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Perinatal health in the Danube region - new birth cohort justified.

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    0473154 - ÚEM 2018 RIV DE eng J - Článek v odborném periodiku
    Knudsen, L. E. - Andersen, Z.J. - Šrám, Radim - Braun Kohlová, M. - Gurzau, E.S. - Fucic, A. - Gribaldo, L. - Rössner ml., Pavel - Rössnerová, Andrea - Máca, V. - Zvěřinová, I. - Gajdošová, D. - Moshammer, H. - Rudnai, P. - Ščasný, M.
    Perinatal health in the Danube region - new birth cohort justified.
    Reviews on Environmental Health. Roč. 32, 1-2 (2017), s. 9-14. ISSN 0048-7554. E-ISSN 2191-0308
    Institucionální podpora: RVO:68378041
    Klíčová slova: birth cohort * child health * Danube region * environmental exposures
    Obor OECD: Public and environmental health
    Impakt faktor: 1.284, rok: 2017

    In 2013–2015, a consortium of European scientists – NEWDANUBE – was established to prepare a birth cohort in the Danube region, including most of the countries with the highest air pollution in Europe, the area being one-fifth of the European Union’s (EU’s) territory, including 14 countries (nine EU member states), over 100 million inhabitants, with numerous challenges: big socioeconomic disparities, and a region-specific environmental pollution. A birth cohort in the Danube area could apply the established methodologies for prenatal exposure and birth outcome measurements and establish a platform for targeted health promotion in couples planning pregnancies. The consortium included a strong socioeconomic part focusing on the participant’s active registration of exposures to environmental toxicants and health indicators of disease and wellbeing, combined with investigation of their risk-reducing behavior and interventions to change their lifestyle to avoid the adverse health risks. Willingness to pay for reducing the health risks in children is also proposed to be estimated. Further collaboration and networking is encouraged as the Danube region has several decades of experience and expertise
    in biomonitoring adult populations exposed environmentally or occupationally. Additionally, some countries in the Danube region launched small-scale birth cohorts encouraged by participation in several ongoing research projects.

    Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0276296

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