The library is searchable and provides rapid access to guidance, methods, protocols and research outputs. This includes both protocols developed under the HBM4EU, and other relevant, publicly available guidance and materials.

By including existing materials from across our broad range of partners, we expect to bring together a rich array of existing materials. This includes training materials produced for capacity building under the HBM4EU.

Our goal is to build a European HBM library to serve as a repository that can be widely used by scientists and policy makers involved in public health and occupational health and safety.

The online library includes:

HBM4EU Library
   Guidelines, protocols and questionnaires
Guidance Supplying DC - Receiving DC Agreement
10 downloads Sylvie Remy, Koert Van Espen, Jimmy Verhulst, Eva Govarts, Liese Gilles, Greet Schoeters, Nina Vogel. 27-05-2020 7:19 Download
Fieldwork Manual Template
142 downloads Ulrike Fiddicke (UBA), Kim Pack (UBA) 29-01-2019 15:24 Download
HBM4EU Legal and Ethics Policy Document
990 downloads Lisbeth E. Knudsen, Berit Faber 01-10-2018 14:12 Download
General guidance for new method development within HBM4EU and role of task 9.3 therein
213 downloads Holger Koch, Monika Kasper-Sonnenberg, Daniel Bury (IPA) 13-09-2018 10:40 Download
Guidelines for linking HBM and health studies
263 downloads Main Authors: Hanna Tolonen, Anna-Maria Andersson, Loïc Rambaud, Romuald Tagne-Fotso, Carla Ancona, Dominik Lermen, Ana Virgolino. Contributors: Lisbeth K Knudsen, Gudrun Koppen, Greet Schoeters 10-09-2018 8:57 Download
Criteria for the use of existing biological samples from health studies
136 downloads Merja Korkalainen, Panu Rantakokko, Päivi Ruokolainen, Hanna Tolonen 10-09-2018 8:55 Download