Evidence Reviews

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Our evidence reviews are motivated by our ongoing assessment of knowledge translation needs and gaps in environmental health practice and policy. These documents uses a semi-systematic literature review process to capture and then synthesize the relevant academic and grey literature. The final product is internally and externally reviewed before publication.

How the New Analytical Geomatics Technologies can help Environmental Health Professionals and Decision-makers to make Further use of Mapping than what is offered traditionally by Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Web Mapping

Systematic Review of Human Biomonitoring Studies of Environmental Contaminants

Chlorination Disinfection By-Products in Drinking Water

A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Childhood Leukemia and Parental Occupational Pesticide Exposure

Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs)

Epidemiologic Evidence of Relationships Between Reproductive and Child Health Outcomes and Environmental Chemical Contaminants

When can Point-of-Use Water Filters be used for Removal of Protozoa?

An Evaluation of Interventions Designed to Reduce Ultraviolet Radiation Exposure

Hog Farms and Their Impact on the Quality of Life of People Living in Rural Areas

Systematic Review of Surveillance Systems for Emerging Zoonotic Diseases

Health Effects from Mould Exposure in Indoor Environments - revised