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.
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NewsYear: 2018Activity: Etiological epidemiology
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.
Omega-Net is the Cost Action funded by the European Union to create a coordination network for occupational and population cohorts in order to harmonize data and information.
The final EpiAmbNet workshop, scheduled for 7 December in Rome, will offer the opportunity to present the various stages of the project, a mapping of local and national initiatives as well as future prospects.
We are once again talking about the relationship between environment and health at the second edition of the cycle of refresher seminars for environmental prevention operators and the National Health Service.
The seminar "Early diagnosis of lung cancer in workers exposed to carcinogens" will be held in Milan on November 6th.
The seminar of Leslie Stayner "Epidemiology and Environmental Health Policy: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" will take place in Turin on October 30.
Appointment in Turin on 27 November to talk about environmental epidemiology, georeferencing, methods of spatial analysis, relationship between environmental factors and health outcomes.
The National Health Service is facing particularly demanding challenges in a rapidly changing scenario. What can be the contribution of epidemiology in reaffirming the inspiring principles that characterized its establishment in 1978?
The Activity Report of the CPO Piemonte has been published. The document, which is drawn up as usual on an annual basis, is now available online in a widely renewed version.
The CPO participates in Science and Technology in childhood Obesity Policy, the largest anti-obesity project ever launched in Europe that brings together 17 newborn cohorts and an international consortium of 31 scientific partners.
The campaign recently promoted by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work aims to raise awareness among workers and public opinion about the risks involved in the working environment and the methods of prevention.
The statistics on mesothelioma cases occurring among the regional population between 1990 and 2015 were updated.
It is now possible to apply to the XXXI edition of the summer courses organized by the European Educational Programme in Epidemiology that take place as usual in Florence and are turning to students from all over the world.
Within the Regional Prevention Plan 2014-2018 a guide has been produced that illustrates the projects and tells the experiences of the Municipalities participating in the Toronto Charter.
The seminar "Handling poor accrual in the clinical trial setting: Bayesian Interim analysis of RESCUE Trial" will be held on Tuesday, April 10th, at the Didactic Center of the AOU San Luigi of Orbassano.
In May the itinerant training program organized in the framework of the CCM EpiAmbNet project with the collaboration of the Italian Association of Epidemiology will stop again in Turin.
The seminar "Metabolic Syndrome and occupation" held by Marina Otelea, University of Medicine and Pharmacy Carol Davila, Bucharest, is held in Turin on 6 April.
The 3rd Paula Rantakallio Symposium on the cohorts of newborns and longitudinal studies will take place from 13 to 15 June at the University of Oulu in Finland.
The Summer school on modern methods in biostatistics and epidemiology will be held in Cison di Valmarino in June, 03-06, 2018.