"Association or causation in miasmas and mixtures: Current reflections on Bradford Hill's 1965 contribution to Public Health" is the title of the workshop organized by the Royal Society of Medicine in London, on October 13 to 14, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the conference Bradford Hill on "Environment and disease: association or causation."

The workshop aims to address the critical issues for the public and environmental health raised during the Bradford Hill Conference and, in light of current knowledge about the multi-causality and complexity, to reassess its approach to these critical issues to avoid or contain the damage to public health and living environments. Renowned international speakers will discuss and will discuss with participants from key stakeholder groups in national assessment committees of the risks at European level, as well as politicians and representatives of the academic world.

Speakers: Abee Boyles, Elisabeth Cardis, Carl Cranor, David Gee, Philippe Grandjean, Lennart Hardell, Andreas Kortenkamp, ​​Raymond Neutra, Richard Peto, Geof Rayner, Kenneth Rothman, Christina Ruden, Kurt Straif, Jan Vandenbroucke, Paul vineis, Tracey Woodruff.

The meeting is organized by the Section of Epidemiology and Public Health of the Royal Society of Medicine, in collaboration with Brunel University in London, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Imperial College London.

Further information is available on the website of Royal Society of Medicine .