We have over the years provided comments to rules and regulations for data protection. We have especially provided information on the situation in Europe where new regulations is being negotiated. The rules have crucial importance for our access to use of data for research, especially for use of registers like the cancer Registry or the […]
Follow the links below to find 2 recent important documents about use of data for research. These influential bodies (Nature and ScienceEurope) provide strong support for making legislation that allows reuse of data for research.
At the IEA European Congress in Porto the new EU regulation was debated on Friday September 7th, 2012. At the session the Italian Judge Giovanni Buttarelli was present and took part in a panel debate with epidemiologists from Germany, Italy, Portugal and Denmark. He has worked as the supervisor and advisor (EDPS) for the […]
The count of IEA members from the European region has ranged from 265 to 285 over the last few years. At the end of 2011 there were more than 640 European members, of which 550 were from one of the 15 countries in the European Federation. There was a big contribution from the UK (290 […]
The idea of organising the European Young Epidemiologists network within the IEA European Epidemiology Federation was presented on the occasion of the European Congress of Epidemiology held in Porto in September 2004 and was received with enthusiasm by young people from several countries. The realisation of this initiative was immediately supported by the IEA-EEF board. Since then, the president of the EYE has been a member of the European Federation board. […]