Informal meeting of the Committee for Veterinary Medicinal Products (CVMP — CMDv)
30/05/2022

Informal meeting of the Committee for Veterinary Medicinal Products (CVMP — CMDv)

Public : non
As part of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union (PFUE), the ANMV organises the biannual meeting of the two main bodies involved in the authorisation process for veterinary medicinal products in Europe from 30 May to 2 June 2022: the Coordinating Group on Mutual and Decentralised Recognition Procedures — Veterinary (CMDv) and the Committee for Medicinal Products for Veterinary Use (CVMP), Expert Group at the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
ANSES supports the Université Côte d'Azur in promoting physical activity for health – 31 August to 2 September 2022
31/08/2022

31 août au 2 septembre 2022

ANSES supports the Université Côte d'Azur in promoting physical activity for health – 31 August to 2 September 2022

Public :
Palais de la Méditerranée à Nice
In partnership with ANSES, the Université Côte d'Azur is pleased to invite you to the 17th annual meeting and 11th conference of HEPA Europe. The conference is organised jointly with WHO/Europe, in partnership with the City of Nice and the French Public Health Society (SFSP). This year's HEPA Europe conference will focus on "An ecosystem-based approach to promoting health-enhancing physical activity". The conference themes cover a wide range of issues including policy, active transportation, sport, determinants of physical activity, results for health, sedentary behaviour and many others. The aim of the conference is to engage policy makers, professionals, scientists and other stakeholders, as well as citizens, in the promotion of health-enhancing physical activity. The conference will be an opportunity to target and connect these different groups. The Nice meeting is a unique opportunity to meet with experts and influencers face-to-face; to network, mix and mingle; to learn from leaders in the field and to keep abreast of scientific, practical and policy developments in Europe and beyond. The event includes plenary conferences, concurrent discussion sessions, poster sessions and symposia. It will also include the annual meeting of HEPA Europe and concurrent sessions by most of its working groups. The conference has existed since 2005 and will be held for the first time in France, at the Palais de la Méditerranée in Nice, from 31 August to 2 September 2022.
ANSES at the 2022 Paris International Agricultural Show
26/02/2022

From 26/02/2022 to 06/03/2022

ANSES at the 2022 Paris International Agricultural Show

Tous les jours de 9h à 19h
Parc des expositions - Porte de Versailles, Paris - Hall 4, Allée B, stand n°118
Public : oui
Porte de Versailles, Paris 15e
Food is one of the pillars of our health. And yet an imbalanced diet or contaminated food can expose us to immediate risks and chronic diseases. As France's leading health agency on this topic, ANSES looks forward to seeing you at the 2022 Paris International Agricultural Show, at its stand dedicated to safe and healthy food. You will have the opportunity to discover how ANSES’s researchers and scientific experts work to protect us from risks ‘from farm to fork’, and help us adopt good daily hygiene and nutrition practices.
ANSES & Inserm scientific conference
21/10/2021

Tuesday, 30 November, 2021

ANSES & Inserm scientific conference

189 rue de Bercy - Paris 12e
Public : oui
Maison de la RATP
The exposome concept arose from the need to gain a better understanding of the health impact of the various exposures of an individual over a lifetime, taking into account environmental exposure to chemical, physical and biological agents on the one hand and socio-economic factors on the other. Today, one of the aims of research is to characterise the various facets of the exposome and its impact on the occurrence of human diseases, especially chronic diseases such as cancer, neurodegenerative diseases and endocrine disorders, and study potential interactions between the components of the exposome and between the exposome and biological parameters. The ultimate goal will be to estimate the overall health impact of the exposome and if possible, classify the roles of various risk factors. This need is currently recognised by scientists and society and is gradually being incorporated into public policies. Better understanding the exposome is one of the objectives of the fourth edition of the National Environmental Health Action Plan, and the concept has been written into the French Public Health Code. However, questions are still being raised regarding the tools to be promoted and the methodological approaches to be implemented to ensure that the exposome takes its rightful place in the various spheres of public health expertise and ultimately in the field of risk management. To review the current state of research on this topic, ANSES and Inserm are organising a scientific conference on “Exposome and public health: from research to expertise” on 30 November 2021 at Espace du Centenaire – Maison de la RATP, Paris 75012. On the programme : an overview of the exposome concept and how it is being used for purposes of research and environmental health risk assessments; a review of the research work undertaken by Inserm or financed by the National Research Programme for Environmental and Occupational Health, along with a summary of the research projects implemented by large European consortia. The four sessions will address the following topics: characterisation and description of the exposome; the social exposome; single exposure to mixtures and interactions; exposome and disease burden. The day will conclude with a summary round-table discussion. Open to all, this event is aimed more particularly at the scientific community, associations, professionals and decision-makers interested in the exposome. For people who are interested, this event will be live-streamed so it can be attended remotely. Information to this end will be sent out shortly.
ANSES Scientific Conference on Bee Health
14/12/2021

Tuesday, 14 December, 2021

ANSES Scientific Conference on Bee Health

54 Quai de la Rapée, 75012 Paris
Public : oui
Maison de la RATP
Parce que 90 % des espèces végétales à fleurs dépendent uniquement des insectes pollinisateurs pour leur reproduction, le phénomène d'affaiblissement et de mortalité des colonies d'abeilles constaté dans le monde constitue aujourd’hui une préoccupation majeure. La mortalité des abeilles a-t-elle évolué entre 2019 et 2020 ? Quels sont les impacts de la loi santé animale sur les colonies d’abeilles ? L’utilisation d’échantillonneurs d’air dans les colonies d’abeilles est-elle efficace ? Comment sont prises en compte les abeilles dans l’évaluation des produits phytopharmaceutiques ? Pour répondre à toutes ces questions, l’Anses, laboratoire de référence de l’Union européenne sur la santé des abeilles, organise la 9e édition de la journée scientifique dédiée à la santé des abeilles et des insectes pollinisateurs. Apiculteurs, chercheurs, décideurs publics, entreprises ou journalistes, venez prendre connaissance des dernières avancées scientifiques et échanger avec des intervenants reconnus qui œuvrent au quotidien à la préservation de la santé de ces pollinisateurs. Replay of the Conference
ANSES at the International Livestock Trade Fair (SPACE 2021)
14/09/2021

Tuesday, 14 September, 2021 to Thursday, 16 September, 2021

ANSES at the International Livestock Trade Fair (SPACE 2021)

La Haie Gautrais, 35172 Bruz
Public : oui
Parc des expositions de Rennes
This year, once again, we will be at the International Livestock Trade Fair (SPACE) held at Rennes on 14 to 16 September.
Scientific Encounters ANSES & ANR - Microplastics and nanomaterials: Research on environment & health
20/05/2021

Thursday, 20 May, 2021

Scientific Encounters ANSES & ANR - Microplastics and nanomaterials: Research on environment & health

Public : oui
100 % digital
The degradation of plastic materials and the numerous uses of nanomaterials in everyday products have led to the release of large quantities of micro- and nanoscale particles into the environment. While the use of plastics and manufactured nanomaterials has clear advantages, the particulate contamination that results from them can have harmful effects on health and ecosystems. On 20 May , ANSES and the French National Research Agency (ANR) are organising a Scientific Encounters session entitled "Microplastics and nanomaterials: research on environment & health". Through an overview of the research work funded by the two agencies, the sources of exposure to these particles, the monitoring of their presence in the environment and their consequences for ecosystems and human health will be discussed. The event will also be an opportunity to share the recent work of the French Parliamentary Office for the Evaluation of Scientific and Technological Choices on the topic entitled "Plastic pollution: a ticking time bomb?". One presentation will specifically focus on the development of innovative, sustainable nanomaterials that are safer for human health and the environment. At the end of the day, a panel of experts will take part in a discussion entitled "Micro/nano: from futility to utility". This Scientific Encounters event is geared to the scientific community, environmental associations, professional organisations and public decision-makers.You can register and consult the program (in french only) on the event's website. To review the plenary sessions and workshops now, click on the corresponding links in the interactive programme below: Interactive Programme (PDF) (in French)
7th Scientific Day of the Institut Santé-Travail Paris-Est (IST-PE)
18/11/2021

Thursday, 18 November, 2021

7th Scientific Day of the Institut Santé-Travail Paris-Est (IST-PE)

40 avenue de Verdun 94000 Créteil ou en distanciel
Public : oui
Auditorium du Centre Hospitalier Intercommunal de Créteil
The seventh Scientific Day of the Institut Santé-Travail Paris-Est will take place on Thursday 18 November 2021. The topic of the day will be "Health, Work & the Healthcare Environment". The day will begin with an introductory conference which will be followed by three theme-based sessions: "Quality of life at work in healthcare environments", "Occupational exposure" and "Health aspects". Work in a healthcare environment concerns a very wide range of medical and paramedical professionals, in a variety of contexts (public or private hospitals, private practice, services to individuals). In addition to biological risks, which have recently come to the fore, workers are confronted with many other occupational risks (physical, organisational, and psychosocial). The aim of this event is to address, in specific theme-based sessions, recent data on occupational exposures in this sector of activity, results concerning health data for this type of worker, and presentations relating to the quality of life at work in care-based settings. The Day is intended for the many actors concerned by occupational health, workers from the various care environments, whether they are researchers, occupational health workers, institutions, social partners, management or human resource workers. Participation in this day-long event is free of charge, but for organisational and security reasons, registration is required before 1 October by contacting Ms Julie CAPON - Julie.Capon@chicreteil.fr - 01 57 02 28 77 The Organizing Committee : Pascal ANDUJAR - Milia BELACEL - Jean-Baptiste BOUDIN-LESTIENNE - Jean-Claude PAIRON Scientific Committee : Henri BASTOS - Christos CHOUAÏD - Gérard LASFARGUES - Mélina LE BARBIER - Corinne MANDIN - Jean-Claude PAIRON
International Symposium about the credibility of scientific expertise and public decision-making
20/01/2021

Wednesday, 20 January, 2021 to Tuesday, 9 February, 2021

International Symposium about the credibility of scientific expertise and public decision-making

Public :
Webinaire
In the late 1990s, a series of crises led the European Union and some of its Member States to reform the organisation of scientific expertise contributing to the governance of health risks. Despite these reforms, the health authorities sometimes see their opinions challenged in various arenas (societal, media, scientific, political) and have to deal with the greater complexity of the issues to be addressed in a globalised world – management of the current pandemic provides new examples of this. Bringing together mainly social science researchers from Europe and North America, the international symposium on "Credibility of scientific expertise and public decision-making" seeks to consider two central questions: What determines whether or not scientific expertise is credible? What factors contribute to the credibility of the knowledge and information mobilised for public decision-making? Due to the health context, the symposium initially planned for July 2020 will now take place in early 2021 as a virtual event. Registration will open by mid-December, when the detailed programme will be available. To review the plenary sessions and workshops now, click on the corresponding links in the interactive programme below: Interactive Programme (PDF)
ANSES Scientific Conference – New Prospects for Vector Control of Pathogens
17/12/2020

Thursday, 17 December, 2020

ANSES Scientific Conference – New Prospects for Vector Control of Pathogens

From 10AM to 12AM
Public : oui
Fighting pathogen vectors, including mosquitoes and ticks, is essential to prevent and reduce at the source serious pathologies that still threaten human health on a global scale. The use of chemical mosquito insecticides, with their successes and failures, is emblematic of the challenges that research must face in preparing future vector control strategies. On the morning of Thursday December 17 2020, from 10am to 12pm, ANSES is organising a digital-format scientific conference on the topic of vector control. Its aim is to report on the results of the National Plan for Research on Environmental and Occupational Health (PNR EST) on this challenging subject. The conference will begin with an overview of recent research on new approaches to vector control, including specific insect viruses acting in synergy with insecticides, and the use of attractant substances to trap mosquitoes. Then the characterisation and dynamics of resistance to insecticides in mosquito populations will be discussed. This research, funded by the PNR EST seeks to address the multiple challenges of integrated vector management. At the end of the morning, a review of the literature on the sterile insect technique (SIT) and the incompatible insect technique (IIT) will be presented, shedding a new light on the effectiveness of these two control methods. This work is funded by ANSES under a specific research and development agreement. In organising this conference, ANSES hopes to contribute to informing and mobilising the relevant actors – whether scientists, decision makers or professionals on the ground –, with regard to this issue. The objective is to explore new avenues to address the challenges of integrated vector control, improve its effectiveness and limit its impacts, in particular through preventing insecticide resistance. Webinar - Thursday 17 December 2020 from 10am to 12pm - #AnsesRecherche Replay (in French)

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