New and forthcoming publications 4th quarter 2021

Karger Bulletin 4, 2021

Dear readers,

Portrait Gabriella Karger

We have signed the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Publishers Compact, a pledge consisting of ten steps to which we have committed to help achieve the SDGs. We endorse the SDGs and particularly focus on two of the seventeen goals: #3 Good Health and Well-Being and #7 Affordable and Clean Energy.

We see it as our responsibility and are committed to contributing to a more sustainable future. Even as a medium-sized business, we would like to play our part. The SDG #3, Good Health and Well-Being, is in line with our strategy, which aims to serve the information needs of our stakeholders in the ‘Cycle of Knowledge in Health Sciences.’ To illustrate how we support the SDGs, we are making a selection of articles pertaining to SDG #3 free to read.

For more information on our commitment to the SDGs, please refer to our dedicated landing page.

Yours sincerely,
Signatur Gabriella Karger

New Releases


Forthcoming Publications

Classics

Fast Facts: Digital Medicine
The Fabric of the Human Body
Fast Facts: Managing immune-related Adverse Events in Oncology
Graves' Orbitopathy
A History of Neuropsychology
ISCN 2020
Nutritional Care of Preterm Infants
Peritoneal Dialysis Manual
Practical Algorithms in Pediatric Endocrinology
SickKids Handbook of Pediatric Thrombosis and Hemostasis
Unveiling Diabetes - Historical Milestones in Diabetology
Well-Being Therapy

Supplement & Special Topic Issues

Digital and Computational Cytology: What Is in the Horizon
Evolution of Natural and Drug-Sensitive Reward in Addiction
IFMSS 2019
Onkologie und Ökonomie - wie frei sind wir wirklich in der Behandlung von Patient*innen?
Targeted Therapies for Neurodevelopmental Disorders
The Many Facets of ASD in Children, Youth, and Young Adults

News

We are pleased to announce the launch of our latest product from the PACS series: Partner Portals – Biomedicine Hub

Partner Portals are platinum Open Access journal sections managed by individual research organizations that increase the global visibility and recognition of their scientific research. They provide a publishing platform to early-career institutional researchers within one or more specialized fields, retaining the interdisciplinary and open approach of the main Karger journal to which they belong: Biomedicine Hub.

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