SLC Webinar Series on Systematic Review: Second Webinar November 27

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The next Scientific Liaison Coalition (SLC) webinar series on Systematic Review was developed by the Evidence-Based Toxicology Collaboration (EBTC) at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health on the initiative of the Society for Risk Analysis and with the support of the Society of Toxicology (SOT) and other members of the SLC. The series, Theory and Practical Applications of Systematic Review to Support Regulatory Decision-making for Evidence-based Risk Assessment, includes two webinars. The first was held on September 11 (Introduction to SR and Their Application in Chemical Risk Assessment across the Atlantic: US EPA & EU Food Safety Authority), and the next will be on Tuesday, November 27 (Practical Application of SR in Preclinical Research & Risk-based Assessments), 11:00 am–12:30 pm ET USA. SOT is among the founding members of this coalition. This webinar series is open only to members of the partnering societies of the SLC listed on the SLC website, and you must register on the SLC website in advance to attend. For additional information, please read the overview blog on this series, and visit the SLC website to register for this upcoming webinar.

The mission of the SLC is “improving the ability of societies to partner with other domestic and international organizations with the goal of advancing science to improve human and environmental health” by efforts to:

  • Strengthen partnerships among health science organizations to increase awareness of toxicology and related sciences on human health.
  • Enhance cooperation among societies with the goal of accomplishing tasks benefitting human health and disease prevention through joint and shared activities.

For more information about the SLC, please contact Marcia Lawson.

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