Chemical Mixtures and Epidemiologic Fundamentals for Risk Assessment Applications
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Owner/Developer: Analytikjena - National Centre for Environmental Assessment, Office and Research and Development- US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA)
United States of America
10 June 2018
A two- session workshop provides training on the current methods and advances in the Environmental Risk Assessment/Epidemiology and Remediation/Rehabilitation of contaminated sites.
Optional / Voluntary
Participation at the conference - CEECH 2018 https://ceeche2018.urk.edu.pl/conference_workshop.html
Professionals (e.g. veterinarians)
Industry, Governmental bodies
Continuing Professional Development
Refinement, Reduction, Replacement
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Epidemiologic Fundamentals for Risk Assessment Application: Presenter Dr. Michael Wright
• Epidemiology Study Designs and Measures of Disease and Association
• Causality – Epidemiological and Statistical Inference
• Methodological Considerations (Explanations of observed Data)
o Internal and External Validity (Confounding and other Types of Biases)
o Exposure Assessment and Disease Clusters
• Effect Measure Modification
Session 2 Basic Principles of Human Health Risk Assessment and Chemical Mixtures Risk
Assessment: Presenter Dr. Glenn Rice
• Risk Concepts
• Risk Assessment Paradigm Overview
• Exposure Assessment
• Dose-Response Assessment
• Risk Characterization
• Chemical Mixtures Risk Assessment
• Component Methods
• Whole Mixture Methods
1. Become a more intelligent consumer of epidemiological information
2. Gain an understanding of basic human health risk assessment, including the
development of dose-response data
3. Gain an appreciation of chemical mixtures risk assessment methods
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