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The establishment of EVISA is funded by the EU through the Fifth Framework Programme (G7RT- CT- 2002- 05112).

Supporters of EVISA includes:

International Journal of Environmental Health Research

International Federation of Environmental Health


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International Journal of Environmental Health Research (IJEHR) is devoted to rapid publication of research in environmental health, acting as a link between the diverse research communities and practitioners in environmental health. Original research papers, technical notes and review articles, both invited and submitted, will be included. The International Editorial Board and strict refereeing procedures ensure that the Journal maintains high scientific standards and international coverage.

IJEHR publishes articles on all aspects of the interaction of the environment with human health. This interaction can broadly be divided into three areas:

  1. The natural environment and health (health implications and monitoring of air, water and soil pollutants and pollution and health improvements and air, water and soil quality standards);
  2. The built environment and health (occupational health and safety, exposure limits, monitoring and control of pollutants in the workplace, and standards of health); and
  3. Communicable diseases (disease spread, control and prevention, food hygiene and control, and health aspects of rodents and insects).

IJEHR is published in association with the International Federation of Environmental Health and includes news from the Federation of international meetings, courses and environmental health issues. The Journal is available to members of the IFEH for personal use at a special reduced rate.

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