The Clean Water Rule – Opportunities for Nursing Action 2

Watch this webinar to learn more about some of the most pressing threats to clean water and health including harmful algal blooms, drinking water protections, and emerging contaminants, such as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from ANHE Nurse and Policy-Advocacy Co-Chair Anne Hulick. Hear about specific opportunities for nurses to take action and preserve clean drinking water for all.

Click here or on the photo below to be taken to the recording page.













In order to receive 1 hour of nursing continuing education credit you must watch the full webinar and complete the post-test and evaluation. You must receive an 80% or above on the post-test. The post-test and evaluation can be found here

This course is approved by the California Board of Registered Nurses, Provider Number 16546.

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2 thoughts on “The Clean Water Rule – Opportunities for Nursing Action

  • Janice Miller

    I am a Lecturer at The University of Iowa College of Nursing. I teach Community/Public Health practicum seminar to senior level students prior to completing their BSN. One of the seminar topics I have is regarding Advocacy. Although I was only able to listen in with my phone to the presentation, I am wondering if it would be ok for me to have the 23 students in my class view the recording? It would be very beneficial as environmental health is mentioned only briefly in the didactic part of the course. Obviously, they do not need the CEU’s, but with your permission- I would have them individually view this and then we would discuss the application part in seminar. Please let me know your thoughts. Thank you!
    Jan Miller, MSN, RN