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WHO Call for Expressions of Interest for systematic reviews (2019)
The World Health Organization’s (WHO) Radiation Programme has an ongoing project to assess potential health effects of exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields in the general and working population. To prioritize potential adverse health outcomes, WHO conducted a broad international survey in 2018. Ten major topics were identified for which WHO will now commission systematic reviews to analyze and synthesize the available evidence.
Through this Call, WHO invites eligible teams to indicate their interest in undertaking a systematic review on one (or more) of the following topics:
- SR1 – Cancer (human observational studies)
- SR2 – Cancer (animal studies)
- SR3 – Adverse reproductive outcomes (human observational studies)
- SR4 – Adverse reproductive outcomes (animal and in vitro studies)
- SR5 – Cognitive impairment (human observational studies)
- SR6 – Cognitive impairment (human experimental studies)
- SR7 – Symptoms (human observational studies)
- SR8 – Symptoms (human experimental studies)
Teams intending to respond to this Call for Expression of Interest (CEOI) are kindly requested to download, fill and return the following documents for each team member:
All supporting documents are required to be submitted by e-mail to the following e-mail address: email@example.com
The closing date for this Call of Expression of Interest is 4 November 2019
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Should we hold our breath this time or relax with fatalism?
The WHO EMF Project will be the last to admit there is a problem and that there are health effects to RF.
Yes, I think that the 2011 IARC evaluation will be “invalidated” by this new systematic reviews evaluation by WHO EMF Project.
Thank you. Do you think the WHO EMF conclusion (once reached) could seriously impact the validity of the IARC conclusion after they finish their own radio frequency review, as recently announced?
Never. This will be the first time when WHO EMF Project will perform systematic reviews (this is not the same as simple review).
Dariusz, do you recall when the last review of this type or magnitude was done by WHO?