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Maternal Child Environmental Health Webinar Series: Part 2

October 21, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Don’t miss part 2 of our webinar series on Maternal Child Environmental Health!

Please join us on Wednesday, October 21st at 12pm PDT/3pm EDT to discuss

Environmental Impacts on Children’s Growth and Development

and Environmental Health Assessments in Children

Register here.

Attendees of this presentation will be able to:

  1. Identify the risks of exposures to chemical hazards during childhood.
  2. Evaluate the vulnerability of chemical exposures during key periods of child growth and development.
  3. Demonstrate integration of environmental screening tools into pediatric assessments in the clinical setting.

Moderator:  Barbara Sattler, RN, DrPH, ANHE BOD Member, Professor, University of San Francisco

Environmental Toxins and Impacts on Children’s Growth and Development

Dr. Laura Anderko PhD RN

Robert and Kathleen Scanlon Endowed Chair in Values Based Health Care & Professor

Co-Director, Mid-Atlantic Center for Children’s Health and the Environment (Region 3 PEHSU) at M. Fitzpatrick College of Nursing, Villanova University

Putting it into Practice: Clinical Assessment Tools

Karen Duderstadt PhD, RN, CPNP, ANHE Board Member, Clinical Professor, University of San Francisco

Participants will have the opportunity to earn 1 CE for attending and completing evaluation and post-test

Register here.

Upcoming Webinars in the Series

November 18, 2020 – Pesticide Exposure in Children and Fluoride Exposure Risks – Register here.

December 2, 2020 – Overview of Environmental Exposures: Climate Change Health Effects,Technology and Radiation, Oil and Gas Exposures – Register here.

Past Webinars in the Series

October 8, 2020 – Environmental Toxins and Impact on Maternal and Fetal Growth and Development – Watch Recording here. – Complete Evaluation and Post-Test for CEU credit here.

To see official event flyer, click here.


Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments