30th Residential Summer course in Epidemiology, Florence, Italy
The European Educational Programme in Epidemiology (EEPE) is under the patronage of the International Epidemiological Association, the WHO, Centre for Environment and Health and the Italian Association of Epidemiology, and is run in collaboration with several European Universities. The course offers five general modules on epidemiological study design and statistical analysis of epidemiological data. It will be held from 19th June to 7th July 2017. More information is available from the EEPE website: http://www.eepe.org/.
Corsican Summer School on Modern Methods in Biostatistics and Epidemiology 2017
The course focuses on statistical methods and recent advances in statistical methods for excess risk analysis and will be held from Monday 3rdJuly to Friday 7th July 2017.
It is devoted to biostatisticians, statisticians, epidemiologists; researchers and students; working in a registry of cancer, of chronic disease or in any other field relevant to these methodologies and applications.
The deadline for registration is 10 June 2017.
Please visit the course’s homepage for more information: http://sesstim.univ-amu.fr/hearstat-2017/
2017 Summer School on Modern Methods in Biostatistics and Epidemiology
The Summer School aims to provide introductory and advanced courses in medical statistics and epidemiology, and their application to clinical and etiology research and public health.
Lectures will be from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, University of Berkeley, Karolinska Institutet, Bocconi University, University of Milano-Bicocca, and other European Universities.
The school will be held from 4th to 17th of June 2017 at Castello Brandolini Colomban, Cison di Valmarino - Treviso - Italy. Registration is now open and the deadline for early registration has been extended to March 21st 2017. Please visit the school’s homepage for more information on the courses and for details on registration:
EC Proposal to Protect Workers against Cancer-Causing Chemicals
On 13 May 2016 the European Commission released a press statement on Commission proposals to better protect workers against cancer-causing chemicals. Cancer is one of the main causes of work-related deaths in the EU, accounting for 53% of the total and therefore the single biggest health risk to workers in the European Union.
To improve protection for workers from cancer-causing chemicals, the Commission proposed changes to the Carcinogens and Mutagens Directive (2004/37/EC) to limit exposure to 13 cancer-causing chemicals at the workplace. For more information is available HERE.
Population-based Time-to-event Analyses International Conference
31 August- 2 September, London, UK
This conference is co-organised by the Cancer Survival Group and the Centre for Statistical Methodology and will focus on three themes of time-to event analyses, all of which concentrate on population based data and translational epidemiology:
• Recent methodological development in competing risks and net survival
• Hierarchical and correlated data in survival and longitudinal analysis
• Causal inference in longitudinal settings with time-dependent confounding.
More information is available HERE.