SaluTO starts today. The event is organized by the School of Medicine of Turin, in collaboration with the City of Turin, to promote direct confrontation between citizens, medicine and research.
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Improve women's lifestyles to reduce the incidence of tumors and other chronic non-communicable diseases. This is the goal of the SMART project just started in Turin.
On behalf of the Regional Health Authority and in the framework of the permanent training programme for cancer screening professionals, CRPT (Centro di Riferimento per la Prevenzione dei Tumori e il supporto all’assistenza e alla ricerca clinica) has organised the usual annual Workshops on breast, cervical and colorectal cancer (...)
CPO Piemonte offers two training days entirely dedicated to the basics of SAS programming for the creation and maintenance of databases.
The regional Prevenzione Serena program updated data, relating to the years 2017 and 2018, are online as the result of collaboration between the regional screening operators and the CPO Piedmont.
Edited by the Italian Cervicocarcinoma Group, the information sheet dedicated to the acronyms used in cervical cancer screening has been updated and is available online.
The report of the Regional Operations Centers for the collection of malignant tumors with high fraction attributable to occupational exposures in Piedmont offers a summary of the data collected in over twenty years of activity.
The results of the recent evaluation by the International Agency for Research on Cancer of the carcinogenicity of night shift work have now been published in The Lancet Oncology.
Within the EASY-NET Network Program, seven annual scholarships are awarded for data manager, IT and statistics profiles. The deadline is on August 29.
The kick-off meeting of the EASY-NET network program officially started the project funded by the Ministry of Health and co-financed by the Regions of Piedmont, Lombardy, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Emilia Romagna, Lazio, Calabria, Sicily.
The statistics on mesothelioma cases, pleural and peritoneal, occurring among the regional population between 1990 and 2016 were updated.
A new IARC publication highlights the great variations in cancer incidence, survival and mortality, which exist between countries and, within the same countries, between different social groups.
Every day 88 citizens of Piedmont receive a diagnosis of malignancy: identify them, follow the procedure, evaluate the outcomes of the therapies is the task of the Cancer Registry, active in Piedmont for over half a century. The slides of the Conference are online.
The materials produced during the final meeting of the Lifepath project, held on 26 and 27 March in Geneva, dedicated to investigate the link between socioeconomic status and health are online.
How does pervasive information improve the decision-making process of women participating to mammography screening? The results of the DonnaInformata-Screening project will be presented in Milan, June 11th.
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.
Presentation of the book by Giorgio Cosmacini "Doctors and medicine during fascism" on April 15 in Turin. They discuss it with the author Benedetto Terracini and Giuseppe Bonfratello.
Double meeting in Novara, May 10, dedicated to spatial statistics, with a program ranging from the Joint Research Center in Ispra to the map of John Snow. Organized by the University of Eastern Piedmont.