Environnement et santé

Ce département regroupe des chercheurs dont les travaux portent, tout ou en partie, sur l’économie de l’environnement, des ressources naturelles ou de la santé voire leurs combinaisons comme la relation environnement-santé. Comme domaine d’application, les méthodes utilisées sont celles de la macroéconomie, de la microéconomie et de l’économétrie.

Directeur :
Hubert Stahn
Membres :

Mohammad Abu-Zaineh
Dominique Ami
Frédéric Aprahamian
Raouf Boucekkine
Olivier Chanel
Timothée Demont
Charles Figuières
Sarah Flèche
Julien Hanoteau
Stéphane Luchini
Alain Paraponaris
Costin Protopopescu
Frédéric Rychen
Thomas Seegmuller
Antoine Soubeyran
Hubert Stahn
Agnes Tomini
Bruno Ventelou

Réseau de Recherche en Santé, Environnement et Développement (AHEAD)

Site web : www.ahead-network.org

Dernière Newsletter : octobre 2019

Contact : Mohammad Abu-Zaineh 

Allied Health, Environment and Development Research Network (AHEAD)

Website : www.ahead-network.org

Last Newsletter : october, 2019

The Allied Health, Environment and Development Research Network (AHEAD) unites researchers in various research disciplines (economics, epidemiology, public health, sociology of health, ecology and environment) from both developed and developing countries on current topics relating to health,  environment and development. 

The network seeks to identify, in a multidisciplinary manner, the interactions between health and environmental issues and to integrate sustainable development goals into public policies in developing countries with a particular focus on the Middle East and North African Region (MENA) and Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).

The AHEAD Network aims to facilitate scientific exchange between researchers and to help pool together existing knowledge on questions relating to health, environment and development. 

It aims to specifically extend the analysis of different aspects of wellbeing with a particular focus on health and environmental issues in the MENA and the SSA countries. The three themes, health, environment and development, are explored through several transversal research directions that include, but are not limited to :

•The study of the interactions between health and environmental issues within the broader context of wellbeing and sustainable development
•The measurement of health inequalities and wellbeing
• The impact of inequalities in wellbeing on human development
• The evaluation of health outcomes related to environmental factors
• The evaluation of the feasibility and impact of health-environment public policies
• The evaluation of external effects of public goods in relation to fairness. 

 The Brochure of the AHEAD Network

* AHEAD acknowledges the funding and support from the following organisations for the SANTEMED Project and the AHEAD Website development:
A*MIDEX (University Foundation Aix-Marseille Initiative of Excellence).

The AHEAD Network is a registered association under the “French Law of 1901”. It was created at the beginning of 2015 as part of the SANTEMED project (grant n° ANR-11-IDEX-0001-02) financed by the University Foundation Aix-Marseille Initiative of Excellence (A*MIDEX ).

Contact : Mohammad Abu-Zaineh 


Réseau FRESHER

Site web : www.foresight-fresher.eu

 

Le consortium interdisciplinaire FRESHER (pour FoRESight and Modelling for European HEalth Policy and Regulation) est un projet coordonné par Aix Marseille Université dans le cadre du défi Santé du programme H2020.

Ce défi portait sur la « prospective des besoins, de la politique de santé et de la règlementation sanitaire en Europe ». Il s’agit d’un projet associant un modèle de microsimulation et des techniques de prospective à long terme.

FRESHER associe dix partenaires représentant des institutions académiques de sept pays de l’Union (Autriche, Espagne, Estonie, Finlande, France – AMU et le Centre d’Epidémiologie et Santé Publique INSERM de Villejuif-, Italie, Pologne) ainsi que l’European Public Health Alliance basée à Bruxelles.
Le Département Santé et Prévention de l’OCDE et Imperial College (London) sont également partenaires associés.

Télécharger :
Technical report
Cost calculations France
Cost calculations Estonia  
Cost calculations Netherlands

Contact : bruno.ventelou@univ-amu.fr


Réseau FRESHER

Website: www.foresight-fresher.eu

 

FRESHER (“FoResight and Modelling for European Health policy and Regulation”) is an interdisciplinary research project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 643576 for a duration of 36 months.

The overall project objective of the FRESHER project is the representation of alternative futures, where the detection of emerging health scenarios is used to test future health-environmental policies to effectively tackle the burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). 5 risk factors are considered: obesity, salt/sugar, inactivity, alcohol, tobacco.

The FRESHER consortium has brought together the following research groups, including leaders in the management of large European Foresight projects and highly experienced health policy modellers, in an interdisciplinary team: Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) – Austria; Aix Marseille University (AMU) – France; Institut National de la Santé de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM) – France; National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) – Finland; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD); European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) – Belgium; Fourth View Consulting (FVC) – Estonia; Imperial College London (ICL) – United Kingdom; Institute for Studies for the Integration of Systems (ISINNOVA) – Italy: Istituto Superiore di Sanità (ISS) – Italy; Silesian Center for Heart Diseases (SCCS) – Poland.

Download:
Technical report
Cost calculations France
Cost calculations Estonia  
Cost calculations Netherlands

Contact: bruno.ventelou@univ-amu.fr