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Validity of self-reported data to assess the prevalence of overweight, hypertension and cholesterol

Source: European Journal of Public Health, Volume 31, Issue Supplement_3 (2021) Abstract: Background Accurate data on the risk factors of non-communicable diseases is essential to build evidence ...

Unravelling data for rapid evidence-based response to COVID-19: a summary of the unCoVer protocol

evidence-based response to COVID-19—is a Horizon 2020-funded network of 29 partners from 18 countries capable of collecting and using real-world data (RWD) derived from the response and provision of care to ...

Mapping abundance distributions of allergenic tree species in urbanized landscapes: A nation-wide study for Belgium using forest inventory and citizen science data

potential future allergy risk posed by green spaces and pave the way for a wide variety of applications at fine-scale, which is indispensable for evidence-based urban green space policy and planning in ...

Social integration of people with severe mental illness: A challenge for health care systems and policies

however, remained relatively low and has not much improved over the past decades. Much research has focused on socially inclusive evidence-based practices and interventions, but this thesis shows that ...

Prevalence estimates of genital Chlamydia trachomatis infection in Belgium: results from two cross-sectional studies.

underestimated. This study aimed to estimate the point-prevalence of chlamydia in the broader Belgian population, to inform evidence-based prevention and control strategies. METHODS: We conducted two ...

Leveraging of SARS-CoV-2 PCR Cycle Thresholds Values to Forecast COVID-19 Trends.

correlated with daily estimated prevalence for all age-classes. We provide preliminary evidence that trends of Ct values can help to both follow and predict the epidemic’s trajectory at local and national ...

Safety assessment of titanium dioxide (E171) as a food additive.

E 171 titanium dioxide Abstract: The present opinion deals with an updated safety assessment of the food additive titanium dioxide (E 171) based on new relevant scientific evidence considered by the ...

Urban environment and mental health: the NAMED project, protocol for a mixed-method study

problem in modern societies and tend to be more frequent in big cities. Where increased evidence exists for positive links between nature and mental health, associations between urban environment ...

Healthcare-associated infections in home healthcare: an extensive assessment, 2019.

two rounds had 21 and 23 participants, respectively. No standard definition was broadly accepted or known. Evidence on associated risk factors was impacted by methodological limitations and ...

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