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The JPI-HDHL PEN project, coodinated by BIPS, organises in collaboration with the H2020 projects CO-CREATE and STOP and the Joint Action Best-ReMaP the symposium „Future directions for nutrition and physical activity policies to prevent…

In collaboration with experts, among others from the BMBF's medical informatics initiative and NUM Codex, representatives of NFDI4Health are preparing a so-called white paper on the possibilities and requirements of record linkage of…

DGEpi Seminar: Long- / Post-COVID: Epidemiological results from Bremen and Baden-Wuerttemberg

 

DGEpi Seminar Series

Mo. 21.02.2022, 16:00 h -17:30 h – per ZOOM

 

Long- / Post-COVID: Epidemiological results from Bremen and…

In this talk Prof. Dr. Vanessa Didelez will illustrate causal reasoning and methodology with two applications involving large databases: First we consider the question of predicting intervention effects in genetic regulatory systems. When…

The current solutions that have supported the initial control of the COVID-19 pandemic are new forms of classic public health functions: social distancing and isolation, screening and testing, tracking and tracing, and promoting hygiene…

Am Donnerstag, den 12. November 2020 hält Prof. Dr. Graham Moore (Centre for the Development, Evaluation, Complexity and Implementation in Public Health Improvement (DECIPHer), Cardiff University in Wales) einen Vortrag mit dem Titel…

Anna Lindblad (Graduate School of Global Health, Epidemiology of Transition, Institute of Global Health, University Hospital Heidelberg) will talk about "The Incidence of Intestinal Gastric Cancer among Resettlers in Germany – Do Resettlers…

Prof. Sirpa Hartikainen and Prof. Anna-Maija Tolppanen (University of Eastern Finland) will give a lecture on "Register-based studies – Examples of two data sets and studies concerning persons with Alzheimer’s Disease (MEDALZ) and Parkinson…

On Friday, January 10, 2020, the 1st Scientific Symposium - Aspects and Challenges of Digital Public Health will take place in the House of Science in Bremen. The event is organized by the Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health. The…

Prof. Dr. Nina Heinrichs (University of Bremen, Department of Psychology) will give a lecture on "Prevention of Child Mental Health Problems in Southeastern Europe: Initial Results from a Multiphase Optimization Strategy Study (RISE)" on…