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THE EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEM (ENHIS)

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Postal Address: Andrey Egorov, Manager Christian Gapp, Technical Officer Environmental Health Information System(ENHIS) WHO European Centre for Environment and Health, Bonn Office WHO Regional Office for Europe Hermann-Ehlers-Straße 10 D-53113 Bonn Germany
Phone number: +49 228 815 0407
Website: http://www.enhis.org/, http://www.enhis.pl/
Organisation Type: Research Management
Organisation summary: ENHIS is an evidence-based information system aiming to support public health and environmental policies in the WHO European Region. It produces indicator-based assessments of recognized environment and health priorities for the European Region as a series of comprehensive standardized fact sheets. ENHIS fact sheets address the four Regional Priority Goals (RPG) identified and reaffirmed by the latest Ministerial Conferences on Environment and Health: •ensuring public health by improving access to safe water and sanitation (RPG 1); •addressing obesity and injuries through safe environments, physical activity and healthy diet (RPG 2); •preventing disease through improved outdoor and indoor air quality (RPG 3); •preventing disease arising from chemical, biological and physical environments (RPG 4).

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Demography: All , First year of life: , 1-4 years , 5-9 years , 10-14 years , 15-18 years ,
Child Related Topics: Environmental Pollution , Climate , Climate change , Recreation grounds ,
Health issues, determinants and measures: Indicators , Lifestyle indicators , Family health and relations , Food and nutrition , Food and nourishment , Diet , Obesity , Exercise , Social determinants , Economics, finance and industry , Inequalities , Environment , Air pollution / Pollution and care of the environment , Chemical safety , Food poisoning and food safety , Housing and health , Built environment , Noise and health , Occupational health , Safe water , Sewerage , Transport and health , Chronic disease , Occupational diseases , Risk assessment , Prevention , Health policy , EU in the world , European environment and health process , Government and law, Legislation , Health impact assessment , Health in all policies , Health programme , Health strategy , Services, systems and policies ,
Study type / scale / state of progress / setting: Selected European countries , Professional research ,