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Presentations

1. Power Point Presentations of “3RD EURO-ASIAN CONFERENCE ON HAZARDOUS WASTE & HUMAN HEALTH” Istanbul, Turkey March 27-30, 2008

March 27th, Thursday – World Health Organization Workshop

David Carpenter: Welcome and introduction of the speakers
David Carpenter: Opening: The need to address child health and the environment
Jenny Pronczuk: Why children? ? are not little adults
Marie-Noël Bruné: Fetal environmental origins of disease
Simona Surdu: Children and chemicals
Leyla Erk McCurdy: Environmental Management of Pediatric Asthma
Jenny Pronczuk: Climate Change and Children?s Health
David Carpenter: Metals & child health: Lead, Mercury, other
Nida Besbelli: Pesticides, POPs and children
Working group discussions on CEH: Challenges and Opportunities
Jenny Pronczuk: Introduction to the Pediatric Environmental History
Christian Schweizer: Taking action: WHO Europe’s activities to improve children’s environmental health in the Euro-Asian region
Closing panel: Towards healthier and safer environments for children
Keynote Address: Dr. William.SuK

 

March 28th, Friday – Session 1
Mechanisms of Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis

I. Normatov: Risk Assessment & Impact of Radioactive Waste, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Haider Khwaja: In-depth characterization of urban aerosols using Electron Microscopy and Energy-Dispersive X-ray Analysis, New York State Department of Health, USA
T. McDonald: Methods for Monitoring Environmental Contamination in Central & Eastern Europe, Texas A&M, USA
H.A. Qdais: Environmental Health Impacts of a Vehicle Assembly Plant, Amman, Jordan
G.L. Larsen: Fate of Endocrine Disruptors in Municipal Waste Treatment Plants, Animal Production Facilities and Soil, USDA ARS Biosciences Research Laboratory, Fargo, ND, USA
Panel Discussion: Air pollution issues in the Euro-Asian region: What mechanisms can promote regional cooperation in finding a solution?

March 29th, Saturday – Session 2

Reha Cengizlier: Pediatric asthma and its prevalence in Turkey. Yeditepe University, Turkey.
David O. Carpenter:Respiratory Disease and Exposure to Environmental Contaminants
Ainash Sharshenova: The use of spatial analysis for assessment of the incidence of acute Intestinal infections in children. Scientific and Production Centre for Preventive Medicine, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic.

Session 3
Turkish Society of Toxicology Symposium

Caner Zanbak: Industrial Waste Management Issues in Developing Countries – A Case History, Turkey, Istanbul, Turkey.
Hande Gürer-Orhan: Environmental lead contamination and blood lead levels of children in Turkey, Izmir, Turkey.
Semra Sardas: Chidren’s Health and Adverse Drug Reactions Turkish Pharmacovigilance Commission, Istanbul, Turkey
Mümtaz İşcan: Hazard identification for contaminants, Ankara, Turkey.

Session 4
Water Contamination in Euro-Asia

I. Hadjamberdiev: Water related epidemic illnesses spreading due to global warming, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
Dilorom Fayzieva: Safe drinking water in Central Asia: Problems and possible solutions, Academy of Sciences, Uzbekistan
E. Gurzau: Impact of periodic flooding on health and the environment in Romania
M.H. Rahman: Water quality and arsenic pollution in groundwater of Bangladesh, Rajshahi,Bangladesh

Session 5
Hazardous Waste Impacts on Health in Euro-Asia

R.C. Sah: Environmental pollution and children?s health in Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal.
E.A. Mammadov: Negative environmental conditions of west region of Azerbaijan
Muzafar Isobaev: Environmental health and hazardous waste issues in Tajikistan and other Central Asian countries, Tajik Academy of Sciences, Tajikistan.
R. Finnell: Genetic Factors Affecting Sensitivity to Hazardous Chemicals, Texas A&M Institute for Biosciences & Technology.
Panel Discussion: What are the best mechanisms for promotion of regional cooperation on environmental health and hazardous waste issues in the Euro-Asian region?

March 30th, Sunday – Session 6

Arif Islamzadeh: Remediation of Mercury Contaminated Environment, Sumgayit, Azerbaijan
A. Murat Tuncer: Environmental Effect on Children?s Health in Turkey, Ministry of Health,Turkey.

Session 7
Pollution and Human Health Problems in the Black Sea Region

Dmitrii Pavlov: Organochlorine Pesticides in the Black/Azov Seas Basin Rivers, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia.
Sayhan Topçuoğlu: Monitoring of anthropogenic and natural radionuclides in organism and sediment samples from Turkish Coast of the Black Sea, Turkish Marine Research Association (TÜDAV), Istanbul, Turkey
Beste Atasoy: Radiation induced cancer in human population on the basis of epidemiological data, Marmara University, Department of Radiation Oncology, Istanbul, Turkey
Rıfat Emral: Thyroid consequences of the Chernobyl nuclear power station accident on the Turkish population, Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey
Violeta Velikova: Black Sea Commission activities in relation to Pollution and Human Health Problems in the Black Sea Region, Pollution Monitoring and Assessment Officer, Permanent Secretariat Commission on the Protection of the Black Sea Against Pollution
Panel Discussion: Pollution and Human Health Problems in the Black Sea Region

Session 8
Site assessment and remediation

B. Revich: Hot spots of environmental pollutants in Russia. Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia.
Z. Fatmi: Pesticides exposure among children 5-15 years: results of the National Health Survey of Pakistan. Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan.
R.A. Kulmatov: Investigation of migration forms of pollutants in the transboundary rivers of Central Asia. National University of Uzbekistan.
G.M. Kassım: Nitrification rates of some soil from Northern Iraq. University of Mosul, Department of Soil and Water Sciences, Iraq.
R. Stepanyan: Adverse effects of climate change on human health and response measures in Armenia. UNDP/GEF Climate Change Project, Yerevan, Armenia.
Final Panel Discussion: How can we promote regional and international cooperation in dealing with human health consequences of environmental contamination?

2.Power Point Presentations of “THE WORKSHOP ON CHILDREN’S ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH IN CENTRAL ASIA AND THE MIDDLE EAST: Capacity Building and Networking Among Selected Countries.” June 2006, Almaty, Kazakhstan

  • National Profiles and Plans of Action
  • Key Global Issues Identified by W.H.O.
  • Training and Research Activities Promoted by W.H.O. – Tools and Mechanisms
  • Training and Research Activities Promoted by W.H.O. – Training Package for the Health Sector
  • Creating a Mission-Driven Organization
  • Setting up Pediatric Environmental Health Centres
  • The Pediatric Environmental History: A tool for Health Care Providers

3.The Program and the Presentations of “the CEHCA – 2005 Meeting” April 2005, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

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