PEHSU Journal Club Webinar
This in-depth and interactive series provides a platform for learning and discussion about issues that focus on current and emerging aspects of pediatric and reproductive environmental health.
The Public Health Response to Large Scale Water Contamination-February 24, 2016 - 1PM EST
1. Intentional and Inadvertent Chemical Contamination of Food, Water, and Medication
MCKay C and Scharman EJ
Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America 2015; 33(1): 153-177
2. Incidence of waterborne lead in private drinking water systems in Virginia
Pieper KJ, Krometis LH, Gallagher DL, Banham BL, and Edwards M
Journal of Water and Health 2015; 13(3): 897-908
3. Elevated Blood Lead Levels in Children Associated with the Flint Drinking Water Crisis: A Spatial Analysis of Risk and Public Health Response
Hanna-Attisha M, LaChance J, Sadler RCS, and Schnepp AC
American Journal of Public Health 2016; 106(2): 283-290
- Identify major water contamination incidents in the US
- Describe potential water contamination related risks
- Evaluate the public health response to large scale water contamination
Presenter: Stormy Monks, PhD, MPH, CHES
Dr. Monks has presented her research at various local, regional, and national conferences. She has also authored several publications focusing on alcohol and drug research, sexual victimization, self-esteem, and risky lifestyle behaviors. Moreover, she has been engaged in mentoring master level and medical students in research activities and is an active participant in collaborative research groups both locally and nationally.
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CDC, our planners, presenters, and their spouses/partners wish to disclose they have no financial interests or other relationships with the manufacturers of commercial products, suppliers of commercial services, or commercial supporters with the exception of Charles A. McKay and he wishes to disclose that he is a member of the Scientific Advisory Council, Environmental Health Research Foundation (EHRF). EHRF addresses issues related to biomonitoring, a topic that is also relevant to some of the activities in the Grand Round Series that might be discussed in future sessions. EHRF receives funding from sources that includes industry. Dr. McKay has reviewed and written material for EHRF, that could create a perceived conflict of interest regarding environmental chemical exposure assessment/measurement.
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