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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
    11 KB (1,708 words) - 18:49, 14 October 2014
  • * [[Open assessment]] ...hods for policy support together with Mikko Pohjola. They developed [[open assessment]], which assesses health and other impacts of policies using open work proc
    73 KB (9,704 words) - 10:34, 24 November 2020
  • ...rese/index.php/Guidebook_TOC Guidebook] [[:Intarese:Help:Guidebook on risk assessment| (old)]] (and Resource Centre) is ==General assessment framework==
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  • {{defend|2|On the level of actual assessment there are the processes themselves and the products (structured description |Statements= Guidebook contains descriptions of a general assessment framework and the Intarese framework
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  • ...assessment]] is an original piece of the page [[Help:The phases of a risk assessment]]. Therefore, any discussion related to the contents of the template should ...of the attributes. Therefore it does cover the phase of ''execution'' or ''assessment itself'', but does not explicitly cover reporting, treating it as a separat
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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
    390 bytes (54 words) - 12:32, 17 November 2009
  • The risk assessment work has six phases. The work during a particular phase is always built on The phases of risk assessment are called:
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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
    10 KB (1,616 words) - 16:05, 29 January 2011
  • ...op lecture1.ppt|Lecture 1]]: Introduction to [[Open assessment | Open Risk Assessment (ORA)]] and the workshop ([[user:Jouni|Jouni]]) ...assessment framework overview to the second lecture, or should the general assessment framework overview be more clearly divided between lectures 1 and 2?|--[[Us
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  • [[category:Open assessment]] '''Evaluating assessment performance''' is a lecture about the factors that constitute the performan
    9 KB (1,312 words) - 12:02, 26 March 2009
  • [[Category:Kuopio Risk Assessment Workshop 2008]] ...he other things you would like to share (no nude) related to the Open Risk Assessment Workshop 2008.'''
    14 KB (2,270 words) - 16:07, 31 May 2008
  • Evaluation, EMS, Effectiveness, Open Assessment, REA, Outcome * Recent evaluation approaches also emphasize societal model/assessment outcomes
    63 KB (8,880 words) - 16:20, 4 March 2015
  • {{Assessment|moderator=Päivi Meriläinen | page = Risk assessment of nitrate in drinking water
    10 KB (1,149 words) - 16:07, 29 January 2011
  • ...aim should be based on human data, primarily from intervention studies the design of which should include the following considerations: '''The open assessment approach
    8 KB (1,212 words) - 21:47, 27 September 2008
  • [[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]].
    24 KB (3,618 words) - 12:49, 28 March 2011
  • ...opagating the tidings of joy of open assessment to the global research and assessment community. Things that have been identified as important to be addressed be ...of the workshop week as it somehow demonstrated the philosophy behind open assessment, and it could have been illuminating to consider the contents of the other
    12 KB (1,754 words) - 12:46, 16 November 2009
  • exposure assessment in studying cancer risk of dioxins, '''we decided to undertake the major ef ====Exposure assessment====
    84 KB (11,293 words) - 18:07, 1 August 2019
  • [[Category:Open assessment]] ...gs, peer review does have value in quality control, also in the context of assessment.
    8 KB (1,222 words) - 09:17, 14 June 2014
  • [[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.
    13 KB (1,957 words) - 14:12, 27 March 2009

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