International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE)
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
Upcoming Elections - Are you up for a Challenge?
In September 2022, we will have two vacancies on our ISEE Europe Council, and we are seeking four candidates to stand in the election. More info here
2nd Eastern & South-Eastern European Networking Virtual Event
The second online event aimed at fostering research in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe is on 10th June, 15:00 - 16:30 CEST. This event is open to everyone! And 3 one-year memberships and annual conference registration fees will be randomally given away among participants. Register here.
Recent Advances on Air Pollution and Health - international seminar
A 2-day hybrid event held in Milan (June 17-18) on current state of the art, but also discussing the future of air quality and related research efforts. More information and registration details here.
EU Ambient Air Quality Directives
The ISEE and ERS have jointly published a statement on the need for updated health information in the impact assessment to inform the revision of the EU Ambient Air Quality Directives
They have also released a proposal for the sensitivity analyses that should be conducted, using the results from ELAPSE - the largest existing study and most relevant data for Europe.
Statement on Urkaine
In response to the recent armed invasion in Ukraine, the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology has released a statement of concern to public health and the environment here