UK Health Forum Air Pollution Tool

Posted on February 22nd, 2017

As part of a collaboration between The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and Public Health England (PHE), the UK Health Forum and Imperial College London are working on a research project to test the long-term epidemiological impacts of air pollution in England, at both local and national levels. This project aims to model different circumstances where air pollution levels are altered or maintained, estimating the costs on the NHS…

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Reviewing Guidance on Air Quality Monitoring in the Vicinity of Demolition and Construction Sites

Posted on January 13th, 2017

This Guidance was published by IAQM in 2012.  In keeping with general IAQM principles, it is prudent to review such guidance after a period of time to ensure that it is up to date and still represents best practice.  Accordingly, the original Working Group has been reformed, with some additional members, and we intend to prepare a revised document for consultation later this year. In undertaking this review, we wish…

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Chair’s Column, January 2017

Posted on January 3rd, 2017

The European Commission designated 2013 the ‘Year of Air’. They chose the wrong year in my opinion. It should have been last year. Not because concentrations were particularly high or the problems have been solved, but because of the degree of interest in air pollution shown by policy makers, the media, and of particular importance, the medical profession. It almost seemed like everyone (with some notable exceptions) wanted to get…

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IAQM announces launch of Early Careers Interest Group

Posted on November 4th, 2016

The Early Career Interest Group is aimed at IAQM Associate Members and Members in the early stages of their careers. The Group will provide a forum for these members to learn, present and network to form professional connections, in a friendly, supportive and accessible environment. We will be holding our launch event in spring 2017. This will be the first of regular mid-afternoon to evening events, where early-career professionals gain…

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IAQM Letter to London Mayor

Posted on August 18th, 2016

The IAQM has written to London Mayor, Sadiq Khan, broadly welcoming his new proposals to improve air quality in London. Read the full letter

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