Slides

WP 1: Partnerships

  • Lina Balluz - CDCP, US
    Environmental Health Tracking (pdf 2.6MB)
  • Patrick Saunders - Universities of Birmingham and Staffordshire, UK
    Partnerships: strategies, opportunities, instrument in developing an international network
    (pdf 1MB)
  • Luciana Sinisi - ISPRA, Italy
    Building up partnership in E&H activities: lesson learned from ISPRA in international projects
    (pdf 1MB)
  • Ivano Iavarone - WHO Coll. Centre on Contaminated Sites, Italy
    Industrially Contaminated Sites and Health Network (ICSHNet): an ongoing EPHT experience (pdf 800KB)

WP 2: Science and data

  • Paola Angelini - Emilia-Romagna Region, Italy
    Understanding the environmental drivers influencing the epidemiological risk of vector borne diseases (pdf 2MB)
  • Rebecca Ghosh and Federico Fabbri - Imperial College, UK
    Visualize, explore and analyse spatially linked health data (pdf 770KB)
  • Ferdinando Luberto - AUSL Reggio Emilia, Italy
    Asbestos exposed workers studies in Emilia-Romagna Region and the National pooled cohort study
    (pdf 790KB)
  • Andrea Ranzi - ARPA Emilia-Romagna, Italy
    Environmental and health monitoring in urban areas and near waste treatment plants (pdf 2.8MB)
  • Stefano Zauli Sajani - ARPA Emilia-Romagna, Italy
    Real
    time tracking of emergency ambulance dispatches and heat wave warning system (pdf 890KB)
  • Kees de Hoogh - Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Advancements in Exposure Assessment Methods in relation to Waste Sites (pdf 1.8MB)

WP 3: Ethics and confidentiality

  • Edoardo Bai, ISDE Italy
    Introduction to some field experiences (pdf 3MB)
  • Luca Carra Zadig
    ItalyRisk communication: how to make it ethical and effective (pdf 1.3MB)
  • Paolo Lauriola - ARPA Emilia-Romagna, Italy
    Understanding of health effects on decision making concerning waste management: from evidence to action
    (pdf 1.2MB)
  • Adriano Zavatti - Vice-president UN.I.D.E.A.
    Arsenic in groundwaters in italy (pdf 328 KB)