Wong I, Demers PA, McLeod C. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health 2011;37(1):54-61.
Boffetta P, et al. Cancer Causes and Control 2011;22(3):463-468.
An Ontario Cancer Fact that describes how the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classifies carcinogens.
In February 2012 the Occupational Cancer Research Centre hosted a workshop on the classification of carcinogens. The workshop described how the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) evaluates an agent’s carcinogenicity to humans, using shiftwork as an example. Below is a seven part video module based on the information discussed in the workshop. The …
From the OCRC and the Institute for Work & Health’s shiftwork interventions symposium, 2012.
Cancer Risk Factors in Ontario: Evidence Summary is a report that reviews the epidemiologic evidence linking a broad range of risk factors to various types of cancer in Ontario.
Dr. Paul Demers was interviewed by Canadian HR Reporter TV on the link between shiftwork and cancer. To read more about shiftwork, health effects, and interventions, view our shiftwork project page.
Dr. Paul Demers was interviewed by Canadian HR Reporter TV about current research in the field of occupational cancer. He discusses agents in the workplace that are known to cause cancer, and where the gaps in our knowledge currently lie.
The OCRC has produced a report on the centre and its research over the first few years.
Poster presented at the Partners in Prevention 2012 Health & Safety Conference and Trade Show on May 1-2, 2012.