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Beaulieu, M., & Bentahar, O. (2021). Digitalization of the healthcare supply chain: A roadmap to generate benefits and effectively support healthcare delivery. Technological forecasting and social change, 167, 120717.

Authors Beaulieu and Bentahar, in the article Digitization of the healthcare supply chain: a roadmap to generate benefits and effectively support healthcare delivery, published in 2021, outlined that despite the significance of digitization in the healthcare supply chain system, it needs to be structured to enable it to adapt to new innovative ideas. The study aimed to provide a critical analysis of the strengths of digitization for the supply chain, particularly in the medical sector. When cross-referenced with the purpose of the study, the peer review is questionable since its purpose does not align with that of the research paper. Despite the authors having authority in their respective industries, it covers general topics that do not align with the key points. To some extent, it is essential since the theoretical concept is highly applicable to addressing and supporting key points.

Hülür, G., & Macdonald, B. (2020). Rethinking social relationships in old age: Digitalization and the social lives of older adults. American Psychologist, 75(4), 554.

In the article entitled Rethinking social relations in old age: digitalization and the social lives of older adults, authors Hulur Gizem and Macdonald B. illustrated that digital technology has fast grown into a platform shaping social lives – for instance, it is a driving force in societal change, crafting all norms of livelihoods, particularly social relations. Despite the context of the source presenting a questionable score, its currency is up to date without any update. The information relates to the relevance since it correlates with why the generation Z application and use of digital technology differ from that of other generations. Besides, the information covered is highly accepted in the professional cybersecurity sector despite its indirect support to the key points.

Maffey, G., Homans, H., Banks, K., & Arts, K. (2015). Digital technology and human development: A charter for nature conservation. Ambio, 44(4), 527-537.

In the peer-review article entitled Digital technology and human development: a charter for natural Conservation, author Maffey D. and co-authors Homans H., Bank K., and Arts K. proposed a conservation charter aimed at establishing balance and sustainability in human development and digital technology through natural Conservation. Unfortunately, the data gathered from this source is good – earning it a score of 40-44 since the authors not only inform but persuade the audience that the correlation between human development and digital technology is a conservation charter. Despite being recently published – in 2015- the study’s authority is integral since scholars in the entrepreneurial, research, and sustainability sector shared ideas to compose the entire article that indirectly supports the study’s claim.

All three sources came from the Shapiro Library A-Z Database.