Development of a Manitoba Occupational Disease Surveillance System

Dr. Peters

Occupational disease surveillance can help to identify and monitor trends in work-related diseases and risk factors, and consequently, to identify priority populations for primary prevention…

Cancer incidence: Outdoor air pollution and proximity to nuclear power plants

Dr. Peters and Dr. Yang

Dr. Peters is involved in two projects that draw from the Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohorts (CanCHEC). CanCHEC comprises population-based, linked datasets that combine long-form census respondents with administrative health data and postal codes…

Antineoplastic drugs: policy levers and opportunities for occupational exposure reduction

Dr. Peters and Dr. Brenner

Antineoplastic drugs, also known as cytotoxic or hazardous drugs, are necessary tools in cancer treatment. However, many antineoplastic drugs can also cause cancer later in life…

COVID-19: Misinformation and outbreak investigation

Dr. Peters

Health misinformation may deter members of the public from taking appropriate health and safety measures and is thus a serious public health threat…

Solar ultraviolet radiation (UVR) exposure in outdoor workers

Dr. Peters

Solar ultraviolet radiation (UVR) exposure is a workplace hazard that can cause skin cancer, heat stress, and other serious health effects, all of which are preventable…

Exposure data enhancements

Dr. Peters

The Canadian Workplace Exposure Database (CWED) is a national exposure database, created as a part of CAREX Canada, that compiles and manages measurement data on exposure to known, probable and possible carcinogens, as well as non-carcinogens, in Canada…

CAREX Canada

Dr. Peters

Dr. Peters is the co-principal investigator and occupational exposure lead of CAREX (CARcinogen EXposure) Canada, a multi-institution team of researchers and specialists with expertise in epidemiology, risk assessment, toxicology, geographic information systems, and knowledge mobilization…