• Azərbaycanda XIX Beynəlxalq Gənclər Forumu keçirilir
  • Roundtable on "Make every day No-Tobacco Day" held with participation of art figures and mass media representatives
  • PHRC representatives take part at WHO European High-level Conference in Turkmenistan
  • Azerbaijan hosts round table devoted to the importance of public-private partnership within the frame of tobacco control
  • PHRC hosts roundtable devoted to the presentation of mobile app “Tütündən imtina et” (Give up smoking) and improvement tobacco control legislation in Azerbaijan
  • PHRC hosts training on “Management of health-care system reforms. Health Economics”
  • New website - www.ebmg.az (Evidence-Based Medicine Guidelines) launched
  • Scientific-practical seminar on “Multidisciplinary approaches to managing hemophilia” held at PHRC
  • PHRC, REC and Italian Barometer Diabetes Observatory Foundation sign tripartite cooperation agreement
  • Evidence-based medicine guidelines to be translated into Azerbaijani

EUPHA

EUPHA survey on Public Health Genomics

Dear colleague,

Thank you for accepting to take part in the pilot phase of this EUPHA survey aimed at assessing European public health professionals’ knowledge and attitudes regarding the practical application of Public Health Genomics (PHG).

The survey is completely anonymous and it should not take more than 15 minutes to complete it. t is composed of 5 sections:

A. Personal details
B. Professional activity
C. Knowledge on genetic testing and the delivery of genetic services
D. Attitudes on genetic testing and the delivery of genetic services
E. Attitudes regarding the roles of public health professionals in PHG

Should you have any questions regarding the survey, please contact Dr. Annalisa Rosso at [email protected].

We thank you for your collaboration,

Prof. Róza Ádány (University of Debrecen, Hungary)
President, EUPHA Section on Public Health Genomics

Prof. Stefania Boccia (University of Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy)
PRECeDi Project Coordinator
Vice-President, EUPHA Section on Public Health Genomics

Prof. Paolo Villari (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy)
Survey coordinator 

Please click the link below to access the survey: http://www.ifsurvey.it/dmssun/index.php/726433?lang=en