Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a growing problem throughout the world. Insight into current national AMR problems is a prerequisite for an effective and targeted approach to AMR. However, not all European countries have a national surveillance network for AMR as yet. This was the reason for setting up the CAESAR project. CAESAR stands for Central Asian and Eastern European Surveillance of Antimicrobial Resistance.
Screening for cervical cancer focuses on women between thirty and sixty years old. Once every five years, women in this age group are invited for a 'smear test'. The aim of the screening is the early detection of cervical cancer and the conditions that lead to cervical cancer.
The Quality Programme for Agricultural Products (KAP). This site presents the latest KAP-report about residue monitoring in the Netherlands. It also contains useful information regarding residue policy, residue regulations and quality management in the Dutch agribusiness.
ConsExpo is a computer program that enables the estimation and assessment of exposure to substances from consumer products such as paint, cleaning agents and personal care products. The model is developed by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment. In October 2016, an improved web-based version, ConsExpo Web, is launched.
Consumers are frequently exposed to chemical substances in or released from everyday consumer products like paint, cosmetics, deodorant and-, cleaning products. Chemical substances in these products are not allowed to be a concern for human health.