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Hot Topics in Health Care for Youth Webinar Series: Environmental Health Hazards for Children: What providers need to know
Central East ATTC

Event Type: Educational Event
What: Children are susceptible to many pollutants that can cause both acute disease and chronic developmental concerns. With major exposures propelling environmental pollutants into national news, such as the Flint water crisis, there is no better time to support providers who are the first line of defense children have in recognizing place-based hazards. This webinar will discuss how health and human service providers can address and be responsive to lead, building materials, asthma triggers, mold, pesticides, and neighborhood exposures. PARTICIPANTS: This webinar is designed for health care providers who work in multiple types of settings including primary care, maternal and child health care, STD/HIV & reproductive health care, mental health, health departments, hospitals, health centers, schools, and community health settings.
When: 9/26/2017;  12:30 PM To 1:30 PM
Where: This is a distance event.
For more information, contact: Ninette Powell - CEATTC
Phone: 240-645-1145
Fax:
Email: training@danyainstitute.org
Registration: Go to https://hrsacqpub1.connectsolutions.com/content/connect/c1/7/en/events/event/shared/90952711/event_landing.html?sco-id=91111216&_charset_=utf-8
Cost: Free
Collaborators:
Regional Office (Region III) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Mid-Atlantic Training Collaborative for Health and Human Services (MATCHHS)
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