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The "Italian Atlas of mortality inequalities by educational level", carried out by the National Institute for the promotion of the health of migrant populations and the fight against poverty diseases in collaboration with Istat has been published.

"Cancer numbers in Italy" was presented in Turin. The publication is the result of the consolidated collaboration between the Italian Association of Medical Oncology and the Italian Association of Cancer Registries, in addition to the AIOM Foundation and PASSI in this eighth edition of the volume.

"Health at a Glance" is the European Commission report which, through a descriptive comparison of the various EU countries, offers an overview of the health status of citizens and the degree of efficiency of health systems.

The first issue of the OMEGA-NET newsletter is online. OMEGA-NET is the European COST action aimed at the coordination and harmonization of employment and population cohorts.

The second edition of the workshop "Biostatistics: a meeting point between mathematics and medicine" will be held on March 11th at the Great Hall of the Palace of the Rectorate of the University of the Studies of Turin.

On the occasion of the meeting dedicated to the new AIRTum Manual, scheduled in Biella on 28 February, a seminar will take place in memory of Adriano Giacomin, founder and manager of the Cancer Registry of the province of Biella, two years after his death.

Registration for the XXXII edition of the Epidemiology Residential Summer Course organized by the European Educational Program in Epidemiology scheduled in Florence from 17 June to 5 July 2019 is now open.

The NINFEA project, one of the largest birth cohorts in Europe and the and the largest cohort in Italy, is growing: soon the first mothers enrolled will be invited to involve their children in the online compilation of the questionnaires.

The course dedicated to causal inference, promoted by the Italian Society of Medical Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology together with the Department of Statistics and Quantitative Methods, University of Milan-Bicocca, and the Department of Medical Sciences, University of Turin, will be held in Milan from December 17th to 19th.