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EPA's IRIS handbook needs to include more on funding bias, review finds

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Paul Whaley from the University of Lancaster, UK, who was on the NASEM review committee and also co-authored recent WHO guidance to help risk assessors with systematic review, spoke highly of the programme. "The EPA has a very comprehensive approach to systematic review methods that other agencies should be paying attention to," he told Chemical Watch.

Period2/12/2021

Paul Whaley from the University of Lancaster, UK, who was on the NASEM review committee and also co-authored recent WHO guidance to help risk assessors with systematic review, spoke highly of the programme. "The EPA has a very comprehensive approach to systematic review methods that other agencies should be paying attention to," he told Chemical Watch.

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TitleEPA's IRIS handbook needs to include more on funding bias, review finds
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletChemical Watch
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date2/12/21
DescriptionPaul Whaley from the University of Lancaster, UK, who was on the NASEM review committee and also co-authored recent WHO guidance to help risk assessors with systematic review, spoke highly of the programme. "The EPA has a very comprehensive approach to systematic review methods that other agencies should be paying attention to," he told Chemical Watch.
Producer/AuthorEmma Davies
PersonsPaul Whaley