
- The Fall of FDA Review
- Three Years into the Pandemic: Results of the Longitudinal German COPSY Study on Youth Mental Health and Health-Related Quality of Life
- Ukrainian syndrome. Youth in Ukraine in the face of a 2022-Full-scale Russian invasion
- User Experiences of an Online Therapist-Guided Psychotherapy Platform: A Cross-Sectional Study
- Using a Google Web Search Analysis to Assess the Utility of ChatGPT Using Family Medicine Guidelines
Have we missed a great paper on health? Let us know in the comments.