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NewsYear: 2018

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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.

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.

GiovedìScienza opens its 33rd season with a conference dedicated to vaccines, a subject much debated and burdened by an overload of information and disinformation. The November 15 meeting will offer the public the opportunity to address their questions directly to the speakers.

The VIII edition of the volume "The numbers of cancer in Italy" presented in Rome is the result of the consolidated collaboration between AIOM and AIRTum, to which the AIOM and PASSI Foundation will be added this year.

The competition announcement for the scholarship for the Biennial Master in Epidemiology of the University of Turin has been published. The Master is aimed at those interested in planning, conducting and analyzing epidemiological investigations.

Appointment in Turin on 27 November to talk about environmental epidemiology, georeferencing, methods of spatial analysis, relationship between environmental factors and health outcomes.

The activation and evaluation of ERAS protocols in Piedmont begins in gynecological and colorectal surgery. The initiative, which is part of the wider scope of the EASY-NET project, aims to improve postoperative recovery parameters.