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Workshop on harmonization of serving future needs with occupational exposure databases inhalation modeling, session IIIA.
Tickner J; Armstrong TW; Bloom TF
Appl Occup Environ Hyg 2001 Feb; 16(2):309-314
This workshop was one of several that took place at the International Symposium on Occupational Exposure Databases and Their Application for the Next Millennium held in London from November 1-3, 1999. About 30 delegates participated in the workshop. The agenda for the discussions was provided by a white paper prepared by the organizers. The workshop produced a conceptual outline for a general-purpose prediction model for inhalation exposure, and constructed a list of important input variables for successful model development. Evaluation of prototype models was discussed in some detail, and the workshop concluded with suggestions for taking forward the ideas discussed and maintaining the momentum and interest generated during the symposium.
Inhalation-studies; Models; Computer-models; Mathematical-models
Issue of Publication
Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene
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