Action B6

Development of guidelines (ISS)

This action aims at the development of guidelines for the reproducibility and generalized application of the methodology proposed. The guidelines will encompass recommendations for the format, collection, processing of data, statistical analysis and for the collection of additional environment and health data where appropriate as well as the reference document and the preliminary recommendations for policy answer at European National and Regional levels. The guidelines development will benefit of an already established close collaboration with the COPHES and DEMOCOPHES teams.

The expected result is a national report in English and in the four national official languages which will include recommendations for policy answer.

Beside the six scientific actions above listed four cross-cutting actions are foreseen dealing  with the monitoring the impact of project actions, the communication and dissemination activities and the management of the project

The Action 6 has only one task focusing on the development of guidelines for the reproducibility and generalized application of the methodology proposed.

This action has only one task focusing on the development of guidelines for the reproducibility and generalized application of the methodology proposed.

This action includes assessing from an operational point of view the data obtained in the other Actions and: (i) making recommendations on how to optimally use the measurements available (ii) making recommendations for measurements to be made when data gaps are identified, and (ii) defining strategies for monitoring and assessment to fully elaborate the health impact associated with environmental burden.

The guidelines will encompass recommendations for the format, collection, processing of data, statistical analysis and for the collection of additional environment and health data where appropriate as well as the reference document and the preliminary recommendations for policy answer at European National and Regional levels