The ISEE Europe Chapter was established by the ISEE Council in March 2012. Its mission is to promote contact between and action by European members of ISEE on matters related to environmental health research, education in environmental epidemiology, and the improvement of public health in Europe.
To support the mission, the aims of the Europe Chapter include promoting:
The Europe Chapter includes all 53 European countries currently corresponding to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) European region (see Annex of the Bylaws). All current members of ISEE based in one of those countries are automatically members of the ISEE Europe Chapter unless they opt out.
Europe Chapter Bylaws
Europe Chapter Action Plan
News and Events
Virtual meeting: Air pollution and COVID-19 - Clearing the air and charting a post-pandemic course
December 2nd 4.00 - 5.30 PM CET
The meeting discusses air pollution and health in the context of the pandemic and using this window of opportunity for achieving the goals of the European Green deal, the environment and health-related SDG2030 agenda and the Paris Climate Agreement, avert looming threats, and highlight co-benefits of mitigation strategies regarding environmental pollution and the climate crisis. The agenda is available here.
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Webinar : Attributing Health Impacts to Climate Change
December 3rd 2020 5-6.30pm CET
This webinar will provide an overview of current developments in climate change attribution and detection studies, in particular with regards to health impacts, and the potential implications of attribution and detection studies for defining the ‘cause’ in law
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ISEE Young 2021 - Registration is open now!
Join us for this exciting online conference 17-19 February 2021. Click here for more information.
ERJ joint workshop report
The ISEE Europe hosted a joint workshop with the WHO, ERS and HEI. Click here for the workshop report
Interested in open debates on the use of algorithms to assess epidemiological studies, and improving the integration and interpretation of epidemiological evidence? Consider joining the
DE-grading Epidemiology (DEEP) Network. More information here.
IJERPH Special Issue: Health Effects of Traffic-Related Air Pollution.
Consider contributing a manuscript! More information available here.