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Title: The APHEKOM Project: A literature review of air pollution interventions and their impact of public health
Authors: Henschel, S
Goodman, P
Atkinson, RW
Zeka, A
Analitis, A
Katsouyanni, K
Pascal, M
Chanel, O
Medina, S
Forsberg, B
Keywords: APHEKOM Project;Air pollution
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: 2011 Conference of the International Society of Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Barcelona, Spain.
Abstract: Intervention studies play an important role in supporting and complementing scientific validation of results of epidemiological non-intervention studies linking air pollution and health. In this paper a collection of existing published intervention studies is reviewed with the aim to give a summarized overview spanning a variety of approaches regarding the type of the intervention and findings with the main focus on studies that assessed interventions that improved air quality and the associated positive impact on public health. Air pollution interventions were defined as events aimed at reducing air pollution and also events where air pollution reductions occurred as a side effect.
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