North-West Public Health Research Center was founded in 1924 as Leningrad Institute of Occupational Disease Studies, being among the first occupational health institutions in Europe.
Over 90 years the staff established an authoritative domestic school of workplace and ecological harmful agents health regulation, of diagnostic techniques, prevention and treatment of most prevalent occupational diseases.
Basic works of distinguished scholars working at the institute are widely known and applied in the development of theoretical and procedural issues, in grounding of occupational pathology aid organization and provision of sanitary-and-epidemiologic well-being of population.
The North-West Public Health Center is planning to organize and hold the
IV International Scientific and Practical Conference “Problems of Health Maintenance and Sanitary-Epidemiological Well-being Provision of Arctic Population”