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Accident Recovery Workers Project : report of the Informal Discussion on Oxidative Stress in Chernobyl Accident Recovery Workers, Paris, France, 20-21 September 1996
Informal Discussion on Oxidative Stress in Chernobyl Accident Recovery Workers (1996: Paris, France); World Health Organization. Office of Global and Integrated Environmental Health; International Programme on the Health Effects of the Chernobyl Accident ( 1997 )
Before, during and after radiation emergencies / by Leif Bloomqvist and Pat O' Riordan
Blomqvist, Leif; O`Riordan, Pat; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1997 )
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Cancer mortality in the exposed population of the Techa River area / Mira M. Kossenko
Kossenko, Mira M ( 1996 )
[Chernobyl : the World Health Organization assists]
World Health Organization. Prevention of Environmental Pollution Unit ( 1993 )
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The Chernobyl accident and radiation risks : dynamics of epidemiological rates (morbidity, disability and death rates) according to the data in the national registry / V. K. Ivanov & A. F. Tsyb
Ivanov, V. K; Tsyb, A. F ( 1996 )
Cholera
( 1995 )
Choléra
( 1995 )
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Comparison of patients evaluations of health care quality in relation to WHO measures of achievement in 12 European countries Jan J. Kerssens ... [et al.]
Kerssens, Jan J; Groenewegen, Peter P; Sixma, Herman J; Boerma, Wienke G. W; van der Eijk, Ingrid ( 2004 )
Consecuencias sanitarias del accidente de Chernobyl : resultados de los proyectos experimentales PIEACS y de los programas nacionales conexos : informe recapitulativo
International Programme on the Health Effects of the Chernobyl Accident; World Health Organization ( 1997 )
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Les conséquences sanitaires de l' accident de Tchernobyl : résultats des projets pilotes du Programme international sur les effets sanitaires de l' accident de Tchernobyl et des programmes nationaux connexes, rapport résumé
International Programme on the Health Effects of the Chernobyl Accident; World Health Organization ( 1996 )
Diphtheria epidemic
( 1994 )
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Dosimetric support of the International Programme on the Health Effects of the Chernobyl Accident (IPHECA) pilot project : main results and problems / I. A. Likhtarev ... [et al.]
Likhtarev, I. A; Kovgan, L. N; Repin, V. S; Los, I. P; Chumak, V. V; Novak, D. N; Sobolev, B. G; Kairo, I. A; Chepurnoy, N. I; Perevosnikov, O. N; Litvinets, L. A ( 1996 )
El consumo de tabaco entre los jóvenes : informe de vigilancia de la Encuesta Mundial sobre el Tabaco y los Jóvenes / Charles W. Warren ... [et al.]
Warren, Charles W; Riley, Leanne; Asma, Samira; Eriksen, Michael P; Green, Lawrence; Loo, Cliff; Blanton, Curtis; Batchelor, Scott; Yach, Derek ( 2001 )
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Eleventh meeting of the Regional Commission for the Certification of Poliomyelitis Eradication : report on a WHO meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark 13-16 February 2001
Regional Commission for the Certification of Poliomyelitis Eradication. Meeting (11th: 2001: Copenhagen, Denmark); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2001 )
Abstract

The Eleventh Meeting comprised three sections: a consultation on supplementary poliovirus surveillance, a review of documentation from the Russian Federation and Ukraine, and an informal consultation meeting of the Regional Reference Laboratories of the European Regional Poliomyelitis Laboratory Network. The Regional Commission had stated that a supplementary surveillance system not based on acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) might prove extremely valuable in assuring the absence of indigenous poliovirus circulation. At present there were 34 accredited and 3 provisionally accredited laboratories in the Regional Network. In 2000, a total of 6661 stool specimens from AFP patients and 2660 specimens from contact cases had been examined. A total of 281 polioviruses had been isolated and no wild poliovirus had been found. It had been more than 2 years since the last endemic wild poliovirus had been found in the WHO European Region. The Regional Commission was very impressed with the activity presented and appreciated the continuing improvement in the quality of AFP surveillance and laboratory performance in the Russian Federation and Ukraine. Nevertheless, further improvements were necessary and many questions needed to be answered before the Region could be certified poliomyelitis-free. The Commission formulated general recommendations as well as country-specific comments, and discussed the status of the containment process reviewed at the meeting of containment coordinators held in Prague in December 2000. The regional plan of action for wild poliovirus containment was also discussed and approved by the Commission

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Epidemiological fact sheets on HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases : European region
UNAIDS/WHO Working Group on Global HIV/AIDS and STD Surveillance ( 1998 )
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Epidemiological survey of the medical consequences of the Chernobyl accident in Ukraine
Buzunov, V. A; Strapko, N. P; Pirogova, E. A; Krasnikova, L. I; Bugayev, V. N; Korol, N. A; Treskunova, T. V; Ledoschuk, B. A; Gudzenko, N. A; Bomko, E. I; Bobyleva, O. A; Kartushin, G. I ( 1996 )
Epidémie de diphtérie
( 1994 )
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European Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood (ELSPAC) : report on a meeting of principal investigators, Bristol, United Kingdom 23-29 june 1997
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1998 )
Abstract

The European Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood (ELSPAC) was initiated by the Regional Office in 1985 to improve epidemiological knowledge of factors influencing children's health in European countries. It is designed to cover various aspects of the life and environment of pregnant women and children. The 1997 meeting was devoted to planning examinations and questionnaires for children in the study aged 7 years and, following the recent publication of the first ELSPAC book, the further planning of the next three books. Progress reports from participating countries were reviewed and discussed. One study centre in Ukraine had stopped collecting data, and Greece was not represented owing to lack of funds and the unlikelihood of it being able to carry out the 7-year follow-up. There were now 11 study centres collecting data in 6 countries and areas (Czech Republic, Isle of Man, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Ukraine and United Kingdom). The participants agreed that the next meeting should focus on the publication of the three books as planned, and to report on progress with the three books as planned, and to report on progress with the 7-year assessments

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European Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood (ELSPAC) : report on a meeting of principal investigators, Bristol, United Kingdom, 23-27 September 1996
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1997 )
Abstract

The WHO Regional Office for Europe started the European Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood (ELSPAC) in 1985 to improve epidemiological knowledge of factors influencing children's health in European countries. it is designed to cover various aspects of the life and environment of pregnant women and their children. Progress reports from participating countries were reviewed and discussed. Estonia has been forced to stop data collection owing to lack of funds. Thirteen study centres are now collecting data in the Czech Republic, Greece, the Russian Federation, Slovakia and the United Kingdom ( and the Isle of Man). The rest of the meeting was devoted to planning examinations and questionnaires for children in the sutdy aged 7 years and, following the recent publication of the first ELSPAC book on pregnancy in the 1990s, the further planning of the next books. The participants agreed to complete these tasks at the next meeting

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European longitudinal study of pregnancy and childhood (ELSPAC) : report on a WHO meeting, Bristol, United Kingdom 13-18 September 1999
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1999 )
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The European Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood (ELSPAC) was initiated by the WHO Regional Office for Europe in 1985 to identify factors influencing children's health in European countries. The study is designed to cover various aspects of the life and environment of pregnant women and children. The 1999 meeting of the Principal Investigators was devoted to evaluating the hands-on examinations being carried out at the study centres in the Isle of Man, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom and planned for those in Slovakia and Ukraine. A secondary aim of the meeting was to consider eight comparative papers, comprising four on the effects of cigarette smoking in the different countries, two relating to symptoms and signs in the first three months of pregnancy, one on factors related to whether or not the pregnancy was planned, and one on the intention to breastfeed. It had been agreed at the 1998 meeting that the aim of the ELSPAC study and the protocol would be updated and put on the World Wide Web. This had not happened but the new updated version, agreed at the current meeting, will be put on the Web. There was general agreement that children should continue to be followed up, and the next ELSPAC questionnaires are planned for children aged 11 years

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