Details:Techlace System Replaces the D-Rings with laces for ultimate comfortL6 Boa Dial allows you to adjust each millimeter easilyPull-to-Release function for easy removalEaston EC70 Carbon Composite Outsole transfers power directly into pedals
The Sentrie Techlace offers elite-level performance with the comfort of laces and the convenience of a strap. The techlace system replaces D-rings and other hardware with laces, providing a more supple feel across the for forefoot, and the laces can be easily replaced if damaged. The Boa L6 dial offers 1mm adjustment increments when tightening and easy pull-to-release function for quick in and out of the shoe. The Sentrie Techlace is constructed with a lightweight bonded and welded breathable upper and an Easton EC70 carbon composite outsole. Inside the shoe, our SuperNatural Fit footbed features adjustable arch supports to personalise fit, comfort and pedalling efficiency.
Launched to mark Pride Month, our new Guest Edited collection welcomes research into how inclusive public health programs can tackle LGBTQ+ health inequalities and address health issues seen in this population. Open to submissions until March 2022.
BMC Public Health is committed to playing a role in advancing progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by supporting researchers in disseminating their related work and showcasing this to assist policy-makers, governments and humanitarian organizations in making research-backed decisions to advance the international well-being agenda.
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BMC Public Health is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on the epidemiology of disease and the understanding of all aspects of public health. The journal has a special focus on the social determinants of health, the environmental, behavioral, and occupational correlates of health and disease, and the impact of health policies, practices and interventions on the community. BMC Public Health does not publish clinical research: this should be submitted to the relevant BMC Series medical journal.
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Introducing the BMC Series SDG Editorial Board Members: Melissa Willoughby
Melissa Willoughby is an Editorial Board Member of BMC Public Health. She specializes in the health of marginalized populations with a focus on violence, criminal justice and gender, relating to SDG 5, achieving gender equality and empowerment for all women and girls and SDG 16, promoting peaceful and inclusive societies.
In recognition of World Patient Safety Awareness day on 17th September, the BMC Series presents a focus issue on Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in research. We have collated free-to-read content from across our journals - showcasing patient perspectives, research into the study of PPI, and engaging public partners as co-authors in research.
In celebration of World Breastfeeding week in the beginning of August, the BMC Series presents a focus issue on Breastfeeding. We have collated open-access content from across our journals to highlight research into breastfeeding behaviors and care for lactating women, infant and child health, biology of breastfeeding, and more.