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Seven Key Reasons Why immunization must remain a priority in the WHO European Region Print E-mail

Seven Key Reasons Why immunization must remain a priority in the WHO European Region (pdf)

 
DEMOCOPHES Print E-mail

  

Our organism is daily exposed to numerous natural and synthetic chemicals from the environment with harmful effects on health. One of the important tools enabling to obtain representative data on human exposure to these pollutants is also human biomonitoring (HBM).
Project DEMOCOPHES is aimed to preparation and verification of the practical feasibility of the common methodology of exposure assessment for all European countries, which in turn will acquire the current load of inhabitants to chemical pollution and enable comparation between different European countries. Results of the project is establishment a common framework for human biomonitoring as a tool for supporting evidence-based policy making in the protection and promotion of public health.

Slovakia represented by Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic was involved as one of 17 European countries to implementation of this study.


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More info:  http://www.eu-hbm.info

 
World AIDS Day 2010 ECDC seminar 1 December 2010 Print E-mail
World AIDS Day 2010 ECDC seminar 1 December 2010 (pdf)
 
Protocol on Water and Health to the 1992 Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes Print E-mail

Protocol on Water and Health to the 1992 Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes (pdf)

 
THE NATIONAL PLAN FOR PANDEMIC OF INFLUENZA IN THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC Print E-mail
THE NATIONAL PLAN FOR PANDEMIC OF INFLUENZA IN THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC (pdf)
 
Biennial Collaborative Agreement (BCA) between the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic and the Regional Office for Europe of the World Health Organization 2008/2009 Print E-mail
Biennial Collaborative Agreement (BCA) between the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic and the Regional Office for Europe of the World Health Organization 2008/2009 (pdf)
 
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