HBM4EU produces a range of results that are made available to a broad range of audiences both via this website, as well as through direct communication and via other dissemination channels.
In reporting our progress to the European Commission, we produce regular deliverables from across the project.
The HBM4EU partners will also communicate results by publishing articles in peer-review journals. Our first article is accessible via this link.
In addition, we will produce targeted communication products tailored to meet the knowledge needs of specific audiences, including technical and non-technical reports, as well as policy briefs and research briefs.
All deliverables, articles and communication products will be accessible via our publications page.
Our first HBM4EU newsletter is expected in September 2017.
At the end of 2017, the HBM4EU online library will be established, providing access to a range of technical guidance materials, as well as documents on research protocols and standard operating procedures.
The HBM4EU Training Programme will be in place by the end of 2017, to kick off in 2018.
In investigating current policy questions regarding chemicals, HBM4EU will identify, gather and collate existing human biomonitoring data, as well as addressing gaps in the evidence based by producing new data. Information on data used and produced under the project is available here.