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Linking Air Quality and Health Data in Ireland (May 2019)

Joint UCC and Trinity College Dublin symposium supported by EPA Ireland and endorsed by Healthy Ireland.

Date: May 22nd 2019

Time: 10.00-16.00

Location: Room 1.28

Environmental Research Institute (ERI)

University College Cork, Lee Road, Cork, T23 XE10, Ireland.



Tea and Coffee

Session 1 Current Research Projects on Environmental and Health Research

Chairperson: Dr Éilis O’Reilly, School of Public Health, UCC
10.30 Welcome and Introduction

INHALE Project at University College Cork

Stig Hellebust, Department of Chemistry, UCC

Health impact of NO2

Margaret O’Mahony and Brian Broderick, Trinity College Dublin

Air Quality Data Collection and Availability in Ireland

Micheál O ’Dwyer, EPA Ireland
11.40 Discussion
12.00 Tea and Coffee

Session 2 Lessons Learned

Chairperson: Prof Margaret O’Mahony, Trinity College Dublin

Lessons from 30-years of Working with Health and Environmental Data

Pat Goodman, Dublin Institute of Technology

Accessing Clinical Data: The Long Winding Road

Jean O ’Dwyer, School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, UCC

NO2 Exposure and Asthma among over-50s in Ireland: A Microdata Analysis

Seán Lyons, ESRI
13.10 Discussion
13.20 Lunch

Session 3 Opportunities Identified

Chairperson: Dr Stig Hellebust, University College Cork

Health Data in Ireland

Claire Buckley, Health Service Executive

Honest Broker Services Outside Ireland

Éilis O’Reilly, School of Public Health, UCC

Environment and Health Statistics

Gerry Brady, Central Statistics Office (additional document)

Quantifying Exposure to Air Pollution in Urban Areas using Human Mobility Patterns

Marguerite Nyhan, Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, UCC

Contact details:
15.50 Discussion
16.00 Close of Event

The June 2019 version of the INHALE Newsletter summaries the content of our May symposium title "Linking air quality and health data in Ireland". The symposium was jointly hosted with colleagues in Trinity College Dublin.

You can download the Newsletter by clicking on the link below

INHALE Newsletter June 2019


The INHALE Project

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