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1769 Occupational disease and morbidity modelling
  1. Y Samant1,
  2. HM Gravseth2,
  3. O Aas3,
  4. R Ekle1,
  5. T Strømholm1,
  6. V Gigonzac4,
  7. I Khireddine-Medouni4,
  8. E Breuillard4,
  9. C Bossard4,
  10. I Guseva Canu4,
  11. G Santin4,
  12. L Chérié-Challine4,
  13. T Bonney5,
  14. E Kyeremateng-Amoah5,
  15. L Forst5,
  16. L Friedman5,
  17. AC Pesatori6,7,
  18. L Angelici6,
  19. C Favero6,
  20. L Dioni6,
  21. C Mensi7,
  22. C Bareggi8,
  23. A Palleschi9,
  24. L Cantone6,
  25. D Consonni7,
  26. L Bordini7,
  27. A Todaro2,
  28. V Bollati6,7
  1. 1Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority, Norway
  2. 2National Institute of Occupational Health, Norway
  3. 3St. Olav’s Hospital, Division of occupational medicine, Norway
  4. 4Santé Publique France, French Public Health Agency, Direction of Occupational Health, Saint-Maurice, France
  5. 5University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, Chicago, USA
  6. 6EPIGET Lab – Dept. Clinical Sciences and Community Health, Università degli Studi di Milano, Milan, Italy
  7. 7Fondazione IRCCS Ca’ Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Occupational Medicine Unit, Milan, Italy
  8. 8Fondazione IRCCS Ca’ Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Medical Oncology Unit, Milan, Italy
  9. 9Fondazione IRCCS Ca’ Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Thoracic Surgery Unit, Milan, Italy


Aim of special session To highlight examples and best practice in the area of occupational disease and modelling morbidity.

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