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Rhodes, S. (author), Beale, S. (author), Wilkinson, J. (author), van Veldhoven, K. (author), Basinas, J. (author), Mueller, W. (author), Oude Hengel, K.M. (author), Burdorf, A. (author), Peters, S. (author), Stokholm, Z.A. (author), Schlünssen, V. (author), Kolstad, H. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Pearce, N. (author), Hayward, A. (author), van Tongeren, M. (author)
Objective: This study aimed to assess whether workplace exposures as estimated via a COVID-19 job exposure matrix (JEM) are associated with SARS-CoV-2 in the UK. Methods: Data on 244 470 participants were available from the Office for National Statistics Coronavirus Infection Survey (CIS) and 16 801 participants from the Virus Watch Cohort,...
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Scholten, B. (author), Portengen, L. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Stierum, R. (author), Downward, G.S. (author), Vlaanderen, J. (author), Vermeulen, R. (author)
Background: Chemical risk assessment can benefit from integrating data across multiple evidence bases, especially in exposure–response curve (ERC) modeling when data across the exposure range are sparse. Methods: We estimated the ERC for benzene and acute myeloid leukemia (AML), by fitting linear and spline-based Bayesian meta-regression models...
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Oude Hengel, K.M. (author), Burdorf, A. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Schlünssen, V. (author), Stokholm, Z.A. (author), Kolstad, H.A. (author), van Veldhoven, K. (author), Basinas, I. (author), van Tongeren, M. (author), Peters, S. (author)
Objective This study aimed to construct a job exposure matrix (JEM) for risk of becoming infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus in an occupational setting. Methods Experts in occupational epidemiology from three European countries (Denmark, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom) defined the relevant exposure and workplace characteristics with...
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Pronk, A. (author), Loh, M. (author), Kuijpers, E. (author), Albin, M. (author), Selander, J. (author), Godderis, L. (author), Ghosh, M. (author), Vermeulen, R. (author), Peters, S. (author), Sivesind Mehlum, I. (author), Turner, M. (author), Schlunssen, V. (author), Goldberg, M. (author), Kogevinas, M. (author), Harding, B. (author), Solovieva, S. (author), Garani-Papadatos, T. (author), van Tongeren, M. (author), Stierum, R. (author)
Exposures at work have a major impact on noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). Current risk reduction policies and strategies are informed by existing scientific evidence, which is limited due to the challenges of studying the complex relationship between exposure at work and outside work and health. We define the working life exposome as all...
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van der Feltz, S. (author), Peters, S. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Schlünssen, V. (author), Stokholm, Z.A. (author), Kolstad, H.A. (author), van Veldhoven, K. (author), Basinas, I. (author), van Tongeren, M. (author), Burdorf, A. (author), Oude Hengel, K.M. (author)
Objectives A COVID-19 Job Exposure Matrix (COVID-19-JEM) has been developed, consisting of four dimensions on transmission, two on mitigation measures, and two on precarious work. This study aims to validate the COVID-19-JEM by (i) comparing risk scores assigned by the COVID-19-JEM with self-reported data, and (ii) estimating the associations...
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Krishnan, S. (author), Vermeulen, R. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Gyori, B.M. (author), Bachman, J.A. (author), Vlaanderen, J. (author), Stierum, R. (author)
BACKGROUND: Mechanistic data is increasingly used in hazard identification of chemicals. However, the volume of data is large, challenging the efficient identification and clustering of relevant data. OBJECTIVES: We investigated whether evidence identification for hazard assessment can become more efficient and informed through an automated...
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le Feber, M. (author), Jadoenathmisier, T. (author), Goede, H. (author), Kuijpers, E. (author), Pronk, A. (author)
Will sensor-based exposure assessment be the future in workplace settings? Static instruments with embedded sensors are already applied to monitor levels of dangerous substances-in the context of acute health effects-at critical locations. However, with wearable, lightweight, miniaturized (low-cost) sensors developing quickly, much more is...
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Goede, H. (author), Kuijpers, E. (author), Krone, T. (author), le Feber, M. (author), Franken, R. (author), Fransman, W. (author), Duyzer, J. (author), Pronk, A. (author)
This commentary explores the use of high-resolution data from new, miniature sensors to enrich models that predict exposures to chemical substances in the workplace. To optimally apply these sensors, one can expect an increased need for new models that will facilitate the interpretation and extrapolation of the acquired time-resolved data. We...
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Burdorf, A. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Peters, S. (author), Oude Hengel, K. (author), Stokholm, Z. (author), Kolstad, H. (author), Schlunssen, V. (author), van Veldhoven, K. (author), Basinas, I. (author), van Tongeren, M. (author)
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Kuijpers, E. (author), le Feber, M. (author), Schinkel, J. (author), Pronk, A. (author)
Beroepsziekten hebben een grate impact op onze maatschappij. Dat moet en kan anders. Met de Virtual Occupational Hygiene Assistant (VOHA) werkt TNO aan effectievere preventie ervan. Deze techniek maakt het mogelijk om continu en preciezer blootstellingen in de werkomgeving te meten. En maakt zo gerichter en directer ingrijpen mogelijk. Vakmedianet
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Andrianou, X.D. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Galea, K.S. (author), Stierum, R. (author), Loh, M. (author), Riccardo, F. (author), Pezzotti, P. (author), Makris, K.C. (author)
The COVID-19 pandemic placed public health measures against infectious diseases at the core of global health challenges, especially in cities where more than half of the global population lives. SARS-CoV-2 is an exposure agent recently added to the network of exposures that comprise the human exposome, i.e. the totality of all environmental...
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Mueller, W. (author), Wilkinson, P. (author), Milner, J. (author), Vardoulakis, S. (author), Steinle, S. (author), Pärkkä, J. (author), Parmes, E. (author), Cluitmans, L. (author), Kuijpers, E. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Sarigiannis, D. (author), Karakitsios, S. (author), Chapizanis, D. (author), Maggos, T. (author), Stamatelopoulou, A. (author), Loh, M. (author)
Background: Greenspace has been associated with health benefits in many contexts. An important pathway may be through outdoor physical activity. We use a novel approach to examine the link between greenspace microenvironments and outdoor physical activity levels in the HEALS study conducted in Edinburgh (UK), the Netherlands, and Athens and...
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van Veldhoven, K. (author), Basinas, I. (author), Oude Hengel, K. (author), Burdorf, A. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Peters, S. (author), Schlünssen, V. (author), Stockholm, Z.A. (author), Kolstad, H.A. (author), van Tongeren, M. (author)
Background Studies have shown a higher mortality due to COVID-19 amongst certain professions. The risk of becoming infected with SARS-CoV-2 and the occupational conditions associated with this, have not been studied extensively. This study aimed to develop and validate a Job Exposure Matrix (JEM) to assess the risk of COVID-19 in the workplace....
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van Wel, L. (author), van Dommelen, P. (author), Zuurbier, M. (author), Heinen, D. (author), Odink, J. (author), Bezem, J. (author), Verkerk, P.H. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Hoek, G. (author)
Air pollution, noise, and green space are important environmental exposures, having been linked to a variety of specific health outcomes. However, there are few studies addressing overall early life development. To assess their effects, associations between developmental milestones for a large population of 0–4-year old children in The...
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Pronk, A. (author)
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Oude Hengel, K.M. (author), Burdorf, A. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Schlunssen, V. (author), Stokholm, Z.A. (author), Kolstad, H.A. (author), van Veldhoven, K. (author), Basinas, I. (author), van Tongeren, M. (author), Peters, S. (author)
Abstract from the 28th International Symposium on Epidemiology in Occupational Health EPICOH.
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Oude Hengel, K.M. (author), Burdorf, A. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Peters, S. (author), Stokholm, Z. (author), Kolstad, H. (author), Schlünssen, V. (author), van Veldhoven, K. (author), Basinas, I. (author), van Tongeren, M. (author)
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Pronk, A. (author), Loh, M. (author), Kuijpers, E. (author), Albin, M. (author), Selander, J. (author), Godderis, L. (author), Ghosh, M. (author), Vermeulen, R. (author), Peters, S. (author), Sivesind Mehlum, I. (author), Turner, M. (author), Schlunssen, V. (author), Goldberg, M. (author), Kogevinas, M. (author), Harding, B. (author), So, S. (author)
Abstract from the 28th International Symposium on Epidemiology in Occupational Health EPICOH.
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Pronk, A. (author), Nuckols, J.R. (author), de Roos, A.J. (author), Airola, M. (author), Colt, J.S. (author), Cerhan, J.R. (author), Morton, L. (author), Cozen, W. (author), Severson, R. (author), Blair, A. (author), Cleverly, D. (author), Ward, M.H. (author)
Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported an error in the unit of the average emission metric (AEI). The AEI was incorrectly reported as nanograms (ng) toxic equivalency quotient (TEQ)/year in the abstract, methods, discussion, and Table 1. The correct unit is grams (g) TEQ/year. The authors apologize for this error.
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van den Dries, M.A. (author), Keill, A.P. (author), Tiemeier, H. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Spaan, S. (author), Santos, S. (author), Asimakopoulos, A.G. (author), Kannan, K. (author), Gaillard, R. (author), Guxens, M. (author), Trasande, L. (author), Jaddoe, V.W.V. (author), Ferguson, K.K. (author)
BACKGROUND: Prenatal exposure to mixtures of nonpersistent chemicals is universal. Most studies examining these chemicals in association with fetal growth have been restricted to single exposure models, ignoring their potentially cumulative impact. OBJECTIVE: We aimed to assess the association between prenatal exposure to a mixture of phthalates...
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