This Competition seeks to identify innovative and inclusive approaches rural, local governments have developed for working with citizens, community groups, and other interested parties in rural communities to identify and address environmental public health concerns facing their people.
Our Center Deputy Director, Marilyn Howarth, MD, was interviewed by the Environmental Health Chat podcast on lead in Philadelphia.
The NIH Environmental Justice Working Group invites feedback on the approaches NIH Institutes, Centers, and Offices can take to support research and capacity building efforts to advance environmental justice in the U.S. and globally
Councilmember Jamie Gauthier and the City Council of Philadelphia declared October 12th as Children’s Environmental Health Day in the city.
Do you work to ensure all children have clean air and water, safer food and products, and healthier places for children to live, learn, and play? If so, we invite you to become an official CEH Day Partner!
The Community Block Party and Health Fair Collaboration is an outreach event envisioned and driven by the need to connect and aid the youth in our community before going back to school.
The National Center for Healthy Housing and the Children’s Environmental Health Network want to hear from you. Have you and your family or someone you know been affected by unhealthy housing conditions?
A future supported by the natural environment depends on our effective involvement in decisions in our homes, communities, states, and at the federal level to ensure that we are taking […]
In this webinar, we will hear about two projects that are improving environmental public health using mobile apps.
AirNow is also available as an app, allowing users to efficiently check current and future air quality information.
On Tuesday, July 18, the Philadelphia Regional Center for Children’s Environmental Health hosted its second annual Symposium. The goal of the Symposium was to bring together researchers, non-profit organizations, government agencies and the public to learn about the latest studies, experiments and programs focused on improving child health.
9th Annual Center for Community Engagement, Environmental Justice and Health Symposium on Environmental Justice and Health Disparities
Second part of the CEEJH Symposium is in person at the University of Maryland. In the last 11 years, conversations have included sustainability in the Chesapeake Bay watershed; grassroots activism; health, law, and policy tools for environmental justice communities; STEM innovations for empowering community stakeholders and more.
Our second annual Environmental Justice and Climate Protection Conference brings together community leaders, concerned citizens, elected officials, academics, and industry experts. Together we will break information silos through information sharing […]
The NEHA AEC is the event where environmental health professionals go to discover the latest solutions, best practices, innovations, and research in the industry.
Our annual symposium is set for Tuesday, July 18th with virtual and in-person attendance options.
The Oregon State University ASPIRE Center uses implementation and dissemination science methodology to increase the uptake of evidence-based children’s environmental health information.
Penn Nursing is committed to training the next generation of nurses on sustainability and the climate crisis
The Penn Nursing blog has a long feature on sustainability efforts across the school, including those of Center member Jianghong Liu, PhD, RN, FAAN.
You’re invited to the 2nd annual Philadelphia Regional Center for Children’s Environmental Health Symposium. This event brings together Center membership, emerging investigators in the field, community partners and nonprofit organizations, as well as, other leaders dedicated to improving the health of children.
This webinar will build awareness of and capacity for lead screening among pediatricians and pediatric and non‐physician clinicians, including pediatric lead exposure as a present‐day public health concern, the importance of screening and testing, and community level approaches to decreasing pediatric lead exposure.
Center member Thomas Gluodenis, PhD, and Kemberly Stephens, DM, of Lincoln University of PA were awarded $25,000 for their pilot project, Assessing Childhood Exposure to Toxic Metals During 3-D Printing. […]
Featuring Soroya Julian McFarlane, PhD, from the University of Georgia. This seminar was jointly hosted by PRCCEH and the CHARTER Center based in Atlanta. Dr. McFarlane discusses her research and […]
Dr. Sharon McGrath-Morrow of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Center Member leads a discussion on how she communicates asthma prevention to her patients.
On February 3, the co-Directors of our Center’s Translation Core, Drs. Marilyn Howarth and Tyra Bryant-Stephens attended an event with President Biden and Vice President Harris on the removal of […]
The Philadelphia Regional Center for Children’s Environmental Health had an amazing first year! After launching in December 2021, our Center dedicated itself to laying down a strong foundation for long […]