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Monday, June 11, 2018

Potentially Harmful Treatments for Children-- Springer Nature Agrees





I received this email this morning and can't help boasting-- in addition, though, I want to thank Bruce Thyer, the editor of Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, who nominated this article and has been enormously supportive of concerns about alternative treatments for children.
If you're interested in children's welfare, please take the chance to read this article for free! Click on the social sciences box after using the link.




Change the World, One Article at a Time




Dear Jean Mercer,




We asked our Editors-in-Chief across Springer Nature journals to nominate just one articlepublished in their journal in 2017 that could help humanity and protect and preserve our planet.

We are happy to let you know that your article was selected:

You can find your article on our Change the World website alongside other outstanding work across Springer Nature.





Please do share with your friends and colleagues and let them know that “My article can change the world! Read it here




About Change the World




Despite living in an age of unprecedented advancements across science, technology and medicine, the world still faces many challenges which affect both our environment and welfare.

Now in its third year, our Change the World initiative asks the Editors-in-Chief of Springer Nature journals to select the scientific findings published in the past year that they believe could have the greatest impact on society’s most pressing problems.




See all the articles in our Change the World initiative in 2018:





We are delighted to feature your article as part of our initiative.  Thank you for submitting your research to one of our journals.
 
Best wishes,
Springer Nature





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