Our most popular stories from 2021

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From Young Physician Leaders (YPL) to IAP Statements, these were our 10 most-read articles of the year

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  1. Meet the next generation of IAP Young Physician Leaders: the 2021 cohort is here
    Meet 24 outstanding young physicians below the age of 40 from all over the world
  2. Science education: purpose, methods, ideas and teaching resources
    Discover the best method of teaching science and download free teaching resources
  3. World Immunization Week: check our new infographic on COVID-19 vaccines and fight vaccine hesitancy with IAP
    Discover IAP's new communication and outreach tools and use them to explain how #VaccinesWork
  4. IAP endorses Tianjin Biosecurity Guidelines
    A set of 10 guiding principles and standards of conduct designed to underpin biosecurity governance at national and institutional levels
  5. COVID-19 threatens to lead to a “lost generation” of researchers, say international scholar networks
    IAP and GYA lay out recommendations to mitigate the harms of COVID-19 and seize on the opportunities to improve higher education systems around the world
  6. IAP YPL alumnus appointed as a member of the Technical Advisory Committee of the WHO
    Paramdeep Singh joins the clinical diagnosis, imaging and microscopy cross-cutting sub-group of the WHO Diagnostic Technical Advisory Group (DTAG) for Neglected Tropical Diseases
  7. World academies call for protection of marine environments
    IAP urges world leaders to improve ocean health by stopping habitat destruction and the spread of environmental contaminants, fighting climate change and overexploitation, and adopting evidence-based policies
  8. World academies’ put regenerative medicine opportunities and challenges in the spotlight
    A new IAP Statement highlights medical opportunities in addressing the causes of disease and warns against the misuse of regenerative medicine technologies – also when it comes to the proposed use of stem cells to tackle COVID-19
  9. World academies launch an action plan to combat both climate change and biodiversity decline
    The new IAP Statement highlights that climate and biodiversity policies are currently insufficiently connected and addressing climate change and biodiversity decline together is central to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  10. Highlights of IAP Survey on Predatory Journals and Conferences out now
    Researchers around the world share their perspectives on predatory practices


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