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PLOS Digital Health, a new journal driving transformation in the delivery of equitable and unbiased healthcare

April 29, 2022

PLOS Digital Health, a new journal driving transformation in the delivery of equitable and unbiased healthcare

The PLOS Digital Health Editor-in-Chief, Leo Anthony Celi, outlines the ways in which the journal aims to achieve our mission to drive transformation in the delivery of equitable and unbiased healthcare through ethically conducted, impactful, immediately accessible research from a diverse community around the world.

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04/05/2022

Research Article

Generalizability challenges of mortality risk prediction models: A retrospective analysis on a multi-center database

 In this retrospective cross-sectional study based on a multi-center critical care database, Singh et al, find that mortality risk prediction models developed in one hospital or geographic region exhibited lack of generalizability to different hospitals or regions. Moreover, distribution of clinical variables significantly varied across hospitals and regions.


Generalizability challenges of mortality risk prediction models: A retrospective analysis on a multi-center database

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03/17/2022

Research Article

Individual illness dynamics: An analysis of children with sepsis admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit

Patterns of illness recovery and decline may be important to understand the illness course during a critical care admission. This paper from Kausch et al, highlights a novel approach to characterizing these patterns of change in illness severity, revealing that higher entropy is associated with more negative outcomes during a pediatric critical care admission.


Individual illness dynamics: An analysis of children with sepsis admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit

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