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The RIAS network, in collaboration with the University of Bologna, organizes a Summer School dedicated to the combination of Environment and Health, coordinated by Annamaria Colacci and Francesco Forastiere, which will be held online from 11 to 18 June.

Epidemiology & Prevention launches a new call for papers, inviting researchers working on COVID-19 to submit scientific articles to contribute to the knowledge and control of the disease.

The world of epidemiology came together to celebrate the ninetieth birthday of Professor Benedetto Terracini, one of the founders of Italian epidemiology and its greatest advocate, as well as the first co-ordinator of the Referral Centre for Epidemiology and Cancer Prevention in Piedmont - CPO Piemonte.

The 33rd edition of the EEPE Summer School also provides for the first time a distance teaching modality.

The full registration of the International Childhood Cancer Cohort Consortium Annual Webinar, held last February 22nd, is available online on the CPO youTube channel.

At the start a new information web space to understand the effects of environmental exposure in the first thousand days of life and to underline the importance of growing up in healthy living contexts.

Two articles have been recently published in Epidemiology & Prevention relating to self-perceived knowledge about COVID-19 and the relationship between socioeconomic inequalities and reproductive outcomes within the NINFEA cohort.

The Italian Association of Epidemiology presents the monograph dedicated to the new Coronavirus, taking stock of the studies conducted to date and exploring possible future scenarios. The webinar is available on YouTube.

The three OMEGA-NET webinars, the European coordination network of occupational and population cohorts, are scheduled for Tuesday 16 March.

"Epidemiological transitions: public health between chronic diseases and COVID-19" is the title of the XLV Conference of the Italian Association of Epidemiology which will take place from 26 to 30 April.

It is called MADE and is a new tool for monitoring and analyzing COVID-19. The system uses the data published daily by the Civil Protection and is automatically updated every evening.

Registration is now open for the Webinar of the International Childhood Cancer Cohort Consortium which will be hosted on February 22 at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Melbourne, Australia.

The Italian Association of Epidemiology, in collaboration with Epidemiology & Preventionj ournal, launches a campaign to detect the epidemic outbreaks investigated so far.

A new study has been published in the European Journal of Cancer which, starting from data from the European Cancer Registries, has studied adult cancers that emerge before the age of 30.