We invite anyone with an interest or expertise in Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) activities worldwide to join and contribute to INPHET’s global membership and to be included in our register of EPHT experts.
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Join our list of EPHT Experts
We invite anyone with expertise in EPHT activities worldwide to join and contribute to INPHET’s global membership and to be included in our register of EPHT experts. We currently have 85 experts signed up with details of expertise and interests outlined below. By joining this list you would be able to participate in working groups and contribute to global activities.
If you wish to be included, please complete this online form. It will not take more than 5 minutes to complete. Feel free to share the link with your colleagues.
Global Survey of Multi-Disciplinary Experts Engaged in Environmental Public Health Tracking
We are capturing the profiles of multi-disciplinary colleagues around the world that are engaged or interested in Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) activities. Our latest list of experts includes;
• We have profiles from 85 experts around the world, registered between May 2015 and September 2018.
• Most respondents work in national governmental and academic organisations, with representatives also in regional and local governments and NGOs.
• Experts that responded to our survey are mostly from Europe (80%), North America (13%), but also Asia (8%) and Australasia (2%)
• Respondents have a range of experience in EPHT activities, predominantly in the surveillance of outdoor and indoor air hazards, exposures, and associated health outcomes. Other popular topics include biomonitoring of exposure, health surveillance in relation to extreme weather events, and vector or climate-related hazard surveillance. Experts also have experience in biomonitoring of health effects, health surveillance in relation to water hazards, and water, food, dust and noise hazard surveillance.
• Skills offered to the network include epidemiology, exposure assessment, teaching/training, surveillance, HIA and analysis or review for policy makers.
• The most frequently reported benefits of being an INPHET member include opportunities for networking and research collaborations.
We present more detailed initial results of the INPHET global survey in these slides.