Publications

Articles évalués par les pairs

2019

Pahwa M, Labreche F, Kim J, Harris MA, Song C, Peters CE, Arrandale VH, Davies HW, McLeod CB, Demers PA. “The impact of shift work on breast cancer: results from the burden of occupational cancer in Canada study.” Am J Ind Med 2019.

Peters CE, Pasko E, Strahlendorf P, Holness DL, Tenkate T. “Solar ultraviolet radiation exposure among outdoor workers in three Canadian provinces.” Ann Work Expo Health 2019.

Labrèche F, Kim J, Song C, Pahwa M, Ge CB, Arrandale VH, McLeod CB, Peters CE, Lavoué J, Davies HW, Nicol AM, Demers PA. 2019. “The current burden of cancer attributable to occupational exposures in Canada.” Prev Med 2019;122:128-139.

Silva Paulo M, Adam B, Akagwu C, Akparibo I, Al-Rifai RH, Bazrafshan S, Gobba F, Green AC, Ivanov I, Kezic S, Leppink N, Loney T, Modenese A, Pega F, Peters CE, Prüss-Üstün A, Tenkate T, Ujita Y, Wittlich M, John SM. “WHO/ILO work-related burden of disease and injury: Protocol for systematic reviews of occupational exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation and of the effect of occupational exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation on melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer.” Environ Int 2019;126:804-815.

Tenkate T, Adam B, Al-Rifai R. Chou BR, Gobba F, Ivanov I, Leppink N, Loney T, Pega F, Peters CE, Prüss-Üstün A, Silva Paulo M, Ujita Y, Wittlich M, Modenese A. “WHO/ILO work-related burden of disease and injury: Protocol for systematic reviews of occupational exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation and of the effect of occupational exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation on cataract.” Environ Int 2019;125:542-553.

Sauvé JF, Davies HW, Parent MÉ, Peters CE, Sylvestre MP, Lavoué J. “Development of Quantitative Estimates of Wood Dust Exposure in a Canadian General Population Job-Exposure Matrix Based on Past Expert Assessments.” Ann Work Expo Health 2019;63(1):22-33.

2018

Peters CE, Palmer AL, Telfer J, Ge CB, Hall AL, Davies HW, Pahwa M, Demers PA. “Priority setting for occupational cancer prevention.” Saf Health Work 2018;9(2):133-139.

Neathway C, Nicol AM, Ma L. “Experiences with BC First Nations community-based radon testing: Successes and lessons learned”Environ Health Rev 2018; 61(2):28-34.

Kim J, Peters CE, Arrandale VH, Labrèche F, Ge CB, McLeod CB, Song C, Lavoué J, Davies HW, Nicol AM, Pahwa M, Demers PA. “Burden of lung cancer attributable to occupational diesel engine exhaust exposure in Canada.” Occup Environ Med 2018.

Mofidi A, Tompa E, Spencer J, Kalcevich C, Peters CE, Kim J, Song C, Mortazavi SB, Demers PA. “The economic burden of occupational non-melanoma skin cancer due to solar radiation.” J Occup Environ Hyg 2018.

2017

Phipps E, Nicol AM, Giesbrecht D, Cooper K, Baytalan G, Bush K. “Call for action on radon in child care settings.” Environ Health Rev 2017;60(3):77-81.

Hall AL, Demers PA, Astrakianakis G, Ge C, Peters CE. “Estimating national-level exposure to antineoplastic agents in the workplace: CAREX Canada findings and future research needs.” Ann Work Expo Heal 2017;61(6):656-658.

Hon CY, Peters CE, Jardine KJ, Arrandale VA. “Historical occupational isocyanate exposure levels in two Canadian provinces.” J Occup Environ Hyg 2017;14(1):1-8.

2015

Setton E, Veerman B, Erickson A, Deschenes S, Cheasley R, Poplawski P, Demers PA, Keller CP. “Identifying potential exposure reduction priorities using regional rankings based on emissions of known and suspected carcinogens to outdoor air in Canada.”Environ Health 2015;14:69.

Nicol AM, Rideout K, Barn P, Ma L, Kosatsky, T. “Radon: public health professionals can make a difference.” Environ Health Rev 2015;58(1):7-8.

Peters CE, Ge CB, Hall AL, Davies HW, Demers PA. “CAREX Canada: an enhanced model for assessing occupational carcinogen exposure.” Occup Environ Med 2015;72(1):64-71.

2014

Hall AL, Peters CE, Demers PA, Davies HW. “Exposed! Or not? The diminishing record of workplace exposure in Canada.” Can J Public Health 2014;105(3):214-217.

Hystad P, Brauer M, Demers PA, Johnson KC, Setton E, Cervantes-Larios A, Poplawski K, McFarlane A, Whitehead A, Nicol AM. “Geographic variation in radon and associated lung cancer risk in Canada.” Can J Public Health 2014;105(1):4-10.

2013

Hall AL, Davies HW, Demers PA, Nicol AM, Peters CE. « Occupational Exposures to Antineoplastic Drugs and Ionizing Radiation in Canadian Veterinary Settings: Findings From a National Surveillance Project. » Can J Public Health 2013;104(7):460-465.

Labrèche F, Duguay P, Ostiguy C, Boucher A, Roberge B, Peters CE, Demers PA. “Estimating occupational exposure to carcinogens in Quebec.” Am J Ind Med 2013;10:1002.

Setton E, Hystad P, Poplawski K, Cheasley R, Cervantes-Larios A, Keller CP, Demers PA. “Risk-based indicators of Canadians’ exposures to environmental carcinogens.” Environ Health 2013;12(1):15.

2012

Peters CE, Nicol AM, Demers PA. “Prevalence of exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation (UVR) on the job in Canada.” Can J Public Health 2012;103(3):223-226.

Hystad P, Demers PA, Johnson KC, Brook J, van Donkelaar A, Lamsal L, Martin M, Brauer M. “Spatiotemporal air pollution exposure assessment for a Canadian population-based lung cancer case-control study.” Environ Health 2012;11:22.

2011

Hystad P, Setton E, Cervantes A, Poplawski K, Deschenes S, Brauer M, Martin R, van Donkelarr A, Lamsal, L, Jerrett, M, Demers, P. “Creating National Air Pollution Models for Population Exposure Surveillance in Canada.” Environ Health Perspect 2011;119(8):1123-1129.

Rapports

2013

CAREX Canada. Expositions environnementales – Prioritisation des données et récommandations (2013) [PDF]

  • Souligne les lacunes importantes en matière de données dans l’estimation du nombre de Canadiens exposés à des substances associées au cancer dans des environnements communautaires

 

2008

CAREX Canada. Classement prioritaire des cancérogènes dans l’environnement (2008) [PDF]

  • Résume les méthodes et les résultats de notre processus de priorisation des cancérogènes environnementaux suspectés et présumés

CAREX Canada. Classement prioritaire des cancérogènes en milieu de travail (2008) [PDF]

  • Résume les méthodes et les résultats de notre processus de définition des priorités pour les cancérogènes d’origine professionnelle connus ou suspectés

 

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