COST Action CA18218

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Publications

Estimating the direct Covid-19 disability-adjusted life years impact on the Malta population for the first full year
Cuschieri S, Calleja N, Devleesschauwer B, Wyper GMA
BMC Public Health. 2021;;21:1827

 

Risk factors and their contribution to population health in the European Union (EU-28) countries in 2007 and 2017
Santos JV, Gorasso V, Souza J, Wyper GMA, Grant I, Pinheiro V, Viana J, Ricciardi W, Haagsma JA, Devleesschauwer B, Plass D, Freitas A
Eur J Public Health. 2021; in press

 

Burden of non-communicable diseases in Cyprus, 1990–2017: findings from the Global Burden of Disease 2017 study
Charalampous P, Pallari E, Tyrovolas S, Middleton N, Economou M, Devleesschauwer B, Haagsma JA
Arch Public Health. 2021;79:138

 

Recommendations to plan a national burden of disease study
Haneef R, Schmidt J, Gallay A, Devleesschauwer B, Grant I, Rommel A, Wyper GMA, van Oyen H, Hilderink H, Ziese T, Newton J
Arch Public Health. 2021;79:126

 

The increasing significance of disease severity in a burden of disease framework
Wyper G, Assunçao R, Fletcher E, Gourley M, Grant I, Haagsma J, Hilderink H, Idavain J, Lesnik T, von der Lippe E, Majdan M, McCartney G, Pallari E, Pires S, Plass D, Porst M, Santos J, Santric-Milicevic M, de Haro Moro MT, Stockton D, Devleesschauwer B
Scand J Public Health. 2021; in press

 

Health expectancies in the European Union: same concept, different methods, different results
Santos JV, Viana J, Devleesschauwer B, Haagsma J, Costa-Santos C, Ricciardi W, Freitas A
J Epidemiol Community Health. 2021;75:764-771

 

Burden of foodborne diseases: think global, act local
Pires SM, Desta BN, Mughini-Gras L, Mmbaga BT, Fayemi OE, Salvador EM, Gobena T, Majowicz SE, Hald TM, Hoejskov PS, Minato Y, Devleesschauwer B
Curr Opin Food Sci. 2021;39:152-159

 

Conducting national burden of disease studies in small countries in Europe– a feasible challenge?
Cuschieri S, Pallari E, Terzic N, Alkerwi A, Sigurvinsdottir R, Sigfusdottir ID, Devleesschauwer B
Arch Public Health. 2021;79:73

 

Burden of disease methods: a guide to calculate COVID-19 disability-adjusted life years
Wyper GMA, Assunçao RMA, Colzani E, Grant I, Haagsma JA, Lagerweij G, Von der Lippe E, McDonald SA, Pires SM, Porst M, Speybroeck N, Devleesschauwer B
Int J Public Health. 2021;66:619011

 

Reflections on key methodological decisions in national burden of disease assessments
von der Lippe E, Devleesschauwer B, Gourley M, Haagsma J, Hilderink H, Porst M, Wengler A, Wyper G, Grant I
Arch Public Health. 2020;78:137

 

Measuring disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) due to low back pain in Malta
Cuschieri S, Wyper GMA, Calleja N, Gorasso V, Devleesschauwer B
Arch Public Health. 2020;78:68

 

Valuing the years of life lost due to COVID-19: the differences and pitfalls.
Devleesschauwer B, McDonald S, Speybroeck N, Wyper GMA
Int J Public Health. 2020;65:719-720

 

Population vulnerability to COVID-19 in Europe: a burden of disease analysis
Wyper GM, Assunção RM, Cuschieri S, Devleeschauwer B, Fletcher E, Haagsma JA, Hilderink H, Idavain J, Lesnik T, Von der Lippe E, Majdan M, Santric-Milicevic M, Pallari E, Peñalvo JL, Pires SM, Plass D, Santos JV, Stockton DL, Thomsen ST, Grant I
Arch Public Health. 2020;78:47

 

European burden of disease network: strengthening the collaboration
Devleesschauwer B
Eur J Public Health. 2020;30:2-3

 

Workshops

National burden of disease studies: inspirational experiences from across the globe
16th World Congress on Public Health, online event, 2020
The French national Global Burden of Disease (GBD) evaluation project
— Anne Gallay, Santé Publique France, France
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The experience of the Italian Global Burden of Disease Initiative
— Lorenzo Monasta, Institute for Maternal and Child Health - IRCCS Burlo Garofolo, Italy
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The power of administrative data in national studies: experiences from the Scottish Burden of Disease study
— Ian Grant, Public Health Scotland, UK
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Conducting a national burden of disease study in South Korea: from past to present
— Seok-Jun Yoon, Korea University, South Korea
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Key developments and results from the Australian Burden of Disease Study
— Michelle Gourley, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Australia
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Burden of foodborne disease: methods and relevance of national studies
16th World Congress on Public Health, online event, 2020
Burden of Foodborne Disease in the Netherlands: from science to policy
— Lapo Mughini Gras, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Netherlands
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Estimating burden of foodborne diseases where public health impact is higher and data scarcer: a study in four African countries
— Binyam Desta, University of Waterloo, Canada
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Using novel methodologies to support burden of disease estimates
— Tine Hald, National Food Institute, Denmark
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Capacity building and support from international organizations
— Peter Hoejskov, WHO European Regional Office, Denmark
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European burden of disease network: strengthening the collaboration
16th World Congress on Public Health, online event, 2020
Unscattering the burden of disease landscape: supporting interaction between existing burden of disease efforts
— Juanita Haagsma, Erasmus MC, Netherlands
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Fostering methodological advances and technical capacity building
— Ian Grant, Public Health Scotland, UK
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Knowledge translation and health policy for burden of disease
— Elena Pallari, Cube Integrated Engineering, Cyprus
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Deconstructing the DALY: step by step guide to calculating YLL and YLD
16th World Congress on Public Health, online event, 2020
Data inputs and assumptions in calculating the fatal burden in burden of disease studies
— Elena von der Lippe, Robert Koch Institute, Germany
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Data inputs and assumptions in calculating the non-fatal burden in burden of disease studies
— Juanita Haagsma, Erasmus MC, Netherlands
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Environmental Burden of Disease: methods and applications
12th European Public Health Conference, Marseille, France, 21-23 November 2019
Introduction to the Environmental Burden of Disease concept – history, methods and selected results
— Dietrich Plass, Myriam Tobollik & Dirk Wintermeyer, German Environment Agency, Germany
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Environmental Burden of Disease in the Netherlands
— Henk Hilderink, Dieneke Schram & Marjanne Plasmans, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Netherlands
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Burden of disease due to nitrogen dioxide exposure in Germany
— Dietrich Plass, Myriam Tobollik & Dirk Wintermeyer, German Environment Agency, Germany
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Burden of disease of heavy metals in population clusters: towards targeted public health strategies
— Sofie Theresa Thomsen, José Alejandro Herrera Romero, Lea Sletting Jakobsen, Sisse Fagt & Sara Monteiro Pires, National Food Institute, Denmark
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