Thank you for your interest in CEHN's Pediatric Environmental Health Training Resource. It consists of 12 PowerPoint modules, and each of them has an supplementary User Guide. They have been designed to assist you in incorporating pediatric environmental health into your teaching program. The user guides provide guidance on specific slides in the modules that may not be self explanatory, as well as information on additional resources, possible discussion questions, suggested assignments, and other tips you can use to teach pediatric environmental health to your students, residents, or colleagues.
Feedback: We'd like to hear from you. Send us your comments on the training resource, updates, and new resources for teaching environmental health.
The following modules are free to download:
- A Developmental Approach to Pediatric Environmental Health
- Advocacy for Pediatric Environmental Health
- Air Pollution: Effects on Children
- Childhood Lead Poisoning
- Children and Nature (via the National Environmental Education Foundation)
- Children and Solvents
- Endocrine Disruptors and Children's Health
- Environmental History Taking
- Environmental Management of Pediatric Asthma: Guidelines for Health Care Providers (via the National Environmental Education Foundation)
- Mercury, Arsenic, and Cadmium Toxicity in Children
- Persistent Organic Pollutants
- Pesticides and Children's Health
Editor in Chief: James R. Roberts
Co-Editor: Kristie Trousdale
Contributing authors: Alison J. Falck, Cynthia F. Bearer, Carol Stroebel, Jennifer A. Lowry, David C. Bellinger, James R. Roberts, Joel Forman, Leyla Erk McCurdy, Kimberly M. R. White, Maida P. Galvez, Sophie J. Balk, Lisa de Ybarrondo, Lynette J. Mazur, Shahram Yazdani, Dina El Metwally, J. Routt Reigart
Reviewers: Luz Claudio, Laura Anderko, Ruth Etzel, Helen J. Binns, Leyla Erk McCurdy, Leonardo Trasande, Kathleen A. Curtis, Sheela Sathyanarayana, Christine L. Johnson, Perry E. Sheffield, Catherine Karr, Nsedu Obot Witherspoon
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