ONLINE LIBRARY

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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:

Name Downloads Author Last Modified Download
Name Downloads Author Last Modified Download
HBM4EU Library
   Research results
     Deliverable 10.6 annexes
55 downloads Katleen De Brouwere, Ann.Colles, Elly Den Hond, Lisbeth.E. Knudsen, Maria Uhl 08-07-2022 9:48 Download
2389 downloads Ana Virgolino, Osvaldo Santos, Mónica Fialho 25-02-2019 11:06 Download
328 downloads Ana Virgolino, Osvaldo Santos, Mónica Fialho 25-02-2019 11:04 Download
593 downloads Ana Virgolino, M. Fátima Reis, Osvaldo Santos, Mónica Fialho 19-09-2018 10:18 Download
400 downloads Ana Virgolino, M. Fátima Reis, Osvaldo Santos, Mónica Fialho 19-09-2018 10:17 Download
495 downloads Ana Virgolino, M. Fátima Reis, Osvaldo Santos, Mónica Fialho 19-09-2018 10:15 Download
2382 downloads Ana Virgolino, M. Fátima Reis, Osvaldo Santos, Mónica Fialho 23-01-2018 15:26 Download
2378 downloads Ana Virgolino, M. Fátima Reis, Osvaldo Santos, Mónica Fialho 23-01-2018 15:25 Download
660 downloads Ana Virgolino, M. Fátima Reis, Osvaldo Santos, Mónica Fialho 23-01-2018 15:23 Download
507 downloads Ana Virgolino, M. Fátima Reis, Osvaldo Santos, Mónica Fialho 23-01-2018 15:20 Download
10893 downloads Ana Virgolino, M. Fátima Reis, Osvaldo Santos, Mónica Fialho 23-01-2018 15:16 Download
Prioritisation strategy and criteria
674 downloads Jean-Nicolas ORMSBY (ANSES), Christophe ROUSSELLE (ANSES), Pierre LECOQ (ANSES), Eva OUGIER (ANSES), Catherine GANZLEBEN (EEA) 11-12-2017 15:18 Download

Disclaimer

The HBM4EU project was launched in 2016 with the aim of improving the collective understanding of human exposure to hazardous chemicals and developing HBM as an exposure assessment method. The project had €74m in funding and jointly implemented by 120 partners from 28 participating countries – 24 EU member states plus Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Israel and the European Environment Agency. One of its aims was to ensure the sustainability of HBM in the EU beyond 2021. The project ended in June 2022. The website will not be updated any longer, except the page on peer reviewed publications, but will be online until 2032.