Climate Change, Planetary Health, and Medicine


Hosted by Harvard Medical School, this course will be an opportunity for practicing health professionals to learn about the mechanisms by which climate change impacts human health and how it influences diagnosis, counseling, and treatment plans.

Climate Action Resources for Nurses


Join Climate for Health, the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, the National Student Nurses' Association, the National League for Nursing, and other national associations of nursing groups to connect with Climate for Health Ambassadors, meet more peers from across the country, and discuss resources for climate action.

U.S. EPA Children’s Health Protection Advisory Committee (CHPAC) Meeting


The Children's Health Protection Advisory Committee is a body of external researchers, academicians, health care providers, environmentalists, state and tribal government employees, and members of the public who advise the EPA on regulations, research, and communications related to children's health.

EPA Mid-Atlantic Virtual Summit: Empowering Communities for Environmental Equity


The EPA Mid-Atlantic Summit is a one-day virtual event that is geared towards addressing environmental health topics relevant to the Mid-Atlantic Region. The summit is held annually and features an opening plenary with state environmental secretaries and concurrent sessions focused on various topics, including equity, environmental justice, sustainability, grant opportunities, and more.

Wildfire Smoke Exposure in Kids: How to Mitigate Health Effects


Children are particularly vulnerable to wildfire smoke, and we will review the increasing literature on wildfire smoke health effects in children. Health providers should understand how to access reliable air quality information, the limitations of low-cost sensors, and how to improve indoor air quality.

Impacts of Extreme Heat on Maternal and Child Health: From Awareness to Action

Drexel University Dornsife School of Public Health Nesbitt Hall 3215 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA

The 9th Annual Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Symposium will explore the research and evidence on the impacts of extreme heat on maternal and child health and discuss ways families, communities, and governments can take action.

Fish Consumption during Pregnancy and Impacts on Child Health


Join the ECHO Program for a series of three flash talks centered around fish consumption during pregnancy and impacts on child health. Kristen Lyall, Emily Oken, and Margaret Karagas will speak on EC0468 “Associations of maternal fish consumption and omega-3 supplement use during pregnancy with child autism-related outcomes: Results from the ECHO Program,” new guidance […]

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