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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] A wide range of data are often needed to support an integrated impact assessment, either as inputs to the modelling or as a means of validating the results.
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...this is defined will vary depending on the [[Formulating scenarios|type of assessment]]. Diagnostic assessments often relate to current conditions; summative as
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...nvestigated merits a full integrated assessment. This is essential because assessment is a costly and time-consuming process, and can therefore be justified only
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...do it now or wait until better information becomes available, and - if an assessment can be done - to identify the data sources that can be used and the methods
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  • ...rent, by providing an explicit and public document against which the final assessment can be compared. ...nature of this document will vary, depending on the issue and the type of assessment.
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...ct of source control on health outcomes. Thus, an important tool for risk assessment is the derivation of a value that relates emissions to exposure in an effic
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  • ...rese/index.php/Guidebook_TOC Guidebook] [[:Intarese:Help:Guidebook on risk assessment| (old)]] (and Resource Centre) is ==General assessment framework==
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  • ...of calculation or representation, e.g. a visualisation tool, an assessment design guidance tool, a tool for defining and categorising uncertainties, a tool f
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  • [[Category:Open assessment]] ...heir development. The idea has similarities with the principles of modular design applied in e.g. engineering and software programming. It also builds on the
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  • [[category:Open assessment]] '''Evaluating assessment performance''' is a lecture about the factors that constitute the performan
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  • [[Category:Kuopio Risk Assessment Workshop 2008]] ...he other things you would like to share (no nude) related to the Open Risk Assessment Workshop 2008.'''
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  • Evaluation, EMS, Effectiveness, Open Assessment, REA, Outcome * Recent evaluation approaches also emphasize societal model/assessment outcomes
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  • {{Assessment|moderator=Päivi Meriläinen | page = Risk assessment of nitrate in drinking water
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  • ...aim should be based on human data, primarily from intervention studies the design of which should include the following considerations: '''The open assessment approach
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  • [[Category:Open assessment]] * Nesta. The collective intelligence design playbook. [https://media.nesta.org.uk/documents/Nesta_Playbook_001_Web.pdf
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  • ...ostgraduate students working in the fields of environmental health or risk assessment, but it is also open to anyone interested. If you want to join the workshop ...the participants as well as organizers own reflections on the [[Talk:Open assessment workshop 2009|discussion page]].
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  • exposure assessment in studying cancer risk of dioxins, '''we decided to undertake the major ef ====Exposure assessment====
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  • [[Category:Open assessment]] ...gs, peer review does have value in quality control, also in the context of assessment.
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  • [[Category:Open assessment]] ...ical needs of societal decision making are taken account of in assessment (design and execution), and how these needs are addressed by means of science.
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  • [[Category:Open assessment]] ...cientific researchers propose hypotheses as explanations of phenomena, and design experimental studies to test these hypotheses. These steps must be repeatab
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  • ...and the Environment (RIVM, the Netherlands), and Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL, the Netherlands). ...ed, and the target population can be defined according to the needs of the assessment at hand. In one model run, impacts are modelled for a reference, business-a
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  • ...HG emission constraints.<ref name="poles">JRC: IA TOOLS. Supporting inpact assessment in the European Commission. [http://iatools.jrc.ec.europa.eu/bin/view/IQToo ...ze Hydroelectricity; Conventional Light Water nuclear Reactor; New Nuclear Design; Pulverised Fuel Super Critical Coal; Integrated Coal gasification with com
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  • * Simulation of efficiency effects due to different design of national allocation plans. * Impact of the design of the National Allocation Plan on the resulting necessary abatement effort
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  • [[Category:Impact assessment]] ...opriate to simulate the impact of actual or proposed policy changes and to design policy to meet specific targets. It can also be used to examine the way tax
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  • [[Category:Impact assessment]] ...t, other know-how rights)?<ref name="int">JRC: IA TOOLS. Supporting inpact assessment in the European Commission.[http://iatools.jrc.ec.europa.eu/bin/view/IQTool
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  • {{assessment|moderator=Jouni}} ...how Disability Adjusted Life Years (DALYs) can be used in a Health Impact Assessment (HIA). After a short introduction about integrated health measures, the cal
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  • ...iptions of some important properties or purposes of [[Opasnet]] and [[open assessment]]. ...make the best decisions. They decided about a competition. The task was to design a house. The researcher built a model for a supercomputer and optimised for
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  • [[Category:Impact assessment]] ...tial trade arrangements?<ref name="third">JRC: IA TOOLS. Supporting inpact assessment in the European Commission. [http://iatools.jrc.ec.europa.eu/bin/view/IQToo
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  • [[Category:Impact assessment]] ...partly or fully negated.<ref name="rais">JRC: IA TOOLS. Supporting inpact assessment in the European Commission. [http://iatools.jrc.ec.europa.eu/bin/view/IQToo
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  • [[Category:Impact assessment]] ...s, procurement rules etc.?<ref name="che">JRC: IA TOOLS. Supporting inpact assessment in the European Commission. [http://iatools.jrc.ec.europa.eu/bin/view/IQToo
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ==Implications for environmental health impact assessment==
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  • *[[Assessment workspace (Intarese method)]] - description of the concept *[[Risk assessment on airports - Kuopio workshop case study]] - case study main page
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  • ...information center about making risk assessments according to the new risk assessment method. It describes each phase of the work, each method used, and each too ...') and the 'what' question (''"What are we looking at and including in our assessment in order to answer our 'why' question?" '')
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  • ...y step in the process (from issue-framing to exposure assessment to impact assessment) * Help or guidance - on map design etc
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  • The report “Integrating Uncertainty to Integrated Assessment” is the first report of the project Cross- Cutting Issues in Integrated Environmental Health Risk Assessment. The project is a work package (WP 1.5) of
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  • disseminate methodologies for risk and benefit assessment, to greatly expand, generate and make ...hat could be asked in the consumer perception study about the benefit-risk assessment?
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  • [[Category:Open assessment]] :Science-policy revolution builds on [[open assessment]].<section end=glossary />
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  • ...d Review Committee, that houses the various reporting, monitoring, review, assessment and verification functions of the Copenhagen Protocol. Scientific developments, which build upon the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report ( AR4 ),
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  • [[Category:Impact assessment]] This page summarize information from the available Risk assessment course programs taught in English in Europe and in USA. Information of each
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  • The logic of the assessment is the following: there are two main climate policies for Europe. The first ...f there are n separate policies and yes/no decision for each. However, the assessment of this becomes so complex so quickly that it is not feasible. By restricti
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  • [[Category:Open assessment]] ...so, a separate part of a study, such as a novel research question, a study design without execution, or a new hypothesis without any related practical work a
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  • * Barnes, D. G. (1991). Toxicity equivalents and EPA’s risk assessment of 2,3,7,8-TCDD. Sci. Total Environ. 104, 73–86. ...osoe, K., and Sakai, S. (2003). Brominated dioxin-like compounds: In vitro assessment in comparison to classical dioxin-like compounds and other polyaromatic com
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  • ...-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin (TCDD) and Related Compounds. Part II: Health Assessment for 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) and Related Compounds. Chapt ...studies examining the assumption of additivity, these differences in study design and their implications for interpretation of the data must be considered.
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  • ...-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin (TCDD) and Related Compounds. Part II: Health Assessment for 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) and Related Compounds. Chapt ...ing them to the TEF methodology would decrease the uncertainty in the risk assessment process. For other classes of chemicals, such as the chlorinated napthalene
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  • ...-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin (TCDD) and Related Compounds. Part II: Health Assessment for 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) and Related Compounds. Chapt Following up on an initial risk assessment methodology designed to address the emission of dioxins and furans from was
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  • assessment (Haws et al., 2006). Studies published since the At this 2005 meeting, the "ideal" REP study design was
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  • '''Risk-benefit assessment for food supplements''' is a [[method]] about making assessments for plant- ...t should be noted that there is a clear and explicit attempt to develop an assessment methodology that is as much context-independent as possible and practical.
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  • * Name: DWP5-10 Database interface for risk-benefit assessment plant and compound, and discuss information for risk-benefit assessment. SISTE and UNIS will
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  • Comments on the page design ...from 5 European Union member countries participated in the original study design:
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  • ...ctions of exposure of occupants to airborne contaminants for eventual risk assessment. ...gate the impacts of various design decisions related to ventilation system design and building material selection, and to assess the indoor air quality perfo
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  • #* Lack of effective tools for policy design and governance ...ure policies for aging population in EU countries (open cost effectiveness assessment in public health care)
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  • ''Guidance on human health risk-benefit assessment of foods'' ...:1249 For citation purposes: EFSA Scientific Committee; Guidance on safety assessment of botanicals and botanical preparations
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  • ...se||<ref name ="cen">CEN Report CR 1752: 1998, Ventilation for buildings - design criteria for infoor environment, European committee for Standardization, Br ...winter||<ref>Thiers, S. & Peuportier, B. (2008) Thermal and environmental assessment of a passive building equipped with an earth-to-air heat exchanger in Franc
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  • ...could be achieved by each policy are here each assessed individually. This assessment policy is fully implemented throughout the building stock. The assessment follows the EnVIE
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  • {{assessment|moderator=Teemu R | explanation = An assessment of building policies' effect on dampness and asthma in Europe
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  • # Quality of design (aesthetic value of graphics / music or sounds) A typical assessment task in Opasnet would be to collectively answer a question such as 'How sho
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  • ...n, Knowledge practices, Pragmatism, Collaborative knowledge services, Open assessment, Opasnet, Innovillage, KP-Lab, KPE ...th emphasizes the importance of dialogue with stakeholders and public, the assessment practices often remain a monologue of experts, where contact with users, ot
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  • ...he emergency actions of the accident, and thus they have capacity to plan, design, and execute sample collection and research in the accident area. There is ...ion networks. I am not aware of how such destruction was included in their design criteria. Three of the affected reactors were in the Onagawa power plant (i
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  • Integrated environmental health impact assessment provides information on potential environmental influences on public health ...traditional forms of health risk or impact assessment (see links to Other assessment methodologies, left);
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  • ...itions need to be specified. In addition, many of thedata sets used in an assessment (for example on sources, exposures andf health effects) have to be lined t ::*[[ExpoPlatform: Web based platform for exposure assessment]]
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  • This Toolbox is designed to help people design and carry out integrated environmental health impact assessments. It is aim #to encourage the application of more integrated methods of assessment in order to improve decision-making and make policy more inclusive;
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  • ...defined during issue framing, and converts it into a detailed protocol for assessment. ...t is worthwhile or can be done, nor does it set out how actually to do the assessment.
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  • The execution stage is the heart of the assessment process; it is the point at which the full analysis is carried out and the ...vary, depending on the nature of the issue, the scenarios and the type of assessment. In broad terms, however, the process follows the causal chain. It thus c
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  • ...praisal is to bring together, communicate and interpret the results of the assessment as an input to this dialogue. This involves two key steps: #Reporting the assessment results - i.e. delivering them to the end-users in a synthesised and unders
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  • ...to determine whether the likely impacts are sufficient to warrant detailed assessment, and if so how to proceed. '''Types of assessment'''
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  • ...surement regimes and in support of the development of a monitoring network design, mainly in the new EU Member States/Candidate Countries, ...including smoking) on human exposure to benzene levels, in support of risk assessment of urban populations in Europe and the validation of exposure models,
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  • [[category:Open assessment]] ...nt to release the data as much as possible to get comments about the study design and statistical data analysis from colleagues: "A lung cancer was operated
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  • [[Category:Open assessment]] ...symtoms that then would be parts of their mydata and patient records, this design might be affordable.
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  • ...n, Knowledge practices, Pragmatism, Collaborative knowledge services, Open assessment, Opasnet, Innovillage, KP-Lab, KPE Benefit–risk assessment in medicine has been a valuable tool in the regulation of medicines since t
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  • assessment of the chance to be exposed to the risk content associated hazard-risk model that is extensively used in health risk assessment
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  • Benefit–risk assessment in medicine has been a valuable tool in the regulation of medicines since t 1960s. Benefit–risk assessment takes place in multiple stages during a medicine’s life-cycle and can be
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  • ...as: '''Mikko V. Pohjola and Jouni T. Tuomisto: Openness in participation, assessment, and policy making upon issues of environment and environmental health: a r Openness in participation, assessment, and policy
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  • Environmental health assessment covers a broad area: virtually all systematic analysis to support decision ...roaches and attempt to reveal the state-of-the-art in environmental health assessment
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  • ...fits of cycling in urban environments compared with car use: health impact assessment study. BMJ 2011;343:d4521 {{doi|10.1136/bmj.d4521}}'''. Conceptual framework for assessment of health impact
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  • In Finland, an integrated assessment model for primary al. 2008). In a previous assessment of the present authors, dispersion and exposure of primary PM2.5 were evalu
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  • Benefit–risk assessment in food and nutrition is relatively new. It weighs the beneficial and adver ..., the assessments of risks and benefits have been separate processes. Risk assessment is
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  • ...t is taken from the WHO report "Health and Environment in Europe: Progress Assessment", 2010, ISBN 978 92 890 4198 0. [http://www.euro.who.int/document/e93556.pd ...all children<ref name="who">WHO Health and Environment in Europe: Progress Assessment, 2010, SBN 978 92 890 4198 0 [http://www.euro.who.int/document/e93556.pdf]<
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  • ...t is taken from the WHO report "Health and Environment in Europe: Progress Assessment", 2010, ISBN 978 92 890 4198 0. [http://www.euro.who.int/document/e93556.pd ...h clean air.<ref name="who">WHO Health and Environment in Europe: Progress Assessment, 2010, SBN 978 92 890 4198 0 [http://www.euro.who.int/document/e93556.pdf]<
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  • ...t is taken from the WHO report "Health and Environment in Europe: Progress Assessment", 2010, ISBN 978 92 890 4198 0. [http://www.euro.who.int/document/e93556.pd ...ll children.<ref name="who">WHO Health and Environment in Europe: Progress Assessment, 2010, ISBN 978 92 890 4198 0[http://www.euro.who.int/document/e93556.pdf]<
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  • What is the exposure in the [[Training assessment]]? oprint(summary(exposure)) # fashionable design
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  • Thus, the traditional geographically restricted assessment methods cannot produce sufficient ...udies employ a method based on hybrid life cycle assessment, along with an assessment
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  • ...for Carcinogen Risk Assessment (U.S. EPA, 1999) data are inadequate for an assessment of the human carcinogenic potential of acetone.|0128 ...to human carcinogenicity|Under the Proposed Guidelines for Carcinogen Risk Assessment (U.S. EPA, 1996), the carcinogenic potential of ACN following inhalation, o
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  • ...7u9&dq=large+participatory+models&lr=&hl=fi&output=html_text Participatory Design: Principles and Practices] Douglas Schuler, Aki Namioka * '''[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20841698 Participatory interaction design in user requirements specification in healthcare.] Martikainen S, Ikävalko
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  • ...hlesselman.<ref name="schlesselman">Schlesselman JJ. Case-Control Studies: Design, Conduct, Analysis. New York, NY: Oxford University Press Inc; 1982.</ref> * [[Health impact assessment]]
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  • [[Category:Open assessment]] ...sion making in an open society. One part of open policy practice is [[open assessment]], which focuses on ''producing'' relevant information for decision making.
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  • ...stressor needs to be quantitatively included in the assessment, and at the Design stage in order to provide a basis foir screening and feasibility testing.
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  • This assessment comprised a prognostic analysis of the potential health effects of changes ...to be further revised and more tightly specified to give a firm basis for assessment as reflected in the final causal diagram.
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  • Usually in environmental health risk assessment there is only animal or in vitro data available on the substance under stud ...mal and human data have rarely been combined in quantitative dose-response assessment.
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  • Indicator design and selection is not a simple, mechanistic process. The indicators have to ...tion is to a large extent circumstantial, and depends on the nature of the assessment and the context in which it is being done. No universally applicable set o
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  • SIENA provides the spatial data infrastructure to support health risk assessment in an urban setting. It consists of a collection of geographical data that ...lyse in a real-world setting. Examples of analysis carried out include the assessment of representativeness of different monitoring networks (in "See also".
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  • ...d ambient conditions, and longer term changes in fuel composition, vehicle design, emission control technology, and vehicle fleet composition; For exposure assessment the number of samples taken and analysed must be representative both in tim
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  • ...dels in other situations. For general applications (e.g. for the exposure assessment), therefore, it is often advisable to use an ensemble of models and take th ...ty|Geomorf]] model, which has been developed specifically for EMF exposure assessment.
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  • ...gate the impacts of various design decisions related to ventilation system design and building material selection, and to assess the indoor air quality perfo ...over time and weather conditions, and to provide insight in the effect of design of ventilation systems, in the distribution of ventilation air within a bui
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  • ...ing design scenarios, as part of an integrated environmental health impact assessment.
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  • ...best-estimate of the 'average' function, allowing for differences in study design and methodology; ...unctions (ERFS), in the context of intergrated environmental health impact assessment. It defines principles for selecting exposure-response relationships for q
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  • ...ntries include a wide range of indicators, e.g. AMAP-Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program, and ENHIS-European Environment and Health Information System. ...l Health Monitoring System in the Czech Republic, PCBs-PCBs Monitoring and Assessment Projects in Slovakia, and KiGGS-The German Health Interview and Examination
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  • ...information is required, which captures the most important elements of the assessment. These are provided by indicators. ...from the assessment: what the indicators tell us is what we learn from the assessment, and what is not covered by an indicator might as well not be assessed.
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] Planning and designing an assessment can be a daunting task. It is essential that it is done well, for otherwis
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...to understand, and be able to evaluate, the uncertainties involved in the assessment and their implications for the consequences of any decisions that might be
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] Traditional methods of risk assessment tended to focus on singular exposures and health effects. Many of the issu
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...d in these studies thus exerts an important constraint on the design of an assessment.
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] A wide range of data are often needed to support an integrated impact assessment, either as inputs to the modelling or as a means of validating the results.
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...ese variations can be dangerous, both because it can lead to errors in the assessment and, more specifically, can mean that the differences in impact that occur
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...lly, also, value judgements are involved in interpreting the results of an assessment, and deciding what actions to take in response.
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...e [[Geographic location and extent|geographic location and extent]] of the assessment;
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...ions, the air pollution mix and concentrations. Where the location of an assessment is predefined (e.g. by the users who commissioned it), then the results sho
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] This example illustrates how results of an assessment can vary with spatial resolution of input data.
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...or which data are collected. It is a classical problem associated with the design and display of boundaries. As implied above, the modifiable areal unit pro
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...this is defined will vary depending on the [[Formulating scenarios|type of assessment]]. Diagnostic assessments often relate to current conditions; summative as
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...nvestigated merits a full integrated assessment. This is essential because assessment is a costly and time-consuming process, and can therefore be justified only
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...or doing screening, in order to determine whether a full integrated impact assessment is appropriate. Its value comes, especially, from the fact that:
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...ed for assessment, how to design the assessment (and whether or not a full assessment is warranted), to clarify and confirm assumptions or causal models, and to
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...d therefore be the first port of call when undertaking screening for a new assessment.
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...e data we do have over time. Thus, if we want to make a 'rough-and-ready' assessment of future levels of contaminants in drinking waters for a period 20 years a
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...pecial value in relation to screening, for the simple and rapid methods of assessment that have to be employed for this purpose often have limited credibility, a
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...e similarly useful in carrying out screening studies for integrated impact assessment: their ready availability and ease of acquisition means that approximations
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...oncentration relationship and model results from National-scale air toxics assessment || Marshall et al. 2005
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...of HEIMTSA/INTARESE is to test the integrated environmental health impact assessment system (IEHIAS) developed in INTARESE WP 4.2 and HEIMTSA WP 5.2 and to appl
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...do it now or wait until better information becomes available, and - if an assessment can be done - to identify the data sources that can be used and the methods
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...rely, however, are data initially collected or produced for the purpose of assessment - nor can many assessments wait until new, primary data are generated by pu
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  • ...re provided in the Data section of the Toolkit. As with other aspects of assessment, however, the value of direct measurements are limited, both by the cost an ...s, however, dispersion models are to be favoured for the purpose of impact assessment, because they more explicitly represent the real-world processes that occur
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...ts needs to be assessed. The choice of model used for each element in the assessment will depend on many factors, including:
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  • [[Category:Assessment design]] ...better information (so that the uncertainties can be reduced), and - if an assessment is to proceed - to work out how to deal with the uncertainties involved.
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  • ...rent, by providing an explicit and public document against which the final assessment can be compared. ...nature of this document will vary, depending on the issue and the type of assessment.
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  • ...to be used in combination in order to provide a reliable basis for impact assessment (Figure 1). ==Methods of exposure assessment==
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  • ...tors in IEHIAS]]), and further specified if necessary during Design of the assessment. These indicators can be targetted at any point in the chain between sourc ...need to be defined and used with care. They nevertheless add value to an assessment by making the results both more generalisable and more usable in policy ter
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  • ...at contributions related to relevant topics (called statements) within the assessment. ...l because an overview and conclusions are available from the answer of the assessment, which is continuously kept up to date, and because any relevant detail is
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  • [[Category:Open assessment training]] ...(MSc) Degree Programme in General Toxicology and Environmental Health Risk Assessment [http://www.uef.fi/toxen ToxEn].
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  • {{assessment|moderator=Jouni}} ..., researcher services and research infrastructures. {{defend|# |The impact assessment unit of [[THL]] shares the same objective. Thus, the unit wants to support
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  • [[heande:Assessment is to act: environmental health assessments as mediated open processes of c ...ko V. Pohjola's doctoral thesis. The text was originally written [[:heande:Assessment is to act: environmental health assessments as mediated open processes of c
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  • ...nsparent and freely accessible process. In this paper we evaluate two open assessment case studies about biodiesel production decisions. The evaluation compiles ...disengaged processes seem to limit open decision support the most. Chosen assessment tools can also limit broad participation.
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  • [[heande:Assessment of impacts to environment and health in influencing manufacturing and publi |reference= Pohjola, M.V., 2014. Assessment of impacts to health, safety, and environment in the context of materials p
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  • ...the implementation and outcomes of the decision. The importance of impact assessment has been brought up in many areas.<ref>Valtiovarainministeriö: Taloudellis ...limate change policies and health in Kuopio]], [[Pneumococcal vaccine]], [[Assessment of the health impacts of H1N1 vaccination]]</ref>, THL has gained good prac
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  • ...end|# |Your question is really interesting and timely. However, your draft assessment does not produce substance to answer the question. Of course what you have The participants of the assessment will be the following
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  • '''Human Exposure Patterns for Health Risk Assessment: Indoor Determinants of Personal Exposures in the European EXPOLIS Populati ...th impact assessment. In: Monitoring ambient air quality for health impact assessment. WHO Regional Publications, European Series No. 85. ISBN 92 890 1351 6, ISS
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  • ===Building assessment=== ...more in-depth building inspections are typically included in the building assessment report.
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  • [[Category:Open assessment]] ....demoshelsinki.fi/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Demos-DesignforGovernment.pdf Design for Government -report] {{#l:Demos-DesignforGovernment.pdf}}
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  • ...köyttä-hankkeen-visuaalinen-ilme|We're looking for a graphic designer to design the visual side of Yhtakoytta-project]]. (in Finnish) The project produces a literary review, needs assessment and implementation plan. For these a lot of background information is gathe
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  • ...koittaa T2b taulukossa Talk:TCDD project? Onko se koesuunnitelma? -> Study design ** Impact assessment, risk assessment, EIA, modelling
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  • [[Category:Open assessment training]] ...(MSc) Degree Programme in General Toxicology and Environmental Health Risk Assessment [http://www.uef.fi/toxen ToxEn].
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  • ! HW 1: Open assessment 16 Jun 1 (a) + 1 (b,c,d) points ! HW 3: Basic concepts of open assessment and co-creation 16 Jun 1 (a) + 1 (b) points
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  • * it can systematically organise information objects used in open assessment, such as variables and statements, ...ki/Property:P31 instance of]''' (e.g. [[Goherr assessment]] is instance of assessment).
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  • ...from several disciplines, including toxicology, exposure sciences, impact assessment, statistical and Bayesian methods, argumentation theory, ontologies, and co ...], [[Shared understanding]], [[Open assessment]], and [[Properties of good assessment]].
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