Neil Morte

United States Georgia Southern University

Poster

Commented on Prevalence of food taboo during pregnancy in Ethiopia: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Because of taboos and norms and what is prohibited, would food taboos be related to having a form of eating disorder viewed by another country?

Funding

Commented on Rural Health Clinic Behavioral Health Program
Quality and sustainability is key for rural areas, so these investments are great.

Hub

Commented on Access to scientific infrastructure
Scientific infrastructures have been underestimated: https://www.elsevier.com/connect/the-growing-importance-of-research-infrastructures

Poster

Commented on Emergent transvenous cardiac pacing in the emergency department: a case series
Demonstrates the need for training with EP's not being exposed to it, so that integration may be needed for the skill to used in this setting.

Webinar

Commented on Landscapes, Global Change, and Health
Our environment plays a bigger role than we may think in terms of health outcomes and what we regulate for our climate can have huge impacts on health.

Webinar

Commented on NISS/FCSM AI in Federal Government: Challenges in Confidentiality, Privacy, and Ethics for Use of AI
Transparency is absolutely key because the power of AI will only grow and there are regulations needed to ensure ethical and responsible use.

Webinar

Commented on Hidden Hazards: Water Table Flooding and Coastal Contamination
This is very important and helpful they are tracking this because that flooding can create huge impacts.

Article

Commented on Myocarditis following mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccines: correspondence
It is very important to preface information where this can have potential negative effects and not be clear on if it is based on the vaccine. It is the high level of transparency that is important to communicate to the public where the evidence and conclusions may be misled.

Hub

Commented on statistical analysis
Hi Huda, What statistical methods and/packages do you utilize and are most comfortable with?

Webinar

Commented on Exploring the potential of native Brazilian fruits for the production of novel low-alcohol fermented beverages
Interesting to see alternatives and this trend of these types of drinks. It can open up a lot of options.

Webinar

Commented on Fighting off journal rejections on the path to manuscript acceptance
Really helpful in preparation of a manuscript and submission to avoid common errors.

Article

Commented on The Anchor Strategy — A Place-Based Business Approach for Health Equity
Building across communities and investing in places that need more resources, I can see how that can address health inequity and build community and having growth.

Article

Commented on It’s Written on Your Face: How Emotional Variation in Super Bowl Advertisements Influences Ad Liking
With this event coming up in a week, commercials really do make us feel different things and the combination of what we feel can definitely determine if we as consumers like the ad or not.

Article

Commented on Research on sports reform in the network era based on educational psychology in the context of the COVID-19
In this day and age, adaptation is key especially when it comes to online education and figuring out how to best create the learning environment and experience for various majors or subjects.

Funding

Commented on Education Activities for Responsible Analyses of Complex, Large-Scale Data (R25- Clinical Trial Not Allowed)
I think this is great to enhance the research workforce and how to approach large datasets: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-DA-24-027.html for more information