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NewsYear: 2021Activity: Etiological epidemiology

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As part of the EPSAM project a new study has been published about quality of life among survivors of germ cell testicular cancer and the effect of time since cancer diagnosis.

The world of epidemiology celebrated 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 SISMEC Working Group is organizing this year the course dedicated to causal inference, in order to foster debate and comparison necessary to effectively investigate the cause-effect questions.

Online presentation of the consensus document on "Air pollution and health" prepared by the Pediatric Scientific Societies and the "Environment and First 1000 Days" working group.

Patient enrollment is restarted as part of the EPSAM project dedicated to investigating the role played by genetic factors and early exposures in the onset of testicular cancer.

The Turin Prostate Cancer Prognostication study, launched this year thanks to a grant from the AIRC Foundation, has activated a website to present the research initiative and facilitate the dissemination of results.

While the World Health Organization updates the Global Air Quality Guidelines, one hundred companies scientific studies are calling on governments to implement drastic policies to reduce air pollution.

The report based on the activity carried out by the Covid-school working groups of the Public Hygiene Services of the Piedmont Region is available online.

The recordings of the two multidisciplinary webinars organized by the Italian Association of Epidemiology dedicated to the impact of COVID-19 in the school setting are available online.

To better understand what it is the human exposome and how the ATHLETE project, in which the NINFEA cohort participates, follows 80 thousand mothers and children across Europe an informative video is now available on YouTube.

Due to COVID-19 pandemy, the 33rd edition of the summer courses organized by the European Educational Program in Epidemiology will exclusively adopt a distance teaching method.