Useful guidance for future public health and environmental policies at European level
Developing a Human Exposome Project would present a fundamental shift in looking at health, by moving research away from ‘one exposure, one disease’ understanding to a more complex picture upon which to build solid, cost-effective preventive actions and policies in the future.
New guidelines, recommendations and cost-effective prevention strategies will be produced in the context of the REMEDIA Project. Thanks to the toolbox developed at the project completion, including new effective risk assessment models based on machine learning and an innovative sensor device, an expected perspective of the project will be to implement these instruments within an evidence-based information system to allow continuous data collection. Information thus gathered would provide useful guidance for future public health and environmental policies at the European level.