The i-HBM Working Group aims to promote the use of population-level human biomonitoring data to inform public health decision-making by developing harmonized resources to facilitate the interpretation of HBM in a health risk context.
Interpretation and communication of human biomonitoring data are universal challenges for exposure scientists around the world. A new working group under the ISES called i-HBM: International Human Biomonitoring Guidance Values, has recently been formed to provide a forum for discussion about the development, approaches, and possible harmonization of international guidance values and interpretation tools for human biomonitoring data.
i-HBM Working Group — Three Year Planning Report
Fall 2021: The members of the i-HBM Working Group have been meeting regularly since 2020. The working group consists of leaders within this field of exposure science from all over the world. The working group recently published their Three Year Planning Report with goals and strategies from 2021-2024. You can review this information here.