The new prevention campaign launched by the Piedmont Valle d'Aosta Oncology Network, in collaboration with the Piedmont CPO, is aimed at teenagers by promoting healthy lifestyles dictated by the European Code against cancer.
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Online registration is now closed for the II level Biennial Master in Epidemiology organized by the Department of Medical Sciences of the University of Turin. The rankings will be published online soon.
The World Health Organization publishes new guidelines on physical activity dedicated to children, adolescents, adults and the elderly.
Slides of the webinar "Programma regionale di screening colorettale Prevenzione Serena. Anno 2020", that took place in Turin on November, 23, are now available online.
The NINFEA project turns fifteen and is told in a documentary launched on the occasion of the European Researchers' Night 2020.
This year the usual workshops dedicated to the regional program Prevenzione Serena will take place online. The issue of the impact of COVID-19 on screening activity will be widely debated.
Slides of the webinar "Programma regionale di screening per il cervicocarcinoma Prevenzione Serena. Anno 2020", that took place in Turin on November, 13, are now available online.
Aimed at researchers involved in the study of COVID-19, the repository of Epidemiology & Prevention offers the possibility to file and consult articles, documents, protocols, analyzes, translations, preliminary data.
In a new document, the Asbestos Working Group of the Italian Association of Epidemiology reflects on the methodology to be followed for the individual application of the results of epidemiological studies.
The Enrico Anglesio Award is coming to an end, registering a good success of participants from all over the world, and demonstrating the particular vivacity of the Italian registers sector. Online award ceremony on November 18th
The international consortium ATHLETE, in which NINFEA project participates, has launched the website that presents the lines of research in the field of exposomics.
The updated list of publications produced by the CPO Piemonte can be consulted online.
The 10th edition of the volume "Cancer numbers in Italy" has been published as the result of the consolidated collaboration between AIOM and AIRTum, in addition to the AIOM Foundation, PASSI, PASSI d’Argento and the Italian Society of Pathological Anatomy and Diagnostic Cytology.
The Department of Epidemiology of Lazio proposes, as part of the EASY-NET project, a mini-series of four meetings on the theme of Audit & Feedback entitled "A&F connections. In practice and in response to Covid-19".
A new report from the European Environment Agency confirms the close link between environmental protection and health protection, especially in the most vulnerable sections of the population.
What are the recurring terms related to information on COVID-19? Are we always sure we know its meaning? A glossary can help improve disease communication.
The annual appointment of the Italian Association of Epidemiology intends to launch a debate on the experience gained in the first epidemic phase, focusing attention on the health of the future and the contribution of epidemiology in the field of public health.
The Fondo’s Scientific Council suggested to retain the Prize with a new format that can be held within the restrictions imposed by the health emergency.
The Guidance Document for the assessment of asbestos risk in the National System for the Protection of the Environment for the assessment and management of asbestos risk in work places is available online.
The webinar "Vulnerable populations and health" will be held on 28 September, an opportunity to debate and discuss the issue of inequalities. The following collaborate in the event: the Italian Association of Epidemiology, the Health and Social Agency of the Emilia-Romagna Region, Epidemiology & Prevention.