Euroskin Grafik

Current Activities

8th EUROSKIN Conference "From Biomarkers to Molecular Epidemiology"

In collaboration with the Norwegian Society for Photobiology and Photomedicine (NOFFOF)
3-4 November 2016 | Bergen, Norway
Click here for details


 

Past Activities

7th EUROSKIN Conference "UV an Vitamin D in Skin Cancer Prvention"

Implementation, burden & benefit
(lessons from other cancer screenings)
was organized in November 2014
Click here for details


6th EUROSKIN Conference "Skin Cancer screening"

Implementation, burden & benefit
(lessons from other cancer screenings)
was organized in November 2012
Click here for details


Scientific Workshop
Health Risks of Sunbed Use - Needs, Regulations and Perspectives

23rd April 2012 at Berlin/ Germany

Experts from Euroskin, ADP, German Cancer Aid, Mannheimer Institute of Public Health,WHO / Cancer Prevention Centre / Cancer Council Victoria,European Institut of Oncology (IEO) ,Prevention Research Institute (iPRI),Strahlenschutzkomission (SSK), Bundesministeriums für Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicher-heit (BMU) and Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz (BfS) have meet to discuss the Health Risks of Sunbed Use - Needs, Regulations and Perspectives.

The recommendations from these international experts are available under this link [24 KB]


NIR2011
43. Annual Meeting of IPRA
19.-21. Sept.2011 at Dortmund
EUROSKIN participates with a speach about "Specialities of the UV radiation from ICNIRP's point of view"


ECCO 16 Congress
European Multidisciplinary Cancer Congress
"Integrating basic & translational science, surgery, radiotherapy, medical oncology & care"
at Stockholm, 23-27 Sept. 2011
Click here for congress link


International Conference on Non-Ionizing Radiation and Children's Health
a Joint Workshop of COST, ICNIRP, WHO and EUROSKIN
18 - 20 May 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia
click on the following links for announcemen and programm
www.icnirp.org/Kids/kids&NIR2010a.htm
www.icnirp.org/Kids/kids&NIRprog.htm 


1st International Conference on UV and Skin Cancer Prevention
1.- 3. May 2011 in Copenhagen
click on the following link for conference details and EUROSKIN participation
www.cph-skincancer.com


ECCO 15th - 34th ESMO Congress, Sept. 2009
EUROSKIN had been participating with a booth at the
15th Congress of the European CanCer Organisation and
34th Congress of the European Society for Medical Oncology
in the Internationale Congress Centrum Berlin (ICC Berlin)
for more details click
EUROSKIN at the ECCO Congress
www.ecco-org.eu/Conferences 


5th Conference
Oct 2007 Hamburg / Germany
(14.-17. Oct 2007)
" Reducing the Health Risks of Sunbed Use -
Needs for Further European Harmonization of Regulations"
Congress Information


Workshop 2005
'UV exposure guidance: A balanced approach between health risks and health benefits of UV and Vitamin D.'
(Munich, Germany, 17-18 October, 2005)
Organized by ICNIRP, WHO and Euroskin
You can download abstracts and order articles which have been published as Proceedings of the workshop in "Progress in Biophysics & Molecular Biology", vol. 92, 1 - 184 (2006) by using the following link: Vit. D - Link


4th Conference
May 2005 Lyon / France
(18.-19. May 2005 / IARC)
" The Burden of Skin Cancer - Alleviating human and economic costs"
- The Role of skin Cancer Screening -


3rd Conference
'Identification and Management of Risk Factors in Skin Cancer'
Workshop: 'Histopathology Standards'

September 2003, Stockholm/Sweden
(16.-19. September 2003 / Hotel Clarion)
20. September 2003:
Workshop: 'European Certification Standard for Solaria-Studios'
Downloads: Programme [431 KB], Book of Abstracts [622 KB]


2nd Conference
'Children under the Sun' - UV-Radiation and Children's Skin
WHO Workshop: 'Children's Sun Protection Education'

October 2001, Orvieto/Italy
(01.-05.October 2001 / Centro Congressi)
Download: Programme [43 KB], Recommendations [145 KB]


1st Conference
'Towards the Promotion and Harmonization of Skin Cancer Prevention'
WHO Workshop: 'UV Sunbeds'
May 2000, Hamburg/Germany
(02.-05.May 2000 / Hotel Residenz Hafen Hamburg)
Downloads: Programme [16 KB], Recommendations [119 KB]

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